With one listen to Paige Lewis’ newest album, One Good Day, you can hear the musical influences of John Mayer, The Beatles and Imogen Heap. Though you may also be tempted to make comparisons to Sheryl Crow and Alanis Morrissette, Paige has definitely forged her own unique style over a handful of years traveling the country writing songs and performing her music.
At only 27, Paige has criss-crossed the country performing at legendary venues like LA’s The Viper Room and played in the same lineups as Vertical Horizon, Katy Perry, P.O.D. and Switchfoot. Two of her songs landed in the Ridley Scott film Matchstick Men, starring Academy Award-winner Nicolas Cage. She also received an ASCAP songwriting award for penning CCM (Contemporary Christian Music) artist Rachael Lampa’s hit, I’m All Yours.


Heaven's Metal: An Oral History of the Genesis of Christian Metal

Heaven's Metal

When rock emerged from blues and 'heavy metal' began to surface, faith-based metal acts also rose to start their own journeys. Initially shunned by both believers and non-believers, they were fighting for their spot at the table, ultimately building a legacy that would go on to change the genre forever. HM presents an oral history of the beginning of Christian metal music, featuring Guardian, Tourniquet, Holy Soldier, Whitecross, and, of course, Stryper.


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Imperial Triumphant - 2021

Alphaville’s Metal Renaissance

With influences that span Miles Davis and Stravinsky to Geddy Lee and Les Claypool, jazz metal force Imperial Triumphant is the epitome of genre-bending. HM contributing writer Andrew Voigt spoke with the band about their unique style, the massive bass presence in their music, and the rise and fall of civilization.


Photo by Alex Krauss

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Atreyu- 2021

Atreyu's Baptism

At their core, Atreyu is a hard rock band with metal riffs and pop choruses. Now, after more than 20 years, the band has stepped boldly into their next chapter with a change in lineup and an album that proves the lifeblood of Atreyu is stronger than ever.


Photo by Ashley Osborn

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