Christian rock music staple Pillar released their first album in six years in 2015. The album, One Love Revolution, was made possible through the support of their loyal fanbase.
“Making this record was not only humbling just to have another opportunity, but it was an honor. An honor to regroup and put together our best effort to date,” shares frontman Rob Beckley, “We had a purpose beyond a career. It was about inspiring people to know Christ better and to engage in a fight that outlasts their own legacy!”
For this independent project, Pillar collaborated with producer Travis Wyrick (P.O.D., Tobymac, Dolly Parton) for over a year to develop a strong track listing and included their supporters in the process. The physical CD, sold through Lifeway, contains an exclusive track (“Fall The Foe”) as well as the digital release (“A Season”).
Says lead guitarist, Noah Henson, “When you spend 10 years plus on the road with guys that become your family, and then suddenly you don’t have them anymore, it’s like losing an arm or a leg. The reuniting of Pillar with Rob, Kalel, Lester, and myself has been like getting that arm or leg back. This record is a direct reflection of that. It’s one of our greatest accomplishments to date. I’m beyond excited to get these songs into the hands of our awesome fans!!”
For over 15 years, Pillar has rocked fans with their music and message. The band has released eight studio albums that birthed hit songs like “Fireproof,” “Bring Me Down,” and “For The Love Of The Game.” The latter was used by ESPN for the 2007 World Series promotions. The band was recognized with three Dove Awards and other nominations including a GRAMMY® nod for their album The Reckoning.
A Pillar in Christian Rock| Posted July 15, 2009
Pillar has been around for many years and their music has become a staple of Christian Rock. The band produces hard-rocking music with words that unashamedly praise their God. Their lyrics are filled with their life experiences and views of the world. The band members are also very down-to-earth and sincere. I met them once after one of their shows and they were very warm and humble. Great band great people!