Rock News Roundup 151

Hey rockers and welcome back to this week’s rock news roundup! Check below to see what your favorite rock artists are up to this week. 

Set For The Fall dropped their latest single “Product of Pressure”. This is definitely a song ya’ll should put in a gym playlist to get yourself moving. Headbang to it below!

Behold The Beloved announced an acoustic reimagining EP “No Surrender: Hope Will Arise”.  This acoustic EP is coming out on June 23rd. They are releasing the acoustic version of Trenches off the EP on May 12th. Check out their post about that here!

TheoTerran revealed their teasers have been about a single coming out on May 12th called “Empty”. Check out a snippet of the song here!

Wilder Woods released a stripped down version of “Be Yourself”. Check it out below!

Stephen Stanley released a rock version of his song “Rest In The Father”. Check it out below! 

Old School Christian rock band from the 80’s and 90’s Split Level has come back to release a remixed and remastered 25th anniversary version of their live album. Find out more info on the band and listen to the album here or go here for ways to listen on spotify and deezer.

Disciple‘s new album “Skeleton Psalms” was released. In my opinion it is Disciple’s best work to date! The band created a poll to determine which songs were the fans top 3 favorites. You can see the results of the poll here! If you haven’t already, check out the album via here. (Honestly, ya’ll should have checked it out by now so get on that!)

Disciple releases brutal new single ‘The Executioner,’ announces full-length album Skeleton Psalms

Switchfoot just dropped a reimagined version of their album “the beautiful letdown”(our version). Check out their post here to learn more about this album and check out the youtube playlist below to listen!

Speaking of Switchfoot, this week’s throwback song is Dark Horses by Switchfoot. This is still my favorite song by them to this day.

That ends this week’s rock news roundup. I hope you all have a great rest of your week and may God bless and keep you all!

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