12 Songs, 46 Minutes


Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
47 Ratings

47 Ratings

ActiveHumbucker ,

Disciple 3.0

Man, normally I hate on bands for changing their sound but that's generally because the album or song is sloppy musically, lacking depth, and the overall sound and feel is just sold out, garbage.

This is a decidedly different album from disciple, however nowhere along the way do I feel like they just "sold out," but that they crafted and felt their way through each song and made sure it was a masterpiece, as disciple always does.

I'm sure the rest of the album is going to be just as good, if not better, and I can't wait to hear it. Looking forward to it. I haven't jammed to disciple since "Scars Remain," but just kinda distantly followed along, and I'm really liking how Kevin is handing off some vocal duties. The two voices go great together, I'm not sure if this is the first album it's been on or not. (Like I said, kind of only followed distantly.) 5 stars. Gonna preorder right now.

Jukathehairyone ,

This album makes me want to punch someone in the face!

Best album I’ve heard in 5 years by anyone.

dajesussmiled ,

Lost A Step

For those of you who are repeatedly saying "the old Disciple is back" or "this is different but heavy" have never listened to any of the early Disciple albums before O God Save Us All. This album is devoid of anything that resembles "the old Disciple" or the "heavy" elements that made Disciple stand out from the other Christian rock bands. I didn't think I could be more disappointed over a Disciple album than I was over Long Live the Rebels but this album proved me wrong. If you buy this album don't expect it to sound like the "old Disciple" because you will be disaapointed. If you are looking for a Disciple album that doesn't sound like Disciple musically then this is the album for you and please stop saying this album is heavy. Heavy it is not. Disjointed is a better term for happened musically on this album.

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