scream the prayer

For the third year in a row INRI Clothing has presented one of the hottest line-ups of performers for the annual Christian Metalcore/Hardcore Music Worship Tour, Scream the Prayer. Turning the heat up in the good state of Texas, the tour conquered three cities including the White Rabbit in San Antonio.

With true Texan spirit, San Antonio welcomed the impressive line-up with intense moshing, stage dives and the occasional microphone take-over. Forgetting the blistering heat, bands such as In The Midst of Lions, A Plea for Purging and fan-favorite For Today delivered over the top performances and die hard commitment to their ministry.

For more information on the tour visit their Myspace

Going to San Antonio to see the Scream the Prayer Tour (with Maylene, For Today, A Plea, Hundredth, ITMOL, Great Commis, Color Morale, BBABH 1:06 PM Jul 10th via web

In the Midst of Lions lives up to their name – furious, intense, tear off the meat from your bones death metal and hardcore. 90mph and tight 5:42 PM Jul 10th via Twitterrific

Sam, the lovable guitarist from In The Midst of Lions shared his testimony about how God is faithful. 2 more songs n their 20min set’s over 5:46 PM Jul 10th via Twitterrific

The Crimson Armada is closing their set with a crazy death/hardcore cover of P.O.D.’s “Alive.”. It actually works! Very heavy. Who knew? 7:01 PM Jul 10th via Twitterrific

A Plea For Purging has that huge low end. I feel like I’m standing on a flightline or aircraft carrier. So heavy and loud. 7:59 PM Jul 10th via Twitterrific

“I realize that we’re not that good…” A Plea… Is the epitome of self-deprication. 8:07 PM Jul 10th via Twitterrific

@shadylittleroad is taking one for the team up there in that hot, sweaty mass … But it’s metal, so she’s probably having a good time. 8:10 PM Jul 10th via Twitterrific in reply to shadylittleroad

Andy from A Plea For Purging wouldn’t start the last song until everyone in the whole place was wiggling the “hang loose” hand sign. Ha ha 8:20 PM Jul 10th via Twitterrific

Is there a more exciting band than For Today right now? Maybe there is … but wow, what a great band. 9:04 PM Jul 10th via Twitterrific

When Mattie Montgomery says that there’s something in the DNA of this generation that can change this world, nothing can stop him. PTL 9:14 PM Jul 10th via Twitterrific

How many times have you seen a hardcore show break out into worship? Where the audience doesn’t seem to want to stop singing praise…Glory! 9:27 PM Jul 10th via Twitterrific

Some girl got hurt during Maylene and the Sons of Disaster’s third song. Total show pauses as paramedics attend to her. 10:36 PM Jul 10th via Twitterrific

Looks like a full fun day at Scream the Prayer http://twitpic.com/249dv5 10:50 PM Jul 10th via TwitPic

For Today tearing it up http://twitpic.com/249dx0 10:50 PM Jul 10th via TwitPic

I’m glad I’m wearing nice earplugs. When I pull em out during Maylene at full tilt I hear a lot of distortion. I am enjoying my filters. 10:53 PM Jul 10th via Twitterrific


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