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Audio Adrenaline: ‘Sounds of the Saints’ album review
3.5 Overall Score

Label:

Fair Trade Label Group

For Fans Of:

Mercy Me, Stellar Kart, Hawk Nelson

We Like:

"Love Was Stronger"

Audio Adrenaline: ‘Sounds of the Saints’ album review

Continuing a legacy of championing the cause of the orphan, as well as good-old-fashioned rock and roll, Audio Adrenaline is back with a new lineup and a new album. You’ll notice more of a pop-pep in their step compared to previous versions and recordings of the band, but the foundations are still there. New front man Adam Agee (Stellar Kart) brings a brighter vocal and a crispy musical feel to Sound Of The Saints. This is most evident on “Love Was Stronger,” with a buoyant chorus and distinctly pop-driven melody. The streamlined sound is definitely aimed at a younger audience, as experienced on the opening track “Move”—but its ESPN highlight infused timbre will catch their core fans in addition to tunes “So Can I” and “World Changers.” Though this is a departure from their grittier, earlier works, producer Seth Mosley has crafted a collection that’s got a lot to love. Above all, the new editions intend to carry the torch for who and what Audio A has long stood for, and that’s a great thing.

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About The Author

Grace Aspinwall
Contributor

Grace Cartwright Aspinwall has been involved in the music industry since the age of sixteen, when she became the street team director for Crosseyed Concerts. She also completed a six month internship with Innerstar Studios, a booking agency for hard rock Christian acts. In 2006, Grace took a position with Christian Music Planet magazine as a freelance music critic, offering her a way to influence the music world through writing. When the magazine went online in 2006, she was given a freelance position at CCM magazine.