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The eclectic mix of muscular hard rock, brutal metal, and melodic balladry on O God Save Us All reaffirms why Disciple has survived and thrived for two decades. Vocalist Kevin Young leads his comrades through a bracing set of tunes that show off the band’s full sonic range while keeping its lyrics rooted in Christian faith. Disciple has always combined intense delivery with accessible songwriting, and this set is no exception. For those who admire the group’s '90s releases, songs like “Unstoppable” and “RIP” should satisfy any fan’s hunger for raw aggression. Young lets his snarling side take full control on “Kings,” the album’s most searing track. On the spectrum's other end are such radio-friendly ballads as “Draw the Line” (a celebration of spiritual surrender embellished by Micah Sannan’s chiming guitar lines) and “Trade a Moment” (a love song with both earthly and heavenly resonance). The hard-charging “Outlaws” and the uplifting “Beautiful Scars” have the ring of classic Christian rock anthems. Taken together, O God‘s tracks are a sustained testimony of belief delivered with a winning combination of ferocity and finesse.

Customer Reviews


I really thought "Horseshoes and Handgrenades" could not be beat. Never underestimate Disciple's greatness.
EPICNESS! Rock on Disciple!
My favorites are Outlaws, Once and For All, and The One. amazing album.


In my opinion, from Disciple's self titled album and onward they have been getting better and better. I don't think they get the credit or fame they deserve because they are better than many bands out there. Especially the really popular ones. This album just may be there best yet. Draw the line sends shivers up and down my spine. I pray Disciple continues there journey with Christ successfully and never breaks up.


I demoed an older disciple album (Scars Remain) 5-6 years ago at a Christian Book and Gift store and passed on it. Just didn't care for them that much. Then over the last few months I've been hearing several of their songs on Air 1 radio, and really liked them. So I went back and looked up Disciple albums, and saw that "Horseshoes and Hand Grenades" and "O god Save Us All" were released since I last heard them many years ago. I've gotta say I'm impressed. Both of those albums are top notch. "O God Save Us All" is one of the best metal albums I've heard in a long, long time. Disciple has quickly rocketed to one of my current favorite bands. I can't recommend these 2 albums enough to any headbanger that has (or is trying to) transitioned from the emptiness of secular rock. The thing I love most about this band is that they take the attitude, sound and energy of a music style I love and put it to use for God's Kingdom. We can still be rebellious and have attitude... we just have to focus that rebellion on what is holding us back from a healthy relationship with Jesus, and Disciple does a masterful job of giving us hardcore rockers just that. Anyone looking for inspirational and meaningful lyrics backed my monstrous riffs and drums need to grab both this album and H&HG. I can't stop cranking up the volume and rocking out to both of them in their entirity.


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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