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Great debut...

Kids in the Way is one of those great Christian rock bands that aren't extremely popular, but are exceptionally good because they have their own unique sound, that sets them apart from the mainstream. In the case of Kids In the Way, their sound is something along the lines of alternative metal with a little bit of screamo. All of these song are pretty good, hard rocking guitars with passionate vocals and profound lyrics make this an excellent debut. If you're only going to get one song, I reccomend getting Phoenix With a Heartache, it's a great song that you'll listen to over and over again.


Kids In The Way will always be a favorite band of mine. I've loved EVERYTHING they've ever put out. I love Davey's voice and the songs are amazing. I've had the chance to meet them and they are very nice guys. I'm so glad they're back together!!

What a way to debut

I first found out about these guys through "Apparations of Melody" which was heavier and really good, so I bought this album for some more of that...and what I find is some softer songs that are just as good as their sophmore, so if you buy anything kids, buy this of Apparations, and if you already have one I'd strongly recomend the other


Formed: 1997 in Noblesville, IN

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s

David Pelsue (vocals), Nathan Ehman (guitar), and Eric Carter (drums) had all been playing together in various incarnations since their high-school days in Noblesville, IN, before forming Kids in the Way in 1997. The guys originally formed under a different moniker, but with the subsequent additions of guitarist Austin Cobb and bassist Nathan Hughes, a name change occurred and the quintet's time as Christian rockers Kids in the Way formally began. Combining their love of rock and screamo (the Smashing...
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