Posted February 14, 2014
Skillet definitely hit a homerun with this album. I've been following Skillet for a little over 13 years now and I've loved every minute of the journey with this band. They definitely got me through some pretty rough hardships. I never expected for my loyalty to stick with a band for this long, but they always manage to reel me in. Everything about this band has always been about change, whether people actually recognized it or not. Throughout the ages skillet has relied on more of an old fashion traditional rock, worship music, electronic rock, hard rock, and eventually even added the violin and cello. Initially an all male group and eventually had two males and females. The best thing about this band is that allthough they stay true to themselves they also manage to change things just enough to keep you on the edge of your seat. With this album they definitely surprised me again. In this album I finally felt that I heard more of God in their music again. It was like listening to a mission that we should fulfill as Christians. It definitely has touch me on many levels. If you're looking for diversity as well this album definitely has that. I mean you have power ballods, edgy rock songs, and even a song that has blues, jazz sort of feel. My Religion from this album definitely has that blues sort of vibe where you just wanna snap your fingers along with the music. This is a great album! You will love it!!!
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