Indie rock icons, Jim Ward (of At the Drive-In, Sparta and Sleepercar) and Gabe González (Sparta and Sleepercar) produced their first ever worship album. Fellow El Paso-ans, Altarmotive <http://www.altarmotive.com> approached the duo about producing their recently released record, “AFTERGLOW” <http://itunes.apple.com/us/album/afterglow/id430689966>.

Altarmotive’s album is receiving great reviews, and the band is touring throughout the summer – starting with an opening date with the Newsboys on June 24. You can download 3 free songs here <https://www.noisetrade.com/altarmotive>

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