Hear the New CD, See What They're Saying
Sun., Jun. 22. 2008 5:30pm EDT
Our upcoming CD, Future Tense, is at the manufacturer and should be shipping soon. But if you pre-order it, you can download all the tracks and lyrics now. And we'll send you the actual CD (with free shipping anywhere in the United States) when it's ready. All this for $14.99.
Note: For orders outside of the United States, make sure to click the International Shipping button. When you pre-order Future Tense, we'll charge your account and send you the link for the downloads.
Here's what others who've already pre-ordered are saying:
The new tracks are excellent! All three were so well recorded and put together. "Tablecloth" is my definite favorite, but I can't decide which is a better second; "Land of Delusion" (outstanding production) or "Animals I Have Begun" (funny!). Excellent work! Congratulations on the completion of a new CD! Nice album cover!
The new songs are everything I expected, AWESOME!!!
I love your new album. I have to admit I wondered how the first album with the new line-up would go. But it is mixed, and produced with even higher quality. "Land of Delusion" sounds exactly like the Disturbed version. I mean exactly, wow!
Your song "Stupid's Stronghold," really shows how far we have fallen.
Great stuff! I featured a few cuts from the new CD on tonight's show.
Kenosis Christian Media Promotions
I waited until now to order Future Tense because I didn't want to hear a few tracks at one time, then a few more later, etc. I wouldn't have been able to resist the temptation to wait for all the tracks if I'd ordered it before now. I want to let you all know that this is, as I've come to expect, a terrific album.
The best track may be "Tip From An Angel" (and thank you so much for putting awesome lyrics to one of those secular songs where the music is good, but the lyrics are so vile you can't enjoy it). "Turning A Little Seasick" is a great blend of humor and a Bible story. But the song that really hit me was "Land Of Delusion." The lyrics describe perfectly a world so overrun by anti-Christian sentiment that God almost isn't welcome anywhere.
Personally, having grown up in the '80s, I would have liked to hear the Genesis version of the song, but I understand that the new version will reach more young people, and you guys nail that version perfectly. The Cars and Boston have never sounded so good. Major props go out to all four of you and however many hands worked to make this CD as good as it is.