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Delivering their most commercial record to date, the 2008 release of Southern Hospitality marries accessible melodies along side their signature hard hitting rock sound. Disciple uses their triumphs and failures to craft songs that challenge, confront and comfort us in our faith. Includes the future hit songs, 'Come Home', 'Southern Hospitality' and 'Across The Fire.' Produced by Travis Wyrick (P.O.D, Pillar, tobyMac, Superchick). In their 14 years together, Knoxville, Tennessee band Disciple have matured from an aggressive Metal band to a quartet with a strong sense of melody and penchant for the unexpected.
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Label:  Sony
Release Date:  October 21, 2008
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review by . September 24, 2009
posted in Music Matters
I've been a Disciple fan for some time now. With each album they've released, I've been more and more impressed. That goes for their latest album as well. "Southern Hospitality" is driving, bottom-heavy rock n' roll coupled with powerful ballads that don't slack off from the rest of the album.    The title track opens things up, giving the listener a wake-up call. From there, three more pulse-pounders, including the anthemic "321," drive home Disciple's message. After that, the …
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