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Apollo LTD
Out of Body
Release Date: June 7, 2019
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We often think of an artist with a national debut album as rookies. But in truth, it's a small, small percentage of artists that truly take off within a few months of joining together as a band. (One of the few exceptions here is Jars Of Clay, but even they took a while to grow into the success they had as new recording artists.) Residence/Centricity Music synthpop band Apollo LTD may be new on the national scene, but years of toiling away behind the music industry curtains has sharpened their artistic acumen, and their...

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Comrades
For We Are Not yet, We Are Only Becoming
Release Date: June 7, 2019
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Back in 2016, Comrades released their first album on Facedown Records, and it was a good one. Lone/Grey was a unique blend of post-hardcore and melodic indie rock which was finely and effectively executed, and the final result was a memorable and extremely enjoyable album that showed a bright future for the band. Since their formation in 2008, the trio had consisted of husband and wife Laura and Joe McElroy, along with drummer and unclean vocalist Ben Trussell. However, the year after Lone/Grey's release, Trussell parted ways with the band. His replacement was John Gaskill, a longtime veteran of bands like Life In Your Way, Endeavor, and Converyor. With a tweaked lineup and lots of positive momentum from their first Facedown release...

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Switchfoot
Live From The NATIVE TONGUE Tour - EP
Release Date: May 31, 2019
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It's often said by music critics that certain songs will "sound better live" than they do on the album. This is an old cliché, but as is often the case with clichés, there's truth to be found inside of them. And in concert, the songs from Switchfoot's Native Tongue album indeed sound bigger and more forceful in their live setting. Swichfoot has long been one of the best live bands going, with Jon Foreman and the fellows extending song lengths, changing up rhythms and preaching up a storm in their own unique way. True to form, the band kicks off their latest (too brief) live EP with Foreman playing the manic street preacher and urgently conveying Native Tongue's thesis statement that hatred was not mankind's original language...

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This Monday, June 10
Kevin Max Black Sheep of the Fold (independent)


This Friday, June 14
August Burns Red Constellations (Remixed) [Solid State]
Sean Curran Bigger Than I Thought - EP [Capitol CMG]
Jason Gray Order Disorder Reorder - Single [Centricity]
Mac Powell & The Family Reunion Back Again - Single [Thirty Tigers]
Skillet Save Me - Single [Atlantic]
Skillet Anchor - Single [Atlantic]


Next Friday, June 21
Unspoken Reason (Album) [Centricity]


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