There are quite a few Tooth & Nail alumni that, at this point, one could consider legendary: MxPx, Demon Hunter, Starflyer 59, and the list goes on. One such contender, based on an impressive, yet overlooked body of work, is the punk rock band The Blamed, who released a handful of well-loved albums with the label in the late '90s and early '00s. The band went inactive after 2002's Give Us Barabbas, but they have spent the last few years writing and recording new material, some of which ended up on a split EP with The Satire last year. Teaming up once again with Indie Vision Music for the release, The Blamed is now unleashing their first new full-length album in 17 years, The Church Is Hurting People...
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October 16, 2019 The Gospel Music Association celebrated the 50th Annual Dove Awards with a sold out crowd in Nashville, TN. The special evening shined a light on Christian and Gospel music's rich and diverse history and showcased the future of exceptional artistry. The awards will be televised on TBN (Trinity Broadcasting Network) on Sunday, October 20 at 8 p.m. EST / 5 p.m. PST. The big winners of the night were songwriter Jason Ingram with four Dove Awards and superstar Lauren Daigle, who took home three awards. Daigle won awards for “Song of the Year,” “Artist of the Year” and “Pop/Contemporary Album of the Year.” Composer Wayne Haun along with producer Paul Mabury also won three awards while Gospel singer Kirk Franklin, Tasha Cobbs Leonard and Lecrae took two. First-time winners of the night included Aaron Cole, “New Artist of the Year,” Phil Wickham, "Worship Recorded Song of the Year," and Keith and Kristyn Getty, “Inspirational Album of the Year.”...
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Hillsong Worship is back with its annual offering, the latest of which is titled Awake. However, this time, they forgo their normal practice of live worship recording and return with a studio album for the first time in over two decades. This is now the second main release since Brooke Ligertwood took over leading the band in 2017, and the direct follow-up to 2018ís fantastic live album, There Is More. The studio recording versus live recording yields a shorter, and more focused tracklist and runtime. This is a welcome change, as many of the biggest criticisms levied against their catalog are the multiplicity of songs stretching beyond the five-minute mark, leaving it laborious to return to regularly...
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