Christ’s Sake officially joins the Thumper Punk Records family of bands, and re-releases its debut album “Christ’s Sake” in advance of their upcoming second album later this year. Christ's Sake delivers their classic Orange County old school punk sound with melodic hooks and driving rhythms, which are contrasted uniquely harmonic vocal arrangements. Band members include founding member Lance Hendren (guitar, vocals), Vince Morales (drums), Matt Kilian (lead guitar), Dillon Hendren (backup vocals), Sandra Calvillo (backup vocals), and former member Zach Rogers on (bass guitar). The band was formed by formed by singer songwriter guitarist Lance Hendren, who is also founding member of Huntington Beach punk veterans OCA. He acquired the drummer of OCA, Vince Morales to play drums for Christ's Sake after he had written a few songs for the new project. They were joined by Lance's son Dillon, then Sandra, then Matt Kilian who plays a fierce lead adding a dynamic that stands on its own. Original bass player Zach Rogers has since departed the band moving to Texas, but new bass player Matt Vangalapudi has since joined the band with a smooth transition. The band writes about life's pains and what God has done for them and can do for you too. Whatever it may be either from drugs, alcohol, abuse, emptiness or loneliness, Jesus is there for you. Tracks include:
1. Jesus Is Calling
2. Lift Up
4. So Fine
6. I Need My Lord
7. I Pray
8. My Jesus
10. Find My Way Out
12. Fill Me Up
13. Set Me Free
Total time: 42:24. Originally released October 2012. You can learn more about the band at:
Thumper Punk Records (www.thumperpunkrecords.com) helps artists record, produce and distribute music that reflects a positive, Christ-centered message. CDs are now available through the Thumper Punk Records webstore, and digital downloads are available at http://thumperpunkrecords.bandcamp.com/album/christs-sake and through iTunes and other major digital distributors.
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