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Album Review

The band's evolution away from post-grunge toward adult alternative that began on Iris to Iris continues on this disc. The self-titled effort suggests that the band, now down to a trio and with a new record label, has found its own niche. For the most part this is the case, with a bigger yet catchier sound that poses a surprisingly appropriate alternative to emo-rock. Step by step, Building 429 have developed into one of the Christian scene's most accessible rock outfits, with tracks like "Bring Me Back," "Erase," and "End of Me" contributing to the end result.


Formed: 1999 in Fayetteville, NC

Genre: Inspirational

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

With a name taken from Ephesians 4:29 ("Do not let any unwholesome talk come out of your mouths, but only what is helpful for building others up"), Building 429 are committed to music as much as message. Led by vocalist/guitarist Jason Roy, in its early days the band also featured bassist Scotty Beshears, guitarist Paul Bowden, and drummer Michael Anderson. In 2004 the band made an immediate impression on the CCM community, watching its debut EP, Glory Defined, and its title track single hit the...
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