Untombed Magazine - Top Christian Rock and Metal Albums of 2016

{Staff listed in alphabetical order by last name}

 

JEFF DE LOS SANTOSJeff

 

1. Malchus: The Evil House

2. Crimson Moonlight: Divine Darknes

3. Theocracy: Ghost Ship

4. Pÿlon: A Lament

5. Stairway: Power & Glory

 

DALE HUFFMANDaleH

 

1. Stairway: Power And Glory

2. Amos: Jade

3. Eden’s Way: Can’t Get Enough

4. Pÿlon: A Lament

5. Theocracy: Ghost Ship

 

SIETO KOOIJKERSieto

 

1. Switchfoot: Where The Light Shines Through

2. Disciple: Long Live The Rebels

3. Safemode: Colorblind

4. Relient K: Air For Free

5. Wolves At The Gate: Types & Shadows

 

ERIC STROTHEREricS

 

1. Forfeit Thee Untrue: Cremationem Jesus Lacrimam

2. Michael Sweet: One-Sided War

3. Death Requisite: Revisitation

4. Aggelos-: Silentium

5. Big Chris and D’Bare Bones Band: When Your Time Comes

 

JIM WILLISJimW

 

1. Theocracy: Ghost Ship

2. Eden’s Way: Can’t Get Enough

3. Big Chris and D’Bare Bones Band: When Your Time Comes

4. Pÿlon: A Lament

5. ApologetiX: (draw between) ‘Quilt’ & ‘Only a Glorified Cover Band’

 

 

 

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