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10 copies of the new Violet Burning album (Sting Like A Bee And Sing) will be given away here. Wouldn’t you like to win one? If you know the band, trust me, it’s a live album with a whole bunch of their great songs. To enter, just send an encouraging email to me at contestathmmagdotcom and you’ll be entered. We’ll randomly pick 10 people and send the winners the music from thevioletburning.com website.

Here’s what staff writer Dan MacIntosh (HM Magazine) thought of the new album:


The Violet Burning, one of Christian rock’s greatest unsung heroes…

The one-two combination of “Underwater” and “Low” is so powerful…. Yes, they’re that deep, that good.
Christian music never should have devolved into Christian propaganda…if Christian radio….sickens you, The Violet Burning might just be your cure.

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