Multi-platinum and GRAMMY-nominated rock band Skillet deliver their 11th studio project, Dominon (Atlantic) out now.
Multi-platinum rockers Skillet announced that their new studio album, Dominion (Atlantic), will release January 14, 2022.
Multi-platinum and GRAMMY-nominated rock band Skillet has announced their long-awaited, first single in over a year, “Surviving The Game” (Atlantic).
Skillet, one of the best-selling rock bands of the 21st century who have garnered two Grammy nominations and are a member of the Pandora Billionaires Club, have announced Spring 2021 tour dates.
We are giving away copies of Skillet frontman John Cooper’s new book, Awake & Alive To Truth: Finding The Truth In The Chaos Of A Relativistic World, and you could be a winner!
In bold fashion, GRAMMY-nominated, multi-platinum rocker John Cooper is rebelling against relativism in his debut book, Awake & Alive to Truth (Finding Truth in the Chaos of a Relativistic World).
GRAMMY-nominated, multi-platinum rock band Skillet delivered what Cryptic Rock called an “epic” deluxe project, Victorious: The Aftermath (Atlantic) last week, exciting fans and media alike, with American Songwriter remarking how they “keep rocking harder,” and New Release Today remarking how it “helps ease the sting of a rough 2020.”
Today, multi-platinum and GRAMMY-nominated rock band Skillet announced the upcoming, September 11 release of their Deluxe Edition project, Victorious: The Aftermath, simultaneously unveiling a pre-sale package that includes the album and their second graphic novel, EDEN II: The Aftermath (9/11/20).
Multi-platinum rock band Skillet has recently released “Save Me- Reimagined,” a new version of their latest rock single. The track was produced by the band’s own Korey Cooper and is now available on all DSPs.
Z2’s fall lineup continues to be revealed throughout the month, with some of the publisher’s most anticipated projects yet, crossing genres both musically and conceptually. Today’s announcement brings news that GRAMMY-nominated rockers Skillet will return to the post-apocalyptic world of Eden, as established in their 2019 graphic novel debut of the same name. Loudwire unveiled