Sleeping Giant represents a call to arms. More than a band, more than a group of close friends, Sleeping Giant is a unit of disciples who scream loud from deep in the underground to the highest of the heavens.
“Since Sleeping Giant formed in 2006, they have been rewriting the definition of what it means to be Christians in a metal band,” wrote Relevant Magazine. “They pulverize all preconceived notions of worship music.”
They proclaim strength through submission to Jesus Christ across their latest album, Kingdom Days in an Evil Age. They’ve headlined Scream The Prayer; appeared at major Christian music festivals; toured with bands like Demon Hunter…
Most unfamiliar with Lancaster County, Pennsylvania typically associate it with sprawling rural environments and Amish populations. Those who have spent time in the central PA location can speak of an entirely different portrait of Lancaster. They have experienced the “big city” atmosphere mixed with the earnest hard work ethos of a small town. They know of the thriving and vibrant downtown arts and music scene, which has produced a number of ground breaking local music acts. They can also tell you the benefit of its close proximity to 5 major US cities. It is this blend of circumstances that established the creative approach, broad vision, and DIY principles of This or the Apocalypse.…
Phinehas was formed with a simple purpose: to be a band of Christians that brings the hope of Jesus to the hopeless and rejected. Though the line-up has changed over the years, the root of the band has only grown. From their first 10-day tour in 2010 to their 121 shows in 2012, Phinehas has been sharing their story and building relationships across the US. They want the people they meet on the road to walk away feeling loved for who they are no matter where they may be in life.
Musically, when Phinehas’ debut full-length “thegodmachine” was released in 2011, they caught the ears of critics and metalheads across the globe. From the shreddy riffs and the sassy solos…
Those Who Fear are back with their sophomore album “Death Sentence”, and the follow-up to 2013’s “Unholy Anger” is more furious than ever. After exploring the darker side of faith and ideology on their debut full length, Those Who Fear have allowed themselves to give voice to weighty personal and societal issues on “Death Sentence”. The new album bursts forth with a more aggressive interpretation of the east coast hardcore sound we’ve come to expect from TWF, while offering a new musical range thanks to the addition of new drummer Jacob Wilder and the return of engineer Josh Schroeder at Random Awesome.
Sine te, o Domine, est nihil.
Without you, oh Lord, is nothing.
Our community is nothing if we are not the hands and feet of the Gospel.
So come eat in our kitchen if you are hungry, sleep in our small house or apartment if you are tired, or come to shows or walk through menial daily tasks with us if you would like to do life together.
This is our understanding of ministry: the Church.