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Nearly two decades into their career, Disciple clinches their hold on the hearts of Christian rock fans with Horseshoes & Handgrenades. After returning to their Tennessee roots for 2008’s Southern Hospitality, the band goes for a broader-based sound in this collection of snarling rockers and searing ballads. Though they’ve tempered their sound over the years, Disciple has never retreated from its militant brand of metallic testimony — this time out, tracks like “Dear X, You Don’t Own Me” and “The Ballad of St. Augustine” spit defiance in the face of the Evil One. Lead singer Kevin Young wails righteously as he proclaims the power of salvation, backed by the twin-guitar assault of Andrew Welch and Micah Sannan. Ferocious riffage drives home “Shot Heard ‘Round the World” and spurs on the near-boogie tempo of “Battle Lines.” The album’s message of inner struggle and redemption reaches its climax on the string-draped “Worth the Pain.” This is spiritual warfare in the trenches, captured by a veteran band that knows the fight first-hand.

Customer Reviews

Amazing Album

I've never heard a Disciple album before Horseshoes & Hand Grenades but my friends kept telling me to check it out. I downloaded the album through Disciple's pre-order on their website. I wasn't expecting much so imagine my shock when I heard the epicness that is H&HG. Every song is beautifully crafted lyrically...some of the best Christian lyrics I've heard in a while. And the heaviness of songs like Shot, Ballad, and Battle Lines are just plain awesome. Dear X and Worth The Pain are more down to earth but equally as awesome.

The only song I didn't like was Collision. It seemed bland and lacking compared to the other tracks. But then again, it IS a near perfect record. If you've never heard Disciple (like me before this album) then I'd definitely recommend you check H&HG out. If you're into any sort of rock, you'll love this album.

BUY the CD

OH my goodness i love this cd,
Disciple did such a great job!
It's Clean Christian Rock/Metal
I was lucky to pre-order it so i got it three days early,
I have been listening to it ever since.
MY all time faveorite would have to be battle lines!!
Trust me you will be listening to this cd over and over again I know i have!
Buy this Album TODAY!!!

Amazing

Such an awesome album by these guys..I'm a big fan since I first heard them on the self titled album...this to me is some of their best work yet! God is alive in these guys and in the lyrics they write..it's awesome!! Great album!!

Biography

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s

Christian hard rock outfit Disciple was formed in 1992 by friends Kevin Young, Brad Noah, Tim Barrett, and Adrian DiTommasi (who would leave the band shorty after inception) in an attempt to spread the Gospel while playing the loud, metallic music they loved. Over the years, their style evolved into one similar to many secular alternative metal groups, as they toured churches, high schools, colleges, and similar venues. Their self-released debut, What Was I Thinking, came out in 1995, followed by...
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