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True you can get this album for free if you want, or you can toss the guys from showbread a few bones as thanks for another great album. They give their albums away for free as a ministry, but I'm sure they would appreciate the % of $ they get from iTunes with your cheerful giving. (don't be such a tight wad)

The other side of Raw Rock

If you're a long time fan of Showbread and are used to the fast, spastic, screaming stuff.... boy, are you in for a change. This album is like no other they have done. No screaming. None. Not even a little bit. But once you put aside all your presuppositions, this album is actually pretty great! I like this side of Raw Rock.


The best yet! It's quiet. So if you're a fan of the Showbread of the past, and are expecting something heavy, be prepared! This sounds way different than anything you've ever heard from them. The heaviest songs would be: "Myth of a Christian Nation" and "I Never Liked Anyone And I'm Afraid of People." And they are way different from the heavy Showbread of the past. I've had it for about a week or two because I got an advanced download by donating to Kickstarter so I've heard it all the way through a few times. Definitely get's 5 stars from me.


Formed: Savannah, GA

Genre: Alternative

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

Christian-minded post-hardcore outfit Showbread is known about as much for their fashion sense (often sporting matching red and black outfits) as they are for their spastic, self-described "raw rock" music and energetic live show. Hailing from Savannah, GA, the seven-piece band comprised vocalists Ivory Mobley and Josh Dies, lead guitarist Matt Davis, bassist Patrick Porter, guitarist Mike Jensen, drummer Marvin Reilly, and keytar player John Giddens. They self-released two EPs in 2001, Human Beings...
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