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  1. Space (EP)

    Space (EP)

    The Devil Wears Prada

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    The Devil Wears Prada are by no means a newcomer. In over 8 years as a band they have sold over 750,000 albums, and have toured the world over and over, playing to sold out crowds every night. They have been able to find repeated success and clinch their spot as a household ... Learn More
  2. Something More

    Something More

    Altars, Altars

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    Altars spent most of 2012 on the road in support of their debut full length Conclusions. Their sophomore album Something More brings exactly that, both in music and in message. Musically, the band has evolved and built on the hardcore foundation that they laid with Conclusio... Learn More
  3. Sleddin' Hill: A Holiday Album

    Sleddin' Hill: A Holiday Album

    August Burns Red

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    The 13-track holiday release, <i>Sleddin' Hill</i>, from August Burns Red features not only fresh takes on classics such as "Jingle Bells," "Winter Wonderland" and even "Rudolph The Red Nosed Reindeer," but also original compositions that are destined to become f... Learn More
  4. Sick Of It (Single)

    Sick Of It (Single)

    Skillet

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  5. Self Harvest

    Self Harvest

    Ark of the Covenant, Ark Of The Covenant

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    Ark of The Covenant came out swinging in 2011 with their debut EP "Separation" on Strike First Records. They returned to Silver Bullet Studios with Gregory Thomas of Misery Signals to record their first full length album, Self Harvest, which features the signature sound that... Learn More
  6. Runaways

    Runaways

    Sumerlin, Sumerlin

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    In the wake of swarming bands fighting for a musical footprint in a scene flooded with genres that mimic one another - SUMERLIN stands apart by blending the importance in being both culturally relevant and spiritually significant. These guys have so much to offer to everyo... Learn More
  7. Run

    Run

    Sanctus Real, Sanctus Real

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    Rather than glossing over their struggles, Sanctus Real is never afraid to shine a light on their challenges and hardships. On the band’s sixth studio album, Run, Sanctus Real presents songs that promise to become encouraging anthems of hope and healing that listeners ca... Learn More
  8. Rise

    Rise

    Skillet, Skillet

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    Rise is a gripping coming-of-age narrative that stands as Skillet's first concept album. The album tells the story of a typical American teen coming into adulthood and trying to figure out who he is in a world riddled with problems both within and outside his control. The re... Learn More
  9. Resucitate

    Resucitate

    Remedy Drive

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    Remedy Drive, a high-energy rock band from Nashville, TN, has David Zach on lead vocals, guitar, and electric piano; Timmy Jones on drums and backing vocals; Corey Horn on bass and backing vocals; and Dave Mohr on guitars and backing vocals. The group has made a name f... Learn More
  10. Resolute

    Resolute

    Elliot, Elliot

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    Elliot is a modern-rock worship band from the Pacific Northwest, known for their ear-catching melodies and powerful live shows. They frequently travel as the house band for international evangelist Nick Vujicic. Their songs are sung in churches around the world, and their so... Learn More

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