Write This Down
Write This Down I was surprised when I picked up Write This Down's new album. From the first song, "Alarm the Alarm", and into "Despite Your Valor", a catchy power poprock sound emerges. This was a new sound to me; and...
The Almost The Almost is a fairly new hard rock band, a side project for Aaron Gillespie of Underoath. This band packs a southern punch, while adding heartfelt lyrics. Though quite different from Aaron's other band,...
Eye of the Oracle
Mark This prequel was my favorite novel by Bryan Davis because there were so many new characters. Also the plot is very intriguing and has innumerable, unexpected twists and turns. Once again, Bryan Davis has...
Powerful Rawk | Posted May-19-2010
I was surprised when I picked up Write This Down's new album. From the first song, "Alarm the Alarm", and into "Despite Your Valor", a catchy power poprock sound emerges. This was a new sound to me; and I liked it. As "Renegade" hit, Write This Down switches gears and delivers a speed-metal sound. Then, for the rest of the album, the band brings it with Anberlin-like style.
This band opened my eyes to a new kind or rock: and I really enjoyed their unique, energetic music.
Tooth and Nail has done it again!
The Almost.....Is Awesome!!! | Posted October-03-2009
The Almost is a fairly new hard rock band, a side project for Aaron Gillespie of Underoath. This band packs a southern punch, while adding heartfelt lyrics. Though quite different from Aaron's other band, Underoath, The Almost still offers a good rhythm, crunching guitars and awesome vocals!
God bless The Almost
Once again, Skillet has not ceased to impress | Posted August-28-2009
I bought this record with high hopes of their hard-music talent; I was not disappointed. Skillet has followed-up their popular cd, Comatose, with Awake, a powerful reminder that Christ is forever with us and we need not fear our flesh for He has covered all our sins.
I quite enjoyed this new attachment in Skillet's archive. I highly recommend this record if you liked their previous work, Comatose.
God bless Skillet!!!
Edge of your seat suspense and excitement | Posted August-28-2009
Bryan Davis has flipped from fantasy to suspense fiction. I bought this book because I loved all of Bryan's other works (Dragons In Our Midst, Oracles Of Fire), and I was not disappointed in his new series. His account of Nathan and the mystery surrounding his family will keep you reading til late into the night. Amazing and highly recommended read.
God bless Bryan Davis!
Awesome read | Posted August-28-2009
This prequel was my favorite novel by Bryan Davis because there were so many new characters. Also the plot is very intriguing and has innumerable, unexpected twists and turns. Once again, Bryan Davis has melded fantasy, suspense, and absolutely amazing writing into one 600-page masterpiece.
God bless Bryan Davis's work in the world of authorship!!
Matthew West: rising worship artist | Posted August-26-2009
Matthew West's cd History offers catchy tunes and meaningful lyrics in each track. My favorite songs include: "History" "Next Thing You Know" and "Only Grace"
History is a solid masterpiece of praise and worship, ready to lift your heart with encouraging lyrics and soothing strings.
captivating and edge-of-your-seat reading | Posted August-26-2009
Peretti's first novel ever written, This Present Darkness, has reached the top on Christian literature charts. A supernatural thriller, this book gives us an insight into the fight of angels and demons on the earth. This Present Darkness will suck you in, leaving you reading late into the night.
Highly recommended read.
RED's debut cd proves their talent... | Posted August-21-2009
RED's first cd, End Of Silence, is a work of true talent and dexterity. When I heard this album for the first time I thought RED must have been around for a few years now. After all, who can release such a solid cd as a debut. I was surprised to find that RED had done it; this was their first project, a rising pillar in music a firm foundation for their future albums.
End Of Silence (Intro): This instrumental introduction backs up Breathe Into Me perfectly. It creates a symphonic flow into RED's most popular song to date and gives a little taste of RED's mellow side of music.
Breathe Into Me: This song pretty much is the chorus of the whole record. Catchy and heavy, Breathe Into Me is definitely in the top three on End Of Silence.
Let Go: This song shows RED's even harder side, blending screaming and passionate singing thoughout.
Already Over: This song is very soothing musically, and heartfelt lyrically. This song is one of the more symphonic tracks on the record.
Lost: Beginning with a glorious symphony of strings, this song proves RED's love for all genres, leaving room for the softer music on End Of Silence.
Pieces: This track calls out to God for His mercy and healing power in our lives. The most heartfelt on the album, Pieces is RED's worship song, made whole with a powerful melody of music to back it up.
And this album continues to get better...
Break Me Down, Wasting Time, Gave It All Away, and Hide give End Of Silence a great push as it reaches it's end. Heavy and forceful, these tracks prove that RED is out to dominate in the music industry.
Already Over (Part 2) and Lost (Acoustic Version) finishes off the record in a flourishing display of sound and voice. RED completes their album (Lost Acoustic is only on Deluxe Edition) with these two songs, emotionally driven as they pour out this final reprise of music.
RED has become my favorite artist because of their solid accomplishments as they began their band. I believe they will rise as a strong and talented Christian band in the years to come.