- reviewed by Christa Banister Copyright Christianity Today International
- 2006 1 Nov
- Regime Change
- Love Hate (On and On)
- My Hell
- Scars Remain
- Game On
- After the World
- Fight For Love
- Never Want It
- No End at All
After slugging it out on the independent scene for more than 10 years and gaining a respectable grassroots following, Disciple made its way to the proverbial big leagues with a much-buzzed-about national debut in 2005. While the self-titled effort was certainly a positive progression from the rapcore leanings of the band's previous indie efforts, the disc suffered from predictable lyrics and a predisposition for too many sound-alike tracks.
Thankfully, on their sophomore effort
For those who like hearing a metal band's softer side, well, there's something here for you too, with the deftly executed ballad "No End At All" and the acoustic-inspired "After the World." Not only do these offerings showcase the band's diversity, but serve as some of the project's best lyrical moments as well with some unexpected turns of phrase.
But despite radical improvements in lyrics, a lack of personal investment still serves as the weakest link on