July's Album Spotlight
Death Sentence by Those Who Fear is in the album spotlight for July. This is the bands sophomore release out on Facedown Records. After exploring the darker side of faith and ideology on their debut full length album "Holy Anger", Those Who Fear have allowed themselves to give voice to weighty personal and societal issues on "Death Sentence". The album bursts forth with a more aggressive interpretation of the east coast hardcore sound we've come to expect from Those Who Fear, while offering a new musical range thanks to the addition of new drummer Jacob Wilder and the return of engineer Josh Schroeder at Random Awesome.
July's Indie Spotlight
Surrender by My Flesh May Fail is in the indie spotlight for July. Fans of Fit for a King, Creations, and Gideon will enjoy My Flesh May Fail's heavy riffs, intense breakdowns, and inspirational lyrical content. Their full-length album, "Surrender", can be downloaded for free via Bandcamp www.myfleshmayfail.bandcamp.com. Hailing from the South Jersey/Delaware County area, My Flesh May Fail is a six-piece hardcore band, dedicated to worshiping and spreading the Gospel of Jesus Christ. In the name of their mutual love for Christ, they openly declare their faith in their Savior while playing heavy, emotional music that brings honor to his name.