Every year, it helps to look back and reflect on what you’ve accomplished, reassess goals and even reset life, if need be. As for our HM family, the most popular stories help paint the picture of what represents our culture from a unique year where #selfie was probably the most important word.

That said, we’ve loved every minute of 2014, and we cannot wait to show you what’s coming up next year. Someone is turning 30…

  1. “The Unusual Suspects” – An Interview with Memphis May Fire
  2. HM EXCLUSIVE: The Order of Elijah premieres new track and lyric video for ‘God’s Unwanted Children’
  3. Zao promises authenticity, a sound more like ‘The Funeral of God,’ opens up about faith
  4. Tim Lambesis (As I Lay Dying) breaks silence, addresses faith, steroids and some dirty truths about the Christian market
  5. “The First Time for Everything” – An Interview with David Crowder
  6. How ‘Southtown’ brought The Ghost Inside and POD together
  7. Down in the Rivers to Pray” – An Interview with NEEDTOBREATHE
  8. “The Devil’s Missionary” – An Interview with Watain
  9. HM EXCLUSIVE: Red premieres title track ‘Release the Panic (Recalibrated)’ from upcoming remix album
  10. Stryper and David Letterman exchange late-night jokes

See you next year!


Ever Eden

The Haunting Sound of Hope

"Ever Eden has been this perfect culmination of us realizing what our journey has been and how to aim that as a message for other people." After years of introspection and coming-of-age, Ever Eden has embraced their own struggles, as haunting as it may feel, to create a community that's turned out to be much larger than the band itself.


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Righteous Vendetta

Not Dead... Yet

After canning the entire album in 2015, Righteous Vendetta is ready to release 'Not Dead Yet' and prove they're still thriving. We recently got to sit down with Ryan Hayes, vocalist of Righteous Vendetta, to discuss the band's upcoming album, life in the Mountain West, and how the pandemic has him venturing into country music songwriting.


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