Album Reviews

The Afters, Life Is Beautiful

Christian pop/rock band, The Afters, return with their fourth studio album, “Life is Beautiful,” and it’s the perfect feel good album with tunes anchored in the spirit of triumph, praise, and celebration.It’s been three years since the release of the

Brandon Heath, Blue Mountain

Brandon Heath’s fourth studio project, Blue Mountain, stands in stark contrast to his last album. If Leaving Eden was Heath’s succinct pop record, Blue Mountain is the award-winning artist’s unapologetic country effort.

Audio Adrenaline, Kings & Queens

Audio Adrenaline has returned and they are on fire.After disbanding in 2007 in light of lead singer Mark Stuart’s vocal challenges, few expected to hear from the GRAMMY Award-winning band again.

Jeremy Camp, Reckless

It’s been five years since Jeremy Camp released a full-length studio album of all original material.

Hillsong United, Zion

The members of Hillsong United are masters at creating an atmosphere for modern worship to thrive. Their 12th release and third studio recording, Zion, continues to mark the Aussies as one of the most forward-thinking acts in Christian worship.

TobyMac, Eye On It

With a laser-sharp focus on Christ and a fresh intention to search his heart when it comes to the motivation behind his work, TobyMac has his eye on the prize, evidenced by the 12 red-hot tracks on his new, much-anticipated studio release.

Chris Tomlin, Burning Lights

Longtime Chris Tomlin fans will be surprised to hear rap featured on the opening track of the celebrated worship leader’s eighth studio album, Burning Lights.

J Moss, V4... The Other Side

Undeniably one of gospel music’s most gifted male vocalists, J Moss is known for pushing the musical boundaries of the genre. With his new album, V4...

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