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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?

Silent Planet

Metalcore band Silent Planet have been around since 2010, but it is really in the last two years where they have begun to blow up.

In 2014, the band released The Night God Slept, and the record’s imagery and strong lyrical content was praised by almost everyone who heard it. What the band manages to do so well is create layers of a story in each of their songs, and make an art form that is both intellectual and a beautiful.

Silent Planet just started a complete North American tour with For Today, Fit For A King, Gideon, and Phinehas.

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