12 Songs, 42 Minutes


The veteran rockers line up another set of anthems.

Mastered for iTunes


The veteran rockers line up another set of anthems.

Mastered for iTunes

Ratings and Reviews

4.5 out of 5
1.3K Ratings
1.3K Ratings

Skillet is back!!!!!

Feels Invincible is a great new classic pump up the volume Skillet rock song!!!



With every Skillet album I find myself more and more a fan. I can't wait for the full album release - until then, I'll have his on repeat.


loving the evolved sound

I'm a very big fan of Skillet. they've saved my life and helped me on so many different occasions. I personally LOVE Skillet's theme of fighting for your life and for what you believe. That's what you're doing in this world, you're constantly battling something. when "Feel Invincible" came out, I was so happy. the lyrics, though simple, were (and ARE) amazing and provide a message.
Yes, people may be disappointed with the new sounds of electronics in Skillet's music. but I've listened to almost everything by Skillet, and they've done this stuff before. Lots of their early stuff had some techno-y sounds and as time went on, they used less. They've gone back to using some, but if you actually really listen to the song, you can still hear the heavy guitar and drum that we all know and love.
Bands are always changing their sound. it's not that uncommon. They're choosing to express themselves in a new and different way. I am SO pumped to hear this new album.
this was not written by a fan that thinks that all things Skillet are perfect. yes, I'm a very avid fan, but I have listened to this new material a lot and have taken my time to really form my opinion on it. I listen to all sorts of music, ranging from metal core to k-pop. I love this new change for Skillet. Yes, some of you hate the new sound, but John, Korey, Jen, and Seth are not trying to please just you. Skillet has MILLIONS of fans, so of course some are gonna get let down. But they're doing what they think is a good sound for the band, and so we should all respect that.

About Skillet

Alternative CCM rockers Skillet formed in Memphis, Tennessee, around the nucleus of lead singer and bassist John Cooper, guitarist Ken Steorts, and drummer Trey McClurkin. Debuting in 1996 with a self-titled LP, the trio returned two years later with Hey You, I Love Your Soul. Invincible followed in early 2000, and the group contributed three tracks to the Ardent Worship: Skillet Live compilation that same year. With a new lineup of Cooper on bass and lead vocals, his wife Korey Cooper on guitar and keyboards, Ben Kasica on guitar, and Lori Peters on drums, Skillet released Alien Youth on Ardent Records in 2001, followed by Collide, also on Ardent, in 2003. The latter album was then picked up by Lava/Atlantic and reissued the following year with a bonus track. Collide went on to be the band's best-selling album to date (even earning a Grammy nomination), and Skillet supported the record on tours with bands like Saliva and Shinedown. Skillet's next effort for the label, Comatose, appeared in fall 2006, followed by Awake in 2009 and Rise in 2013. A compilation album, Vital Signs, was released in 2014 to introduce the band to European audiences. Skillet's ninth album, Unleashed, followed in 2016 and was bolstered by a deluxe version, Unleashed Beyond, which arrived in late 2017 and featured five new songs, including "Breaking Free" with Lacey Sturm. ~ Jason Ankeny & Steve Leggett

Memphis, TN




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