Speaking to a generation in a way that few artists can, Disciple continues their mission of reaching a lost world with intense, driving, ferocious rock, leading the body of Christ into an explosive battle cry for The Cross. From the declarative anthem "Regime Change," to the raging charge "Game On," Disciple brings their hard-hitting message to the masses with Scars Remain.
Life brings us trials, tribulation, and ultimately scars. But Christ has scars that match everything we have experienced. The scars that remain on us are a reminder of all that Christ has done for us.
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WOO YEAH!!!!!| Posted January 27, 2008
This is how Disciple tries to woo more fans in. And it works. This album is a little more heavier than their last album. All of the songs on this album are awesome. Go immerse yourself with Disciple.
Love it !!!!!!!!| Posted January 03, 2008
This is a good CD no matter what tweaks your speakers. BUT.....several songs jump to life on there. "Things Left Unsaid",...this should be a rock classic,...Christian or not. This should be a Grey's Anatomy "Theme" song, front to back.
And the unplugged acoustic versions are straight-up cool. You guys did very well on this production.
Scars Remain| Posted December 25, 2007
Great cd, I'm not sure I'd say it's their best cd,I'm a huge Disciple fan, and have really liked a couple of their earlier cd's, but it ranks right up there with them. It's definitely got a couple of their greatest songs on it. I also love the way they go from a couple of real rockn' songs like Game On & Someone straight into one of their best more mellow songs like After the World.
I guess I will disagree| Posted October 26, 2007
Well, after reading the top review, I have to say I disagree. I thought this was a fantastic CD, full of powerful songs. And one of the all-time greatest Christian songs: After the World. Definately one of the best albums of the year.
disciple| Posted September 06, 2007
this album was one great dissappointment. Its not catchyt enough. and their sound is worsening. Does this mean I think I'ts a bad album. I think not Its just they moved their style In a direction I dont like
real cool| Posted August 25, 2007
I am a huge fan of Disciple, so of course I\\\'m goinig to like the new album, but I liked Scars remain a whole lot more then I liked Rise Up before it.
In Scars Remain they really spend more time in prayer, asking God to help them to write the songs that GOD wanted them to write, not what they wanted to sing about. They surrendered the CD and God in return gave them simply amazing lyrics.
I for one hate an empty CD. If a band is going to call themselves a Christian Band they need to walk their talk and sing Christ centered songs. A few songs that might focus on girls or life is OK but for them ALL to be about that is a bruise to the Christian name, I think anyway. Disciple remains true to their Christian name and continue to produce Christ-centered CD\\\'s. They offer worship songs, with that heavy metal sound that we all LOVE!!! I love worship but I also love heavy metal so it\\\'s great when I can get two in one.
Kevin Young seems intent on proving that he has the pipes to do just about anything. From beautiful soft vocals (that reminded me of Nickleback at times) to that blood curling scream that seems to be their signiture sound! It is full of varity, not just the same thing over and over. Not to mention that it\\\'s just Disciple and really, what\\\'s not to love about them?
YAY!!!!| Posted August 24, 2007
this is disciples hardest album yet (woohoo!) I love it! I can't wait until the next one because if it sounds anything like scars remain it's gonna be good. i bet disciple is good in concert....