Skillet Album Stream

2009-08-26 by Dave de Sylvia STAFF | 22 Comments
Skillet's new album Awake is now available to stream in full to coincide with its August 25 release.

http://artists.ultimate-guitar.com/skilletmusic

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clumsydonkey
August 26th 2009
29 Comments


I hate when bands rerelease their last album again... What? It's not a rerelease? Damn. Fooled me.

Cesar
August 26th 2009
2732 Comments


Comatose was a very good album, but I don't care about this. Might listen if reviews are good.

Zip
August 26th 2009
5312 Comments


lol a christian band getting good reviews on this site, what a lie

Klekticist
August 26th 2009
1263 Comments


meh.

ScorpionStan
August 26th 2009
1900 Comments


lol a christian band getting good reviews on this site, what a lie


yeah totally Zippermouth, i've never seen ANY positive reviews for Thrice.

ShineOn75
August 26th 2009
242 Comments


pwnd

MrGlass
August 26th 2009
329 Comments


comatose was pretty lame, not expecting this to be any good. collide is a cool album though.

MusicinaBox
August 26th 2009
584 Comments


comatose was great, but I can only take so much before it sounds all the same. so ill stear clear of this.

Zip
August 27th 2009
5312 Comments


yeah totally Zippermouth, i've never seen ANY positive reviews for Thrice
You've never seen a positive review for Thrice? Are you blind?
Anyways, what does that have to do with this discussion?

WhiteWallStargazers
August 27th 2009
2647 Comments


sarcasm....

Zip
August 27th 2009
5312 Comments


No, really?

WhiteWallStargazers
August 27th 2009
2647 Comments


idk..maybe he WAS serious....you never know

ScorpionStan
August 27th 2009
1900 Comments


haha you'd better be kidding Zipper. i was disproving your post about Christian bands not getting positive reviews. you get my point, right?

Zip
August 27th 2009
5312 Comments


Of course I got your point, I choose to respond to your comment with pseudo-retardation

The Sludge
August 27th 2009
2169 Comments


(...sarcasm)

ScorpionStan
August 27th 2009
1900 Comments


just making sure. i was worried there for a sec, bro

Zip
August 27th 2009
5312 Comments


Just sayin, christian bands get a lot of negative hype around here.

ScorpionStan
August 27th 2009
1900 Comments


well the generic/cliche ones do, it's true. but there's some good ones: Thrice, mewithoutYou, As Cities Burn, August Burns Red, Emery, Anberlin, Maylene...all of those bands are pretty highly regarded here actually. but as a general rule, you're right.

EasternLight
August 27th 2009
2710 Comments


the description of this band makes me laugh so hard hahahahahaha

Motiv3
August 27th 2009
8979 Comments


ZIPPER GOT OWNED LOL

zarkinfrood42
August 28th 2009
154 Comments


Meh, I saw them once after they released Comatose. It was a decently entertaining show. Not the best ever, but not exactly bad or anything.

endlessartix
August 28th 2009
275 Comments


I think I'm one of the few people on this site that actually thoroughly enjoys them and feels no guilt for it.



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