Sister Beauticore Trio GFM Premieres “Where Were You" Music Video at HM Magazine

Rock News Roundup 57

Welcome back rockers to another round of rock news roundup! Read below to find out what the Christian rock community is up to this week.

Skillet shared a new podcast in which they give us a peak into being back on the road touring! Check it out below.

Seventh Day Slumber announced they will be back on the road for the “Recovery Tour 2021”. You can look below to see which cities they have already booked and then go here for information on the states they are looking to still get booked! This is a free tour and you can email Lori at lori[at] for booking.

Switchfoot premiered their new music video for “I Need You (To Be Wrong)”. Check it out below!

Ocean Dark announced their new album “Hope & Chaos” will be out on June 11th. You can check out their post about it here and then pre-order it here now!

Buried Above released their brand-new song “The Nations Fall” which features Josh Bramlett of The Protest. In the info of the video it says “The Nations Fall is a testament of Faith in The Creator who guides the world, and a call to action. Our buildings will crumble, our writings will fade, but our God is, was, and always will be.” Check out the video below and get ready to headbang!

White Collar Sideshow shared a visually creative music video for “My Warped Places” earlier this year. Check it out below!

Aseity is announcing something tomorrow. Check out their post about it here and make sure you tune in!

GFM is premiering something on HM Magazine. Any guesses? We think it’s probably something to do with their new song “Where Were You”, but we will have to wait and see! Take a look at the teaser clip here!

And that’s all for this week! I pray you all have a great rest of your week and I hope to see you back here next week!

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