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Customer Reviews

Best Album of 2016

So let me start off by saying I'm a huge fan of HOH. I have every album, with The End is Not the End being my absolute favorite. Until I heard Colors. Since I was an Indiegogo supporter of this album, I got a digital download of it like a month before it officially comes out. It's their first official concept album (and the story is great btw). I was specifically impressed with the meticulous attention to detail in each song. There's something unique in every song and it just doesn't get old (I've listened to the album in its entirety about 6 times already lol). The vocal harmonies are better than ever (seriously, there's some crazy harmony in there; listen to the end of Pioneer and the second chorus in Matador). Guitars, drums, bass, just everything is basically perfect in this album. This is (in my opinion) the best album of 2016 thus far and is my new favorite from this band, which is saying a lot because I absolutely adored their previous works. Definitely get this one ASAP

Intersting

I loved teh album as a whole, likely my favorite of the year. Personally I felt WE Make Our Stars fell a bit flat, but that is forgivable.

Not sure yet about this one

Greetings from Tokyo. I may need to listen to this a few more times. These guys have much talent, but I think they missed it here.

I've been a fan since the 'No Tagbacks' days and they have made solid albums since they've been HOH. Most other albums were sure hits on the first take. This one is probably just a bump in the road.

Overall, lyrically it's not that creative and poetic. They repeat many of the same phrases throughout the album which actually irritates me a little. Musically it is ok. If they spent a few more weeks or months perfecting this album, maybe even a few week break and then reevaluated each song, maybe it would be better polished.

Dunno, just my two cents. Still forever a fan. I know they can improve. Too much talent here.

(The song that is going through my head right now, as I type this, is 'Out My Way') ha...

Biography

Formed: Columbus, OH

Genre: Rock

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

Based out of Columbus, Ohio, the guys of Christian rock trio House of Heroes originally came together as a punk-pop band called No Tagbacks. Comprising A.J. Babcock (bass/vocals), Colin Rigsby (drums/vocals), and Tim Skipper (vocals/guitar), the group built up a respectable grassroots following through constant touring. However, when various setbacks took place (problems with their record label and otherwise), the bandmembers took a step back and realized their punk-pop sound just didn't fit who...
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