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Monday, December 29, 2014

Top Anticipated Albums for 2015

2014 has come and gone.  Now, it’s time to take a look at another year of music.  This post features my top anticipated projects for 2015.  First, I go through my top ten confirmed releases for next year.  I have also included various websites and links for those of you who are looking for more information.  Then, second, I also list some of the groups who are rumored to be releasing new music.

Confirmed Albums:

10.  Mat Kearney – Just Kids (February 24, 2015)

9.  Decyfer Down – TBA

8.  Falling Up – TBA

7.  Aaron Gillespie – Grace Through the Wandering (February 3, 2015) 

6.  Fireflight – INNOVA (May 5, 2015) 

5.  Pillar – One Love Revolution 

4.  House of Heroes – TBA 

3.  Haste the Day – TBA

2.  Red – Of Beauty and Rage (February 24, 2015) 

1.  Children 18:3 – TBA

For this second group of artists, none of them have confirmed upcoming albums or sent out any official press releases.  Instead, this list features various groups who have either been promising a new record for a while or they have issued a few, cryptic posts about the possibility of new music. 

9.  Since October

8.  Veridia 

6.  Emery 

5.  Ashes Remain 

4.  The Letter Black 

3.  Stellar Kart 

2.  Lacey Sturm 

1.  Write this Down

Overall, these two lists feature the main albums that I cannot wait to buy in 2015.  Right now, it is shaping up to be another great year in Christian rock.


  1. Haste the Day's 'Coward' and Fireflight's 'Innova' are pretty rad albums :-)

    1. I haven't heard Fireflight's newest record yet, but I love Coward. It will definitely be one of my top ten albums of 2015. Thanks for reading and commenting!

  2. Found your blog after discovering thousand foot krutch like 2 days ago, I love Christian music for the messages it holds and rock has gotta be my favorite type of music, so combining the two would make my favorite genre I guess haha, anyway I've been looking around on your blog and you seem to be quite the authority on Christian rock, can you recommend any bands that are like TFK, thanks and God bless

    1. I am glad that you were able to stumble on my blog. As you can probably tell, I too am a huge fan of Christian rock!

      If you enjoy Thousand Foot Krutch, then there are quite a few other bands that are similar to that style of hard rock. Skillet, Pillar, Red, Disciple, Flyleaf, Decyfer Down, Nine Lashes, Seventh Day Slumber, The Letter Black, Sent By Ravens, and We As Human are all great bands to check out. Take care and keep listening to Christian rock!