roCk releases 02.05.2013 ReD ReLease The paNIC eSSeNTIAL ReCoRDS/ PRoVIDeNT ReD Who We aRe: The Red aNThoLoGY eSSeNTIAL ReCoRDS/ PRoVIDeNT THoSe WHo FeAR uNhoLY aNGeR FACeDoWN ReCoRDS/ PRoVIDeNT PLuMB Need You NoW CuRB ReCoRDS/WoRD THe LeTTeR BLACK RebuILd TooTH & NAIL ReCoRDS/ eMICMG All release dates and album titles are subject to change. For the most up-to-date release schedule click here. 02.26.2013 roCk hearts oF saints Capital kings Capital Kings (Gotee) FOR FANS OF: TobyMac, Owl City, Mute Math QQQQ The latest release from Gotee Records should match the energy and appeal of their flagship artist, TobyMac, and it’s no surprise the icon appears on the Capital Kings debut. “We Belong As one” sounds like a Mute Math outtake and should become an instant hit. owl City fans will love “All The Way.” other guests like Britt Nicole and Royal Tailor will keep fans interested in the entire package. –Matt Conner WE LIKE: “We Belong As One” Jason truBy our Time here (Independent) FOR FANS OF: Phil Keaggy Few Jason Truby fans could have predicted the shift on his latest album, Our Time Here. The longtime guitarist for Living Sacrifice and PoD has traded his electric for an acoustic, yet it’s clear his acumen translates across genres. Phil Keaggy appears on “Here With Me,” the album’s best track. –Matt Conner WE LIKE: “Here With Me” CCMMagazine.coM For all of us (self-released) FOR FANS OF: Jesus Culture, The Killers, Abandon QQQQ Following 2010’s self-titled triumph, Hearts of Saints ups the artistic ante with a double-disc split between its stadium-worthy modern rock leanings and affinity for catchy yet thought-provoking corporate worship tunes. Not only does the band sound right at home in either atmosphere, but both discs overflow with anthems that are just as likely to connect on the ra- dio as a Sunday morning service. –Andy Argyrakis WE LIKE: “Battle Cry” red Release the panic (Essential, Sony) FOR FANS OF: Hinder, Saving Abel QQQ QQQQ Few releases are as anticipated in 2013 as the latest from Red, and Release the Panic lives up to the hype. The band worked with super- producer Howard Benson to craft an explosive package that’s both intense yet insightful. “Perfect Life” is an ideal lead single to signal the change, but “The Moment We Come Alive” anchors the album. –Matt Conner WE LIKE: “The Moment We Came Alive”