Producer: Pillar, Travis Wyrick
Distributor: EMI Music Distribution
Recording type: Studio
Recording mode: Stereo
SPAR Code: n/a
Pillar: Rob Beckley (vocals); Noah Henson (guitar); Kalel (bass guitar); Lester Estelle (drums).
Additional personnel: Mike Dearing (percussion); Keith Wallen (background vocals).
Recording information: Lakeside, Knoxville, Tennessee (2004); The Hideaway, Tulsa, Oklahoma (2004).
In the circa 2003-'04 dusk of the rap-rock movement, for such bands to remain contemporary they had to take the leap to melodic vocals. For some, this change still meant waning popularity; for others, it provided a new level of success. In the case of Christian hard-rockers Pillar, the latter proved true, and further developed the group's musical palette. The Kansas quartet's third full-length release, WHERE DO WE GO FROM HERE, is its crossover album. From the bitter regret of "Rewind" to the anthemic "Frontline," Pillar's songwriting is straightforward in both execution and intent. "Dirty Little Secret" reveals the shame of addiction, while boasting irresistible riffing courtesy of guitarist Noah Henson. "One Thing" captures the commonality of the human experience, a spiritual touchstone for a band that rests its foundation on meaningful, positive expression.
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Great!| Posted September 18, 2007
This is a great special edition. Pillar did a cover of U2's song "Sunday Bloody Sunday". and the DVD has the Bring Me Down music video, behind the scenes footage, making of the video, and making of the record. it's a great thing to watch, and listen to.