Overview 1. Hypnotized 2. Bring Me Down 3. Holding On 4. Let It Out 5. Simply 6. Rewind 7. Frontline 8. Underneath It All 9. Dirty Little Secret 10. Staring Back 11. One Thing 12. Aftershock
Record Label Flicker Records
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 5.14" Width: 5.6" Height: 0.38" Weight: 0.21 lbs.
Release Date Jun 15, 2004
Publisher PROVIDENT MUSIC DISTRIBUTION
ISBN 190100239X EAN 9781901002393 UPC 660518263108
EVERYBODY WITH YOUR FIST RAISED HIGH, LET ME HEAR YOUR BATTLECRY TONIGHT!!! Mar 30, 2007
This is my favorite purchase of the last few years. This album doesn't get old with me. It is great hard rock from beginning to end, and it's definitely Pillar's best work. I also have Fireproof and The Reckoning, and I love those albums, but this collection of songs is on another level of greatness. Perfect hard rock with a great message. All rock fans should own this cd.
UNBELEIVABLE Mar 29, 2007
I am about to buy this CD, but first i must say this- THESE GUYS ROCK, They have a great mix of Metal/Rap/Hard Rock as a band total. I dont like rap, or Screamin' bloody murder kind of music so much, but the way they entwine it into their music just works! The album before this (Fireproof) was more rap than rock. If you are interested in "Pillar" albums, this is probabaly their best-( unless they ,make better ones in the future) For you metal/rappers out there- get "Fireproof" Daniel E (age 15)
Straight-Ahead Hard Rock Mar 24, 2007
This is the first Pillar album that I've ever purchased. In fact, whenever I bought it, I had never even heard of them or any of their songs. I just happened to be in a Christian bookstore buying an old Petra album and decided that I'd "modernize" my Christian rock catalogue. "Where Do We Go From Here" turned out to be a perfect choice. I was very surprised at the musicianship of this band. I was also surprised at how heavy they actually are. There music is somewhere along the lines of groups like Saliva, Disturbed, or even P.O.D. (although there isn't quite as much rap on this album). Although sticklers of the "Jesus Quota" will not like what they hear on this album, Pillar's music is nonetheless uplifting and, more importantly for a father of a five-year-old, clean. Even though I'm a Christian (Catholic if you want to get technical), I enjoy my rock music. The only problem is that bands like Velvet Revolver can't be and shouldn't be played around youngsters. Pillar gives me my rock outlet without having to cover my daughter's ears all of the time.
The best song on this album in my opinion is "Frontline." It has an anthemic, shake-your-fist attitude to it. Other standouts include "Hypnotized," "Aftershock," and "Bring Me Down." The entire album rocks very hard excepting "Rewind," which slows thing down a bit. Still, this is a wonderful album to have in your collection whether or not you're a Christian. I love my old Petra, Whiteheart, and PFR albums, but Pillar has secured their own spot in my Christian music rotation with "Where Do We Go From Here."
One of the Best Rock groups in this era, if not the BEST Dec 9, 2006
I was fortunate and blessed enough to witness Pillar in concert, for their Day of the Reckoning tour last December 2, 2006.
They rocked the place like there is no tomorrow. They belted out new songs from their new album "the Reckoning" which is, by the way, on my holiday wish list, but the hits fom this album just blew everybody away.
Stand out songs are Frontline, Hypnotized, Simply and Bring me down. All best heard live on stage. This CD is great too BTW.
Pillar is a group of awesome guys who are great at what they do. Noah is a great guitarist, Kalel is passionate with his wicked bass, as their drummer Lester just hammers away. Rob has a great set of vocal chords he puts in to good use with his passionate singing. Most of all they work in harmony to bring the best rock music,not just christian music, to the world. Their lyrics amd musicianship are outstanding.
Needless to say, I highly recommend this album to every music lover, Christian or otherwise.
Not into rock-rap but... Sep 15, 2006
I am not really into the Linkin Park/Limp Bizkit style of music but Pillar's songs has the musicianship that I believe carries the genre to a whole new level. And the lyrics and music are serious and not just the "rah-rah God" stuff. This is my first CD from this band but this CD makes me want to buy more of their repatoire.