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Album Review

Just enough melody to get on the radio, just enough muscle to get the moshpit lunkheads bopping. Yep, that's a pretty well-worn formula utilized circa the early 21st century, as evidenced by bands such as Disciple and their 2006 release, Scars Remain. But unlike the majority of wide-eyed chart-topping hopefuls, the Knoxville, TN, quartet have been around for quite some time — their debut release hit the racks back in 1995. Despite their veteran tag, the music on Scars Remain doesn't sound much different than the multitude of other bands that hone in on the same style, sound, and approach. If mainstream rock is what you want, then you've come to the right place, as heard by the radio-ready rocker "Regime Change," the introspective melodic rocker "My Hell," the Linkin Park-esque "Game On," and the schmaltzy power ballad "After the World" (the latter of which would make Poison, Bon Jovi, and Mr. Big all green with envy). Quite professional, but not necessarily memorable.

Customer Reviews

pretty much amazing.

yes! got to meet these guys back in march at the hearts of the innocent tour with kutless, falling up, and stellar kart, and their name says it all: Christ first, music career second. but that doesn't mean their music is sub-par: these guys seriously rock. for any fan of stuff like the new kutless album but edgier, check it out. VERY FASTLY becoming my favorite group.

Solid Disciple

This is an excellent album, even if it doesn't quite live up to their previous effort (which is one of the best Christian rock albums I have ever heard). Disciple rocks as solidly as ever, and the lyrics are still very powerful. The slower cuts, "After the World" and "No End At All," are definite highlights, while "Regime Change" provides a great opening. "Game On" is anthemic and powerful. "Love and Hate" is great, and "My Hell" brings up an excellent set of points regarding God. The chorus of "Dive" is pretty much straight scripture and works very well. "Fight for Love" is a somewhat weak effort, and is the only real down point of the album in my opinion. The rest of the tracks are all pretty good, if not the greatest songs the band has ever made. Overall, a very good album.


i just stumbled on this band, but already, it has become my favorite. "Game On" is truly inspiring. All their songs contain extraordinary guitar skillz. No way you can hate them. Buy their cds, u won't regret it. They are amongst the best of the rising phenomenal Christian artists.


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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