5 Bands Leading the Charge on the Future of Christian Rock [VIDEOS]

It seems that Christian rock music comes in waves of every 5 to 10 years when a group of bands sweep onto the scene and dominate music. In the late 90s early 2000s it was P.O.D., Project 86, Blindside, and others. The mid 2000s saw Underoath, Haste the Day, As Cities Burn, and a slew of other hardcore bands. The late 2000s and early teens had more alternative groups such as RED, Skillet, and Flyleaf. So who is in the new class that will take Christian rock into the next few years?

Carman Licciardello Launches 'The History of Worship Part 1' GoFundMe; Singer Looks to Raise $200K

Legendary Christian artist Carman Licciardello is rasing money for his new project The History of Worship Part 1 on GoFundMe and is looking to raise $200,000.

TobyMac Honored as One of Nashville Lifestyle Magazine's 25 Most Beautiful People; 'This is Not a Test' Tour Begins Tonight

Legendary Christian artist TobyMac was honored as one of the Nashville Lifestyles 25 Most Beautiful People of 2015.

Christians Disagree on Aftermath of Oregon Shooting; Gov. Ramsey Says Get Guns, Rev. Schenck Says That's 'Not The Answer' [SEE HERE]

In a Facebook post last Friday, Tenn. Lt. Gov. Ron Ramsey responded to the mass shooting at Umpqua Community College in Oregon by saying that "fellow Christians" should consider getting a handgun carry permit to protect themselves. Ramsey provided a link on how to obtain a handgun permit at the end of his posting. That post was met with opposition by Rev. Rob Schenck, the president of the National Clergy Council and chairman of the Evangelical Church Alliance, who is a minister to top government officials in Washington. He says more guns is not the answer.




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