Band: Demon Hunter
Album: True Defiance
Gonna do a switch up on music for a little bit. For the next few weeks I'm only going to post Christian artists that I find to be actually good.
I feel I have made it very clear that I generally despise Christian media since the whole trend of settling for a slightly lesser product started strong in the 80s and 90s and is only starting to change recently.
One of the criteria I judge by is whether the group is a crossover success into the secular music scene. If a band manages to please both audiences they generally are a really solid act. There's opinion based objections to that rule of course, but all in all it's a solid rule of thumb.
One of the things that can keep a really solid Christian artist from being a solid crossover act is how open they are about their faith. Skillet is a solid example of stradleing the line. Their live shows are very obviously Christian events, but their music is solidly middle of the road enough to give them a fan base that spans both sides of the line rather nicly.
After that a lot of my sentiments are more opinion based, but I'll give you one tomorrow that'll offer a different option.
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