Bio: Despite the name, Memphis May Fire are not from Tennessee, but rather Dallas, Texas, where everything is bigger and bolder. Unsurprisingly, the band’s musical output is extremely difficult to classify, having siphoned from the very best of its various post-hardcore / southern rock influencers to create something wholly unique; the result of which presents an unparalleled blend of elegance & a...
Dark Flag by Phinehas is in the album spotlight for the month of December. Released November 17, 2017 on Solid State Records, this is the band's fourth studio album and first since signing with Solid State Records as well as their first release following Drummer Lee Humarian's departure. .
"Dark Flag" is a concept album stemming from the atrocities committed by the Kim regime in North Korea. Says frontman Sean McCulloch, "This album isn't a political statement. This isn't a conservative or liberal agenda. 'Dark Flag' is about human rights and how precious and valuable life is."
The 12 track album features a guest appearance from Haste The Day vocalist Jimmy Ryan ("Communion For Ravens").
The Other Side by Scarlet White is in the indie spotlight for the month of December. Released on October 31, 2017, this is the band's third album. According to the band, "In May of 2017, we were in the studio recording our third, full length album. We put our hearts, our souls, every last bit of time, and resources into this album. This is what we consider to be our best album we've ever written. We used a lot of our own hardships in these lyrics and even used some stories from our fans."
Lost in the Smoke hit top 30 on Neilsen BDS Christian Rock Charts and spent several weeks there, peaking in the top 20.