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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Album Review | Dreaded Dale: Wayward EP

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Album Review | Grave Robber: Escaping the Grave

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Grave Robber: Escaping the Grave Reviewed by: Eric Strother   Grave Robber is Escaping the Grave after seven years. Well, there was the Straight to Hell EP back in 2014, but this is their first full-length album since 2011’s incredible You’re All Gonna Die. There’
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Album Review | Hand of Fire: Nuclear Sunrise

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Hand of Fire: Nuclear Sunrise Reviewed by: Eric Strother   Hand of Fire’s debut album, Nuclear Sunrise, is the album fans of old school Bay Area thrash are looking for. Crunching guitars, aggressive vocals, thunderous and driving drums, and a solid bassline are the be
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