Disciple Kicks Off O God Save Us AllRelease Week With Packed House for CD Release Party and Live Stream Event in Nashville
Disciple knew there was no better way to kick off their latest project, O God Save Us All, than by rockin’ out at a CD release party in Music City on Monday night. Along with the packed house, fans across the globe were able to watch the band’s performance in Nashville, TN via live stream as Disciple played tracks from the new album along with fan favorites.
Following the success of their 2010 release, Horseshoes & Handgrenades, Disciple’s new album consists of a tight, vibrant collection of hard-hitting rock songs with a redemptive heart. The 11-track album includes their current hit single “Draw The Line” which hit the Top 5 on the Billboard Christian Rock chart and Top 10 at CHR. Their second single and the album’s title track debuted in the Top 20 this week.
Fans and critics alike are raving, check out the sampling of the latest praise forO God Save Us All:
“If you’re looking for both a powerful and moving addition to your music collection look no further than Disciple’s latest O God Save Us All. It should keep old fans satisfied and draw in new and make a good addition to any collection.”
– Alt Rock Live
“O God Save Us All is a dynamic collection of hard rock hymns, showcasing Disciple’s ability to create both raw anthems and symphonic ballads.”
– New Release Tuesday
“I think we are seeing a new (and that’s a good ‘new’) side of Disciple beginning to emerge; along with some of the old elements that you heard in their earliest releases.”
“When the norm is crafting solid rock records with great replay value, ‘maintaining the norm’ isn’t such a bad thing; it’s no wonder Disciple has been around so long….The focus of the album is completely Christ-driven and delivers a message that’s great for all listeners.”
– Jesus Freak Hideout
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Album artwork for O God Save Us All.
Disciple before their CD release party in Nashville. Left to Right: Kevin Young (vocals), Trent Reiff (drums), Rich Ward (guitar), Israel Beachy (bass), Micah Sannen (guitar).
Disciple’s CD release concert at Nashville’s Rocketown.
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