September 2014

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Safe harbors of hope, The Color Morale is preaching a revolutionary positive mentality, and vocalist Garret Rapp is not only the face of The Color Morale, but he’s also the face of hope’s number one success story. Thousand Foot Krutch’s Trevor McNevan talks about the band’s new album, Oxygen:Inhale, while In Flames makes their return known with their 11th record, Siren Charms, hitting shelves this month. Darkness Divided drops their debut album and talks with HM about Written in Blood, signing to Victory and what the majority of your year looks like when you spend it with your brothers. Colossus reveals the true nature of Badlands and how the South Dakota band brought all the pieces together for their sophomore Facedown release. Flyleaf has a new face, too: Kristen May. She takes over for former singer Lacey Strum and dishes about the band’s new sound and dynamic as their latest, Between the Stars, comes out this month. Sleeping Giant’s Tommy Green fires up a new monthly column, Digital Tour Bus also stops in with their best food stops from the road and Sleepwave, Unteachers and more all get reviewed!

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As a thank you for reading, Disciple is offering a free digital download of their new track, “Unbroken,” with every issue you read! You can download the track below, courtesy of SoundCloud, up until Disciple’s newest album, Attack, is available on Sept. 23.

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