Forming in 1998, STR were a powerhouse that blended punk rock, pop punk and hardcore with a devout Christian theme. Their latest release is "Hopes For Hire" and they disbanded in 2005 to pursue other projects.
Kathryn Scott, born in 1974 in Northern Ireland, is a Christian songwriter and worship leader, who has written songs such as 'Hungry' and 'At the foot of the cross' for the worshipping church. She released her first album, Satisfy, in 2003, and is currently working on a second project, which has been recorded, and due for release late this year. Brought up in Northern Ireland in a Christian environment, Kathryn discovered her talents for not only piano playing but also for singing.
There are at least two bands with the name Delirious?. One plays trance and another is an English Christian rock and worship band formed in 1993 in Littlehampton (UK). The lineup consists of Martin Smith on vocals and guitar, Stuart Garrard (also known as Stu G) on guitar and backing vocals, Jon Thatcher on bass guitar, Tim Jupp on keys and piano, and Paul Evans on drums and percussion (after previous drummer Stew Smith left the band to pursue his design work in May 2008).
Pantokrator was an christian band formed in autumn 1996. A number of demos were made, but it was not until 2001 - when the band released their self-financed EP "Songs of Solomon" - that things started to move. In march the same year Pantokrator made an appreciated concert at the Swedish "Bobfest" festival. They also appeared on national TV in a short report from this festival. Two wears later, Pantokrator was back at the same festival, this time to release their debut album - "Blod" (Rivel records).
There are 3 bands with the name Frail. 1) Frail was a highly influential early emotional hardcore band from Pennsylvania. They existed in the 90's, but have since broken up. 2) Frail is a five member band from Jyväskylä, Finland. Formed in autumn 2002 by singer-guitarist Tarmo and keyboard player Jukka, the band has already had many great achievements, including a sold out self-titled EP released in 2003.
The group was formed in 1980 on the spur of the moment before a concert with the song "First Day In Heaven" with Bill Gaither & Gary McSpadden of the Bill Gaither Trio, and Steve Green & Lee Young of the backup singers. Lee Young was dismissed in 1982, and Jon Mohr was hired as the new bass singer. They then recorded the album, Passin' The Faith Along. Later, tenor Steve Green left and Larnelle Harris was hired. This group cut the New Point Of View album before Mohr left.
Hundredth is... Chadwick Johnson - Vocals
Andrew Minervini- Guitar
Alex Blackwell- Guitar
Matt Koontz - Drums Hundredth is one of the most intense and emotionally-driven bands you will see in 2010. Their debut record "When Will We Surrender" features 13 tracks of desperation, each song melodically driven and packaged with pure honesty. Injustice fuels their righteous anger and that is apparent in the album's opening lyrics. Delivering a message of hope to those suffering, Hundredth aims to spread positivity through a scene that's been darkened by violence and negativity.
Recovery is Christian modern-metal band from Ukraine. It was founded at the beginning of fall 2006' in Kiev by Oleh Solace. Members
Solace - vocals
Dima - guitars
Miroslav - guitars
Saxar - Bass
Alex - drums Official Recovery band site: http://www.recovery-band.kiev.ua/
Embodiment 12:14 were an Australian metalcore band that were formed in the early '90s. Their CD, Inroads Out, is on rotation on Triple J after being voted 4th Best Australian Heavy Release of 2003.