Nashville’s Christian rock band, Rusty Shipp, is set to release its latest album, Liquid Exorcist, on Thursday, November 7th. The concept album, which tells the story of sea mine terrorism in the 1940’s, has already spawned three singles with music videos (taking place on a submarine), and gained acclaim from CCMmagazine.com.
Christian rock band Rusty Shipp has released a new single and video from it's upcoming new album, Liquid Exorcist. "Detonator" continues the bands nautical, hard surf rock theme with a fun new lyric video.
Christian rock group Rusty Shipp has released a new video for it's submarine-crew-version of "Show Me How To Live" originally performed by Audioslave and recorded in honor of the late Chris Cornell. "Show Me How To Live" is from the upcoming new album Rusty Shipp album, Liquid Exorcist.
Now the Rusty Shipp crew has released this version of "Show Me How To Live"—originally performed by Audioslave and recorded in honor of the late Chris Cornell. This version can be found on Rusty Shipp's new album Liquid Exorcist. This is the Best Thing I Heard Today!...check it out!
Christian rockers, Rusty Shipp have created a sound they call 'Nautical Rock ‘n’ Roll.' The Nashville based band stopped by the #CCMmag Café last week to show us exactly what means. Check out this acoustic performance of their lead single 'Breaking Waves!'
Following press & radio acclaim for their 2017 debut album Mortal Ghost, Nashville Christian rock/grunge band Rusty Shipp is back with an expanded line up and new single "Breaking Waves." The driving slice of anthemic alt-rock is the best example yet of their ability to weld visceral power chords to pop melodies.