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There’s a rousing sort of heroism to Scott Stapp’s second solo album, rooted in both the verities of Christian faith and the sounds of post-grunge rock. Taking a break from his role as Creed’s frontman, Stapp grapples with moments of weakness and reaches out for redemption in these muscular, hook-laden tracks. Bone-crunching guitars and arena-shaking rhythms are matched by vocals filled with a gravitas tempered by vulnerability. The melodrama that helped make Creed a mega-act in the late ’90s is still very present here. The lead track, “Slow Suicide,” seethes with conflicted emotions underscored by self-incriminating imagery and a grinding tempo. The mood veers from the smoldering desperation of “Who I Am” to the dawning optimism of “New Day Coming” and the defiant bravado of “Hit Me More,” giving a palpable sense of spiritual conflict. “Jesus Was a Rockstar” is an especially potent slice of God-centered rock that struts and snarls as it extolls His name. Stapp closes with “Dying to Live”: a fervent pledge to God embedded in a classic power ballad.

Customer Reviews


Awesome fresh sound Scott!!! Can't wait for it to come out!!! Creed fan forever!!!

he's back

and it still rocks


Can't wait for this album to release!! I am a huge Scott Stapp fan and this should be great!!


Born: August 8, 1973 in Orlando, FL

Genre: Alternative

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

As the lead singer of Creed, Scott Stapp achieved great success but he also wound up as something of the whipping boy for post-grunge, receiving scorn for his guttural growls and rock star moves. He may have suffered innumerable slings and arrows but at the turn of the millennium, he was arguably the biggest rock singer in the United States, as Creed's first three albums -- 1997's My Own Prison, 1999's Human Clay, and 2001's Weathered -- all went platinum many times over as they generated hits like...
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