Skillet drummer's solo project

2018-04-10 by Nat S. | 25 Comments
Skillet drummer Jen Ledger is set to release her debut solo EP, LEDGER, this coming Friday. The EP's lead single, "Not Dead Yet", can be streamed below.


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YungEarnYourStripes
April 10th 2018
37 Comments


I always liked her voice, but this isn't good

Friday13th
April 10th 2018
6579 Comments


It's okay. Sounds like Fireflight.

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Sinternet
April 10th 2018
17583 Comments


song is meh but girls with that hair are my achilles heel hot damn

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sempiturtle
April 10th 2018
1518 Comments


Yeah sounds like some Fireflight/Flyleaf type thing but it's kinda meh

SandorClegane
April 10th 2018
206 Comments


I am dissapointed this isn't called "Banging on a Frying Pan, Drumming on a Heat Light"

Lucman
April 10th 2018
1303 Comments


I'll take it over Skillet any day but yeah it's nothing too special.

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Eons
April 10th 2018
1918 Comments


Good for her getting out of that terrible, terrible band.

MrButterfingers
April 10th 2018
122 Comments


I thought it was pretty enjoyable. It's relentlessly pop, but is ok.

wwf
April 10th 2018
6171 Comments


Eh/10

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GetLow
April 10th 2018
3411 Comments


Her voice reminds me of Lights'.

AlexDomino
April 10th 2018
5 Comments


why is this news

bloc
April 10th 2018
53082 Comments


Damn haven't heard Fireflight and Flyleaf in years

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Friday13th
April 10th 2018
6579 Comments


@Eons it's just a side project.

someguest
April 10th 2018
29865 Comments


It sounds like Flyleaf.

Eons
April 10th 2018
1918 Comments


Uh, it's news because it's music news and that's a big part of the website. Did you know, it's called 'Sputnikmusic'?

Point1
April 10th 2018
350 Comments


this sounds like it should be playing over a halo 3 video

kaparoni
April 11th 2018
326 Comments


Nothing special but I like it . It's good

GiantSpeck
April 11th 2018
294 Comments


Never really liked her as a backup singer for Skillet. I always preferred Korey's vocals, even though she only got to really show them for Comatose.

NewBallistics
April 11th 2018
858 Comments


Skillet was only good when Lori Peters was in the band imo.

ButtBoy
April 11th 2018
1010 Comments


lol

BlackMalachite
April 11th 2018
3711 Comments


Literally a second rate Flyleaf

JWT155
April 11th 2018
14178 Comments


Flyleaf. Now that is a band I haven't heard of or thought of in over a decade

SitarHero
April 13th 2018
7198 Comments


Something about this chick's enunciation really weirds me out. It's like she doesn't finish any of her words.

MetalSoliloquy
April 13th 2018
14 Comments


It's because she's British.

SitarHero
April 13th 2018
7198 Comments


I doubt it's because she's British. In the history of rock music I've never heard someone enunciate (or fail to) the same way she does.



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