Skillet’s latest explodes with faith-fueled hope and determination amidst the struggles we face in a burning, broken world.
Skillet’s first new music in more than two years pulls no punches as the band reminds us that we’re “more …
Nihilistic despair overpowers the philosophical musings here. In the end, we are left with only violence and hopelessness.
Album spent its first week at No. 3
“Butterfly,” the first single from this million-selling Top-10 CD, topped the chart.
Despite modest chart success, the band has sold millions of CDs to a loyal fan base since 1990.
Peaked at No. 9
This Massachusetts metalcore act’s fifth studio album (and second self-titled effort) debuted at No. 7 on Billboard’s album chart.
Top-20 pop disc
No. 1 debut. The hit “Inside the Fire” topped the mainstream rock chart.