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Wicked Bears, Wicked Tunes

Salt Lake City pop punk band, Wicked Bears, recently announced their debut self titled album. The album is to be released April 30th via Hidden Home Records. Anchor Music News got a special preview of the album and it’s definitely something to write about. Almost instantly I was hit with nostalgia. Grab your pogs, koosh balls, and … Continue reading

Album Review – The March Divide “Saturdays”

  San Antonio based musician, Jared Putnam, who plays as pop-rock band The March Divide, is probably one of the hardest working guys you will meet. From constant touring and networking to cranking out an impressive catalog of music, Jared doesn’t stop. Continuing with that full head of steam, The March Divide announced the upcoming release of a … Continue reading

United Pursuit Brings Renewal

Have you ever listened to music that has an anointing from God? That’s how I feel when listening to United Pursuit’s “Living Room Volume 3.”  This EP has songs that will help you overcome obstacles with God’s help. “Peace Like a River” is the opening track that immediately brought me into God’s presence. This is a … Continue reading

7 Reasons Why Lions & Tigers Will Be a Breakout Band in 2016

I will admit, I was honored when I got asked to review this EP. I have a huge amount of respect for Lions & Tigers and I’ll get into a little more of why later in this article. But I figured that instead of writing a bunch of long paragraphs (that, lets be honest, most … Continue reading

Rival Choir Made A Game Changing Album

Rival Choir’s “I Believe, Help My Unbelief” is a game changing album for Christian Metal and Facedown Records. This is an album that will have you hooked from the first verse to last. The song “Aftermath” stands out because of the honest lyrics and raw sound. You can hear the emotion and passion in every … Continue reading

Amoretta “Seventeen Seventy” EP Review

Have you ever listened to an album and were blown away by its originality? This is what instantly happened to me when listening to Amoretta’s “Seventeen Seventy.” This is an album that shows a band destined for huge things with a unique sound. “Wit’s End” is the first single. The screaming vocals bring an intensity that … Continue reading

Spoken “Breathe Again” Review

Have you ever listened to an album from a band and instantly become a fan? That’s what Spoken’s “Breathe Again” has done for me. This is an album which heralds a band coming back with more energy and passion. “Breathe Again” is the first single. This song has guest vocals from Mattie Mullins of Memphis … Continue reading

Chase Huglin “Glow” Album Review

A few months ago, I got a friend request on Facebook by a guy named Chase Huglin. As funny as it sounds, I recognized him from the “Defend Pop Punk” group on Facebook, so I accepted. After doing some creeping, I learned that Chase is a singer/songwriter, recently signed to Invogue Records, and put out … Continue reading

The Ember Days Changes Christian Music

Anchor Music News had the privilege of interviewing Jason, guitarist of The Ember Days. In this interview we talk about their new record, writing process, and so much more. I was honored to set up the interview with Jason. The Ember Days have become one of my favorite Christian bands. Talking to him was as … Continue reading

Variants – Sweet, not Bitter

New Orleans-based melodic rock band, Variants, is one you don’t wanna miss. Building a sound with elements of melodic hardcore, pop-punk, and rock, the group makes it look easy. About a month ago they release Commonwealth, a follow up EP to their debut album, The Concept of Color. Commonwealth is filled with catchy guitar riffs, … Continue reading

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