10 Songs, 34 Minutes


Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
136 Ratings
136 Ratings

Rockford Is Proud!

To all of you guys in The Color Morale, thank you for making your home town proud. Its so crazy to know that a band from the town I live in has a record deal with Rise Records. You all have come a long way sense you started making music in "The Killer Apathy." For those of you who do not know that band name, it is what The Color Morale was called before they were signed. Keep making insane music and playing shows here in Rockford. We love you guys. God Bless!

Wake4Life 92


This album is AMAZING! You have to get it if you don't already. Each song is so good. They're such an awesome band. Stoked on the new album. They're scheduled to record in Janurary. Then will release the album a few months after that. GET STOKED!!!



I love this album. The singing is amazing and the screaming is tastefully done. Can't wait to buy the new album. Not going to check it out just going to hit "Buy Album."

About The Color Morale

Formed in 2005, the Color Morale are a metalcore band based out of Rockford, Illinois. Made up of vocalist Garret Rapp, guitarists Devin King, Aaron Saunders, and Ramon Mendoza, bassist Justin Hieser, and drummer Steve Carey, the band's sound features a strong emotional core fortified by intense, punishing fits of chugging metal. Signed to Rise Records in 2009, the Color Morale made their debut later that year with We All Have Demons. A second, My Devil in Your Eyes, followed in 2011 and found the band jumping on the Billboard Heatseekers and Christian charts (despite claims from the band that, while the members identify as Christians, they don't see themselves as a Christian band). Their third album, Know Hope, appeared in 2013. Following a spot on the Vans Warped Tour in 2014, the Color Morale joined the Fearless Records roster and released their fourth LP, Hold On Pain Ends, in 2014, which included the singles "Outer Demons" and "Suicide; Stigma," the latter of which featured guest vocals from We Came as Romans' Dave Stephens. In June 2016, the band issued a new single, "Walls," in anticipation of the release of their fifth studio long-player, Desolate Divine, which arrived later that August. ~ Gregory Heaney

Rockford, IL




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