10 Songs, 40 Minutes


Ratings and Reviews

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6 Ratings
6 Ratings


Enchantress Fairy

Amazing album! Love the story it is telling to the fans. Love all the songs on it & what each one that tells a great story. Phenomenal!

The Most Underated Band Today. Don't Miss Out on Them!


With each album, Enation gets better and better, and this is easily their best album. An amazing collection of rock songs with a hard edge, blending dark and hopeful, well thought out, extremely well written lyrics with Jonathan Jackson's exceptional, emotive vocal range.

Any fan of U2, Radiohead, even grunge rock music, will love this record. It has elements from all of these styles, blended to form a truly unique Enation sound. Anyone who is longing for edgy, smart, innovative rock and is tired of the songs in today's throwaway music landscape, you have to check out Enation and Anthems for the Apocalypse.

Must buy


This album is amazing! Jonathan Jackson is so talented. Love Enation!!

About Enation

Enation were formed in Battle Ground, Washington in 2002 by brothers Jonathan Jackson (vocals, guitar) and Richard Lee Jackson (drums), along with friends Daniel Sweatt (bass), Luke Galeotti (guitar), and Michael Galeotti (keyboards). Both Jackson brothers had flourishing acting careers in film and television going when the band officially formed, and while it is tempting to view their musical aspirations as an adjunct, both view acting and playing music under the same creative umbrella -- as a way to tell a story. Enation released an independent debut album, Identity Theft, in 2004, basing their sound on the anthemic pop template of bands like U2 and Radiohead, with Jonathan writing most of the material and serving as the frontman. Two more independent albums followed in 2007, Soul & Story, Vol. 1 and Where the Fire Starts, with a third, World in Flight, arriving a year later in 2008. That same year the albums Identity Theft and Where the Fire Starts were combined in a single package and re-released as Falling Into Sounds: The Early Sessions 2004-2007. In 2010, they put out the live album The Future Is a Memory: Live from the Northwest, and the studio LP My Ancient Rebellion followed in 2011. With their singer landing a recurring role on the ABC musical drama Nashville in 2012, Enation released 2014's Radio Cinematic on Loud-N-Proud Records as Jonathan Jackson + Enation. By then the band was down to the trio of the Jackson brothers and bassist Sweatt. Blame-Shifter followed in 2016 on the MRI label, and in early 2017 Sweatt left the group to spend more time in his base of Portland. The stormier, Greg Archilla co-produced Anthems for the Apocalypse arrived that summer on Hilasterion Records. ~ Steve Leggett