Reinforcing the theme of “redemption” introduced in Season 22 of CBS’ “SURVIVOR: REDEMPTION ISLAND,” former castaway Krista Klumpp gave her ‘luxury item”—her Bible– to fellow castaway Matt Elrod.  Matt, the reigning Redemption Island champion, victoriously returned to the newly merged tribe, but was quickly voted off in last week’s episode.  See the PREVIEW CLIP below from this Wednesday’s Episode (April 13) airing on the CBS Television Network (8:00-9:00 PM, ET/PT) with Matt praying after being sent back to Redemption Island.

Matt back at Redemption Island… praying: (streaming link to view)

In case you missed last week’s episode, click on the link below to view Matt and crew reading the Bible while “Boston Rob” plots against them:

Matt and crew read Bible at camp while Rob plots: (streaming link to view)


Imperial Triumphant - 2021

Alphaville’s Metal Renaissance

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Photo by Alex Krauss

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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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Trapped in Limbo

Black metal may not be the first thing on your mind when you think of Portugal, but GAEREA is here to change that. HM contributing writer Andrew Voigt sat down with GAEREA to discuss the band’s music, their mysterious name and image, and how office work can be art.


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