Multi-Platinum Christian rock band Skillet continues to rake in more RIAA certifications with “Monster” being certified 3x Platinum and "Hero" receiving 2x Platinum certification. "Monster" remains one of the most-streamed rock songs of all-time with over 3 billion global audio streams.
Multi-platinum and twice GRAMMY-nominated supergroup Skillet is currently out on the Victorious Sky Tour with Alter Bridge. CCM Magazine's Chelle Propst captured these photos of their set in Columbus, Ohio on September 27th.
Z2 Comics is launching multi-platinum rock band Skillet's New York Comic Con (NYCC) debut in a big way in support of their brand new, best-selling graphic novel, EDEN: A Skillet Graphic Novel. In addition to #NYCC news, Skillet's current rock track "Legendary" has been tapped as the official theme song for WWE's RAW on USA Network.
Flyleaf vocalist Lacey Sturm went from being an atheist who hated Christians to spreading the gospel around the world. The Christian rocker sat down with us in Nashville last night to talk about helping out Skillet earlier this year, her devotional series, the possibility of a movie based on her life and more!
After temporarily selling out at Amazon, multi-platinum rock band Skillet's debut graphic novel, EDEN:A Skillet Graphic Novel, is poised to be Z2 Comic's best-selling book of all time. Already being called a 'must-read for comic and music fans alike,' (Age of the Nerd), the book is one of Amazon's top new releases and falls on the heels of the release of the critically acclaimed, Grammy-nominated band's No. 1 Rock Album, Victorious.
Christians can sometimes feel like that near-beaten boxer, the bloodied and staggering Sylvester Stallone at the end of every Rocky film. Yet when Skillet’s John and Korey Cooper sing/shout the anthemic chorus to “Victorious,” the title track off this the band’s latest full-length effort, it creates the kind of adrenaline rush that propels Rocky to victory in the final round of (nearly) every fight.... Read more
John Cooper from Skillet recently posted on his Facebook page his personal response and thoughts on what is happening in the Christian culture in light of some recent events in the faith community. While some of his thoughts are about a very specific issue, many of them point to a possible larger trend of even schism in the church-faith-worship music culture.