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Album Review

12 Stones' fourth studio album, Beneath the Scars, finds the Louisiana-based rockers primed and ready for mainstream rock radio. Stocked with some high-quality, hard-edged, fist-pumping anthems that blend social and political commentary with subtle themes of personal, and sometimes faith-based, responsibility, the band's first album for the Texas-based Executive Music Group impresses with stand-out cuts like "Infected," "Bulletproof," "One Thing," and "Bury Me." Beneath the Scars also sports its fair share of more melodic, acoustic-driven material like "Blind" and "Shine on Me," both of which are pleasant enough, but do little to distinguish themselves from the myriad other midtempo/power ballad offerings from contemporaries like Evanescence, Creed, and Three Doors Down.

Customer Reviews

Better with each album

I have been a fan since their inception as a band and with each new release I must say they have gotten much better. They have grown together into a cohesive unit and with each album their sound and lyrics become more polished and refined. For fans of Thousand Foot Krutch, Sent By Ravens and Three Days Grace.


They are awesome a great band keep making more song 12 stones best band ever


I haven't listened to a lot of music for a while but 12 Stones has always been one of my favorite bands and this album does not disappoint!


Formed: 2000 in Mandeville, LA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Vocalist Paul McCoy, bassist Kevin Dorr, guitarist Eric Weaver, and drummer Aaron Gainer were mostly still in their teens when they formed 12 Stones in the small New Orleans suburb of Mandeville, Louisiana. After performing no more than 12 live performances, they took their demo to New York City and performed at an industry showcase. The band ended up signing to Wind-Up Records to record its debut album with producer Jay Baumgardner. The album saw release in 2002, less than two years after the formation...
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