On Saturday, February 22nd, a lively crowd of people came out to The Majestic Ventura Theater in Ventura, California…
The Victorious Sky Tour with Alter Bridge, Skillet and Dirty Honey touched down at Toronto’s Rebel where attendees got to see three great performances for one reasonable price.
Christian rock band Skillet return with Victorious (Atlantic Records), a catchy, fast-paced and delightful tenth album.
Hayley Cramer, the phenomenally talented drummer for rock band Pop Evil, joins us for another edition of Women of Rock wherein shes runs down her top five female musical influences.
We’re counting down the TOP 10 songs from Memphis, Tennessee’s Christian rock group Skillet. Peruse the list to see which songs made the cut from the band’s massive catalogue.
Jen Ledger of Skillet puts down the drumsticks and picks up the microphone – the result, “Not Dead Yet”, is a top-drawer rock song about fighting on even when you’ve been kicked down.
Day two of Rock On the Range 2017 started off with more weather delays courtesy of a second storm cell looming over Ohio.
With ROTR and a summer run of dates supporting Korn, fans will get plenty of chances to see the Skillet live. John Cooper was most affable for this interview and seems genuinely eager to perform at ROTR!
Unleashed features a sound a little different than what we’re used to from Skillet, but if you’re a fan of electronic rock, this is definitely going to soon become a favourite of yours.
To say that Carnival of Madness 2013 was… well, Madness was an understatement. The crowd at the Stone Pony were all hyped up and into the music from the very beginning. Crowd surfing was at a minimum as Sevendust, In The Moment, Skillet, and headliners Shinedown all rocked the outside stage in Asbury Park. Stellar performances by all!
Skillet have just released the title track off their forthcoming album, Rise, which is available June 25th. The song “Rise” is part of the band’s first ever concept album, as singer John Cooper explains, “The narrative idea happened after we had 10 or 11 of the songs chosen. As we recorded them, we started to realize that there was something going on – that the album was really telling a story. Realizing that, I knew we needed to make it as powerful as we could.”