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Huge DH fan. I've been enjoying Ryan Clark's new electronica side-project NYVES.

Getting back into Falling Up. Received Mark Pogue's new indie Kickstarter project too.
 

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Good God Father live from X Fest NW right across the Bridge of the Gods during the raging Eagle Creek Fire on the Columbia River Gorge
 

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I'm Catholic and I was never really enticed by Christian Rock but there was some group that I do not recall that did a rock version of The Lord's Prayer and it was very pleasing to listen to. :D

I used to like Skillet back in late grade school.
 

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I discovered this band while searching for Blackberry Smoke videos. NEEDTOBREATHE are a Christian Rock band, but not all of their songs fit that description. Here's a good one:

"State I'm In" NEEDTOBREATHE (live 2015)
...I've seen every little corner of your two-bit town.

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The only bands I'm into that really have strong reoccuring Christian themes in their music are Trouble, Place Of Skulls and Pentagram. Trouble are not as overtly obvious about the lyrical concepts as the other two can be. Pentagram seem to shift back and forth from Christian & Satanic influence as if the members were in a constant spiritual battle for their souls. Place of Skull is strickly pious worshiping...all 3 are Doom Metal bands .

Other than these bands which I can't say would really fit into the Christian scene the idea doesnt appeal to me.
 

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I'm Catholic and I was never really enticed by Christian Rock but there was some group that I do not recall that did a rock version of The Lord's Prayer and it was very pleasing to listen to. :D

I used to like Skillet back in late grade school.

I discovered this band while searching for Blackberry Smoke videos. NEEDTOBREATHE are a Christian Rock band, but not all of their songs fit that description. Here's a good one:

"State I'm In" NEEDTOBREATHE (live 2015)
...I've seen every little corner of your two-bit town.

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The only bands I'm into that really have strong reoccuring Christian themes in their music are Trouble, Place Of Skulls and Pentagram. Trouble are not as overtly obvious about the lyrical concepts as the other two can be. Pentagram seem to shift back and forth from Christian & Satanic influence as if the members were in a constant spiritual battle for their souls. Place of Skull is strickly pious worshiping...all 3 are Doom Metal bands .

Other than these bands which I can't say would really fit into the Christian scene the idea doesnt appeal to me.


Hmmm some excellent reviews above from @Cadleson, @Black Dahlia and @Vader. Cadleson really awesome point of view...Vader you`ve always been fore right with your own spin on it has always...Black dahlia never heard of NEEDTOBREATHE thank you...my own point of view is if I like it I`ll play it. I don't view music as a message to anything just look at the court case` s form Ozzy & Priest backward messages argh!!!! love Pentagram, Trouble Skull and Cathedral oops Electric Wizard I also love VENOM........YES!
 

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I stumbled upon a Christian radio station the other day. Some of them are really good musicians.
 

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