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HM Magazine Editor Doug Van Pelt
On The Christian Rock 20

By Paul Gibson | June 23rd, 2010

Dougn Van Pelt, Editor of HM Magazine, will be talking with us on this week’s show about their 25th anniversary issue as well as all the crazy things he has experienced in the past 25 years.

Tune in to hear our interview and sign up to win an extremely limited edition HM sticker designed by Dave Quiggle, we will also give away 2 copies of Kutless’s latest CD It Is Well. So sign up for the cool free stuff!

Also, don’t forget to subscribe to HM or pick up the 25th anniversary issue at you local Christian retailer.

Tooth And Nail Signs
Swimming With Dolphins

By Paul Gibson | June 22nd, 2010

swimmingwd-cropThis just announced.

Tooth & Nail Records has recently nabbed the fresh new talent of Swimming With Dolphins, which includes frontman Austin Tofte, formally ofOwl City, hailing from Minneapolis, Minnesota. This summer, Swimming with Dolphins will begin recording their debut album with Tooth & Nail Records.

“I’m more than excited to announce Tooth & Nail as the home of Swimming With Dolphins,” shares Austin Tofte about the recent signing. “I grew up inspired by…


The Choir Returns With 12th Studio Album

By Paul Gibson | June 22nd, 2010


One of Christian rock’s pioneer bands is coming out with a new album, check out the press release.

The Choir Returns With 12th Studio Disc, Burning Like the Midnight Sun

Grammy Nominated Indie Rockers Deliver First Album In Five Years, Due June 29th and Featuring Cover Artwork By Noted New Orleans Visual Artist

June, 2010 – Nashville, TN – Making it an even dozen, iconic indie rock act The Choir announces the release of their 12th studio disc, Burning Like the Midnight Sun, on June 29th. Produced by band members Steve Hindalong and Derri Daughtery, the album was …


New Music for June 22, 2010

By Paul Gibson | June 21st, 2010


New releases for June 22, 2010 in the Christian Rock/Hip-Hop/Hard Music genres.

Click “More” for list.


Rapture Ruckus On The Christian Rock 20

By Paul Gibson | June 17th, 2010


Brad Dring, lead singer for Rapture Ruckus, is calling in to the show this week to talk about their brand new S/T ep. Also, we are going to talk about guilty pleasures in music, touring in the US, their evolving sound and more.

raptureruckus-coverOf Course if you want to win a copy of their ep make sure you sign up for the E-Newsletter to be entered in this week’s drawing. Click here to read the review.

Trevor From The Wedding Suffers A Stroke

By Paul Gibson | June 14th, 2010


I can’t find any other info other than this right now. But I am looking to get an official statement soon. Here is a link to what I did find. Indie Vision Music article here.

Since October On The Christian Rock 20

By Paul Gibson | June 9th, 2010


Ben Graham, frontman for Since October, is calling in this weekend to give us the skinny on their brand new album, Life, Scars, Apologies. Also, we are going to be talking about their recent tour with Saliva, what it’s like to wait 5 years to record new material, Wrestlemania, ZZ Top and more.

Recently their song The Show was used as the theme song for Wrestlemania and they have been out on the road supporting big mainstream acts for a while now. Tune in and if you like them, vote for their song Believe in our polls section.

Day Of Fire Goes On Hiatus

By Paul Gibson | June 8th, 2010


This just posted on the Day Of Fire twitter account.

We have decided to take an indefinite hiatus. Sincere thanks to all our friends, fans, and associates who’ve supported us along the way.

We’ve greatly enjoyed the years spent making music together. We’ll be playing 3 more shows this year: Ichthus, Lifelight, and Night of Joy.

We’d love to see you all out there for a proper goodbye rocking.

follow @chris_pangallo @zach_simms @joshbrownartand @joepangallo if you’d like to keep up with what we each have going on. we love you all

New Music For June 8, 2010

By Paul Gibson | June 7th, 2010


New releases for June 08, 2010 in the Christian Rock/Hip-Hop/Hard Music genres.


Dana Key from Degarmo And Key
Dead at 56

By Paul Gibson | June 7th, 2010


Dana Key, half of the influential Christian rock duo Degarmo and Key, died on Sunday at age 56. His death is being attributed to a blood clot. Thanks for everything Dana.

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