Scars Remain: After the World Edition
Speaking to a generation in a way that few artists can, Disciple continues their mission of reaching a lost world with intense, driving, ferocious rock, leading the body of Christ into an explosive battle cry for The Cross. From the...
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Speaking to a generation in a way that few artists can, Disciple continues their mission of reaching a lost world with intense, driving, ferocious rock, leading the body of Christ into an explosive battle cry for The Cross. From the declarative anthem "Regime Change," to the raging charge "Game On," Disciple brings their hard-hitting message to the masses with Scars Remain.
1. Regime Change
- 1. Regime ChangeDisciple0:59
- 2. Love Hate (on And On)Disciple0:59
- 3. My HellDisciple0:59
- 4. Scars RemainDisciple0:59
- 5. Game OnDisciple0:59
- 6. SomeoneDisciple0:59
- 7. After The WorldDisciple0:59
- 8. DiveDisciple0:59
- 9. Fight For LoveDisciple0:59
- 10. Purpose To MelodyDisciple0:59
- 11. No End At AllDisciple0:59
- 12. Things Left UnsaidDisciple0:59
- 13. Love Hate (on And On) - AcousticDisciple0:59
- 14. After The World - AcousticDisciple0:59
- 15. My Hell - AcousticDisciple0:59
- 16. Things Left Unsaid - AcousticDisciple0:59
Disciple was formed in 1991 by friends Kevin Young, Brad Noah, and Tim Barrett in an attempt to spread the Gospel while playing the loud, metallic music they loved. Over the years, their style evolved into one similar to many secular alternative metal groups, as they toured churches, high schools, colleges, and similar venues. Their self-released debut, What Was I Thinking came out in 1995, followed by an EP, My Daddy Can Whip Your Daddy, on Warner Resound in 1997. Their sophomore full-length effort, This Might Sting a Little Bit, followed two years later on Rugged Records. By God followed in 2001 on the same label. 2003's Back Again found the band on a new label, the independent Slain Records. The group signed with Sony the following year and released Rise Up in June of 2005. Scars Remain arrived on the Integrity label in 2006.
Bio by Steve Huey, www.allmusic.com. Accessed 04.04.14