This blog is no longer active. My life has taken turns that have left me with no extra time or energy to devote to this blog's maintenance and the uploading of additional content. I do continue to receive and respond to comments on posts on the blog, through email, and on Facebook. I still love to listen to old Christian hardcore albums, as well as reminisce about and discuss these bands. I hope this blog continues to serve as a valuable resource on the subject, which keeps me bound to continuously replying to incoming emails with requests for downloads whose links on the blog are no longer functioning. This is no problem and I am happy to continue offering such a favor. If a link doesn't work then contact me.

All the music posted on this blog belongs to the artists. It's all on this blog for the solely to spark memories, discover Christian hardcore bands you never knew existed, and to be a reminder to go and search for and purchase these records! Please, if you enjoy any of the records featured here then try to get your hands on a physical copy. If you are associated with any band on this blog and would like me to either remove the links to downloads of your music or not be featured on this blog at all then please just email me.

Saturday, February 6, 2010

Even more Overcome...

Thanks to Guy for his uploads he has recently sent over to me, I can now share with everyone Overcome's The Life of Death five song ep released in 1998 on Facedown Records. This ep was one of the kickstarting records for Facedown Records' success in the hardcore scene. This particular record contains songs that would later be featured on More Than Death, which you can download from my first post on the band. Check it out. Thanks again Guy.

The Life of Death (1998 - Facedown Records)


  1. I'm assuming you know this, but Overcome is back together and has three new songs posted on their Facebook page. They will be playing Cornerstone this year too, and hopefully touring.

  2. Yeah, definitely stoked. I must admit, I was huge on his vocals in their old stuff, so I don't know...I hear it's good, I still need to check it out. I would rather them just play their old stuff constantly, I'd be all over that.

  3. this was the first release when the stinson roar started to sound weakened.