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The Crucified Gets the Band Back Together for Humanity

Twenty-five years ago, four teenagers came together to form The Crucified. Now, the band is back together and to kick off this grand reappearing is the remastered release of their classic album, The Pillars of Humanity.

  • Andrew Greenhalgh |
  • December 22, 2009 |
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Take It Back! Learn to Step It Up

This Arkansas-based five-some shows considerable promise on Atrocities, their second disc on Facedown Records. Yet they also reveal a calm rarely seen in bands so young. Or maybe that’s just procrastination.

No Slump on The Almost's Sophomore Outing

It's the dreaded sophomore slump. Too much is made about it in the first place. But one listen to Monster Monster, the absolutely stunning follow-up to The Almost’s excellent debut, proves there’s nothing to worry about.

Needtobreathe: Life on the Outside

Now three albums into what’s already been a career full of countless accolades—including a Dove Award and song placements in popular TV shows and movies—the men of Needtobreathe still enjoy the thrill of a new challenge.

  • Christa A. Banister |
  • December 10, 2009 |
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Favorites at Play Covers the Well Known

This covers album boasts many of pop music's well-known numbers of the last few years. From Coldplay to Paramore, Joy Electric’s Ronnie Martin plays well with others, crafting an analog dream from the constructs of others.

The Crucified: Back in Action

Jim Chaffin, former drummer of The Crucified, sat down with CMCentral recently to talk about the reasons for coming back together and what it was like to bring up the idea of actually touring again after all of these years.

Switchfoot's Approach More Hopeful on Hello Hurricane

Switchfoot takes an increasingly hopeful lyrical approach, inspired by the band’s work with Habitat for Humanity and perhaps even their artistic liberation. After the mildly darker nature of Oh! Gravity, it's a welcome return to form.

Diamond Rio: Reason Enough

After years of wanting to record an album reflecting their faith, Diamond Rio unveils The Reason via Word Records. Band members Marty, Jimmy, Brian, Gene, Dan and Dana have crafted a project that is near and dear to their hearts.

  • Deborah Evans Price |
  • November 26, 2009 |
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Kutless Brings Back Worship on It Is Well

It's interesting to note that for all their rock releases and the longevity of the Kutless name, it's a worship album from four years ago (Strong Tower) that still remains the BEC Recordings act’s best-selling album.

The Letter Black: Change Is Necessary

While the players are the same, The Letter Black—the band formerly known as Breaking the Silence—is armed with a new sound, a new album and a new label home. CMCentral recently sat down with Sarah Anthony to discuss.

Artistry Birthed from Pain in Forget and Not Slow Down

Some of the best artistry is birthed from our most painful moments. Matt Thiessen might be anxious to forget his experiences, but Forget and Not Slow Down will be an album that gladly lingers for quite some time.

Stage "Prairie" Lacks the Depth of Previous Incarnations

This week, I joined 2,000 others in witnessing the newest variation on this century old story: Little House on the Prairie, The Musical. An Ingalls tale without Michael Landon. A history book without a soul. This time, there were very few tears.

Love Is Back and on the Move

In pop news … after eight years away from the music scene, Jennifer Knapp is again writing, recording and playing a few select shows. Also, Leeland gets vocal about social justice on its third album, Love Is on the Move.

  • Christa A. Banister |
  • November 12, 2009 |
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The Letter Black Hits Hard on Breaking the Silence

The Letter Black is the latest female-fronted rock outfit to come along. However, this band has a little more water under its bridge than most, having toured prior as Breaking the Silence, ironically the name of their debut EP.

  • Andrew Greenhalgh |
  • November 10, 2009 |
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Kutless: Returning to Their Roots

Despite their rock and roll prowess, Kutless is a worship band at heart. So that should help explain why the Portland band's 2005 release Strong Tower just went Gold and why the five-piece is now releasing a second worship effort.

Gwen Stacy Explodes Back with A Dialogue

Hardcore band Gwen Stacy explodes back onto the scene with A Dialogue, a fine collection of face-melters that let vocalist Geoff Jenkins scream his lungs out while drawing in some melodic moments as well.

  • Andrew Greenhalgh |
  • November 03, 2009 |
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Jaymes Reunion: The Waiting Game

For fans clamoring for anything new from Jaymes Reunion, good news awaits. It's been a year since The Fine EP dropped, but the second half of 2009 brings another EP and full-length release from the pop quartet.

Sidewalk Prophets Bring the Pop on These Simple Truths

Incredible pop sensibilities are Sidewalk Prophets’ hallmark throughout These Simple Truths, the band’s label debut. Think MercyMe mixed with Brandon Heath to get a good idea of the sounds involved—and the sales possibilities as well.

Relient K: Relient on No One Else

The blank slate facing Matt Thiessen wasn’t daunting in the slightest. Instead, the Relient K front man actually made “having fun” his only rule when it came to recording the band’s new album, Forget and Not Slow Down.

Leeland Stays Vertically Minded on Love Is on the Move

"It's just you and me, Jesus," sings Leeland Mooring on Leeland’s latest album, Love Is on the Move. The statement serves as a proper introduction to an incredibly vertical album—and fans shouldn't expect anything different.

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