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    Christian metal and rock

    Yow ppl
    do u know sum christian bands i can listen to.
    i really like three days grace but they arent christian... if someone knows an equivalant plz let me know
    also im lookin for christian metal, without scremo and gruntin, i want to be able to understand the lyrics
    the best band i know so far is HB but i listened to them 2 much, someone know a band like them plz let me know

    thanks beforehand

    ToomB

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    Hello Toomb and welcome to the forum. I will see what I can dig up. meanwhile enjoy the excellent company here

    teddy

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    Hello and welcome to the forum. I don't know of any but some are listed here.

    http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=33269189999


    Margaret

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    Thx

    Thx margaret awesome pageknew only half orso¬Ö this will keep me listining sometime

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    Hi Toom

    Glad I could help, happy listening.


    Margaret

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    I know. Old thread, but there are few Christian bands that I like. Generally what I like are bands that are not focused on Christian music but do some Christian songs. I do like Bob Dylan's three albums when he was born again. I like all the Gospel songs by Johnny Cash. I like the old Gospel blues covered by Tom Feldmann. I really like the band, Stryper, a lot. Stryper pretty much does all Christian messages, but they don't consider themselves a "Christian Band" as they were rockers first and always will be rockers, but they were born again early on and so their lyrics reflect that. Way better than most "Christian bands."
    Last edited by Florestan; Jan-28-2019 at 04:05.

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    I'm seeing MrToomB from Gorinchem, when I don't know where that is.

    This video shows a young Canadian man and wife who tour as a Christian band, from the western prairies.
    The husband plays bass for some of my favorite songs, but this is about a church appearance.
    Many churches in Canada have big screens to show the words so people can sing along,
    and rock instruments being used as a band instead of a choir is popular.

    This couple have CDs out, tour with a drummer and other musicians,
    and they have a podcast for an hour and a half where they talk about their lives with guests.
    I subscribed to them for over three years, looking around all the churches they played in.
    A song Bob Dylan wrote, "Any day now, any day now, I shall be released", could be a hymn.
    Stryper is Christian rock, even if they have to lash out at you and leave stripes to get their message across.



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    This band - Jerusalem - has a nice sound, in my opinion.

    Carrying a torch for Classical Music...

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