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  • Children 18:3

    (32,094 listeners)

    punk, christian, punk rock, rock

    Hailing from Morris, Minnesota, Children 18:3 started out in 1999 as a ska band. Today, they play hard punk rock music. The band is comprised of siblings David Hostetter (lead vocals/guitar), LeeMarie Hostetter (bass/vocals), and Seth Hostetter (drums).

  • Chris August

    (26,627 listeners)

    christian, rock, pop, singer-songwriter

    While he may be considered a "new" artist, Fervent Records' newly signed singer-songwriter Chris August is anything but a rookie in the music industry.

  • DiscipleUp-and-coming artist (from the Last.fm Hype Chart)

    (163,413 listeners)

    christian rock, christian, hard rock, rock

    There are multiple artists with the name Disciple: 1. Disciple was formed in 1992 by high-school friends Kevin Young, Brad Noah, and Tim Barrett. The band released their first CD, What Was I Thinking? in 1996. Even without a hit single, Disciple was able to gain the attention of Warner Resound who later produced Disciple's following release.

  • Emery

    (379,679 listeners)

    post-hardcore, screamo, emo, rock

    Emery is an American four-piece alternative rock band from Rock Hill, South Carolina currently signed to both Tooth & Nail and Solid State Records. Emery moved to Seattle, Washington in order to reach a more music centered scene. The band resists being labeled a "Christian band".

  • Family Force 5

    (196,859 listeners)

    crunk rock, alternative, rock, christian rock

    Family Force 5 is an American Christian rock band from Atlanta, Georgia. The band was formed in 1993 by brothers Solomon "Soul Glow Activatur", Joshua "Fatty", and Jacob "Crouton" Olds.

  • Hyland

    (5,573 listeners)

    alternative rock, christian rock, pop-rock, rock

    Formed back in 2002, this Minneapolis Minnesota band originally went by the name "Tomrrow's 39." While under this name, the band released a few demo tracks, but never had an official CD release. Four years later, in 2006, Tomorrow's 39 changed their name to "Hyland," the name they are recognized by today.

  • Icon for Hire

    (46,764 listeners)

    alternative rock, female vocalists, rock, alternative

    ICON FOR HIRE have just released their self titled second full length album released in October 2013 on the Tooth and Nail label. Producer Mike Green (All Time Low, The Wanted, Pierce The Veil) is at the mixer to follow up their debut album, Scripted.

  • Kutless

    (268,557 listeners)

    christian rock, christian, rock, alternative

    Kutless is a Christian alternative band, originally from Portland, Oregon, specializing in melodic hard rock. The band gets their name from the promise made in Romans 6:23. The band says, "He took the cuts for us...making us Kutless." Kutless consist of Jon Micah Sumrall (vocals), James Mead (guitar), Dave Luetkenhoelter (bass), and Jeff Gilbert (drums) and Nick Departee (guitar).

  • Mikeschair

    (25,886 listeners)

    christian, rock, indie, gospel

    The sound of MIKESCHAIR demands attention. The strong delivery of their self-titled album on CURB Records sets out to entertain as well as inspire those who listen. Their unique pop sound mixed with rock guitars, electronic textures, and bass grooves blended with catchy, anthemic, sing-along choruses compel you to step up emotionally and spiritually.

  • Newsboys

    (207,049 listeners)

    christian, christian rock, rock, contemporary christian

    The Newsboys are a Christian pop/rock band formed in 1987 in Mooloolaba, Australia (although they soon relocated to Nashville, Tennessee). Its core members, John James and Peter Furler, originally hailed from Australia where they played in a band together called The News.

  • Project 86

    (98,503 listeners)

    hard rock, christian rock, rock, post-hardcore

    Project 86 is a christian hard rock band from Orange County, CA, USA In 1998, Project 86 released its self-titled debut on BEC Recordings, a division of Tooth & Nail Records, and was immediately labeled "rapcore" due to strong similarities to acts such as Rage Against the Machine.

  • Red

    (685,388 listeners)

    alternative rock, christian rock, rock, alternative

    Red (USA) (often typeset as R3D) is an American alternative band formed in Nashville, Tennessee in 2004.

  • Rend Collective Experiment

    (20,333 listeners)

    christian, worship, british, rock

    A movement of friends is a hard thing to package. When something happens locally that is real and sincere, it probably doesn't need the hype that the music industry can sometimes bring. The Rend Collective Experiment started in 2004 as a group of confused 20 somethings trying to figure out life, God and community.

  • Switchfoot

    (845,414 listeners)

    rock, alternative, alternative rock, christian rock

    Switchfoot is a Grammy-winning alternative rock band from San Diego, California, United States. The band was formed in 1996 with the brothers Jon Foreman (lead singer/guitarist) and Tim Foreman (bass).

  • Tenth Avenue North

    (114,197 listeners)

    christian rock, christian, contemporary christian, rock

    With its first two albums Tenth Avenue North managed to fuse truth and music in a potent blend that left listeners engaged, entertained and inspired. The band does so yet again on its third Reunion Records album The Struggle, a 12-song collection that explores the themes of grace, forgiveness and redemption through thought-provoking lyrics anchored in an adventurous sonic landscape.

  • The Letter Black

    (98,405 listeners)

    alternative rock, female vocalists, hard rock, rock

    The Letter Black is a modern rock band fronted by female vocalist Sarah Anthony, followed by her husband Mark Anthony (guitar / background vocals) Mat Slagle (drummer) and Matt Beal (Bass). Breaking the Silence, now known as the Letter Black, immediately separated themselves from the underground through an undying work ethic and demonstrable live performances.

  • The O.C. Supertones

    (65,457 listeners)

    ska, christian, christian rock, christian ska

    The Orange County Supertones (a.k.a. The O.C. Supertones a.k.a. The Supertones) is a Christian ska band hailing from Orange County, California. The band was formerly signed to BEC Recordings before becoming an independent band for its final tour.

  • The Rocket Summer

    (363,081 listeners)

    indie, emo, alternative, indie rock

    Texas native Bryce Avary, the singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist/producer mastermind behind The Rocket Summer, has accomplished enough for someone a lot older, as he prepares to record his fifth full-length studio album. “We’re not talking simple acoustic solo stuff here.

  • Thousand Foot Krutch

    (618,317 listeners)

    alternative rock, christian rock, rock, alternative

    Thousand Foot Krutch is a Canadian alternative band formed in 1997, currently composed of Trevor McNevan (vocals), Steve Augustine (drums), Joel Bruyere (bass) and Ty Dietzler (touring guitarist), all of whom are Christians.

  • Write This Down

    (21,623 listeners)

    post-hardcore, metalcore, emocore, metal

    Write This Down is a christian rock band started in 2005. The trio, made up of Chad Nichols (drums), Johnny Collier (vocals) and Nate Rockwell (guitar) built the band from the ground up, opening any and all shows they could. They juggled college and working full-time with their music, while still keeping their commitment to Christ and each other their first priority.