Worth Dying For to release live album

Worth Dying For will return Feb. 7 with their third national release, Live Riot, recorded live at the Ammunition Conference in California. The Ammunition Records release is already receiving exposure from radio and the new music video for “The World Can’t Take It Away.”

Maintaining their aggressive rock sound with big guitars and driving loops, the band manages to capture worship like has never been captured on any previous album of Worth Dying For. “We have never stepped into the live worship recording before,” says Worth Dying For’s Christy Johnson. “For the first time, we get to interact with our fans and listeners and share what our worship to our creator is like in its most organic and raw form.”

BANDS TURNING TO KICKSTARTER – Thousand Foot Krutch is one of many bands that’s turning to Kickstarter to help fund their new albums.

The Canadian band is using the interactive site, where groups can help fund their creative projects by offering various packages to its fans, to raise money for its new album “The End is Where We Begin.”

And it’s worked. The band has raised over $105,000 for its estimated $40,000 project through its page on the site.

LOOKING FOR CONCERTS – The Malone University Department of Church Relations is accepting spring semester bookings for its two outreach teams. Interested churches, organizations, civic groups and schools may schedule the university’s drama team – Chancel Players – or its musical outreach team – New Vision – by contacting Tim Pitzer, director of church relations at 330.471.8434 or by e-mail tpitzer@malone.edu


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