It's been said that Christian music sucks. The Antidote dispels that myth as we explore the artistry of Christian bands. Listen to in-depth interviews and music from these faith-based bands. For unique and innovative music ranging from metalcore to indie folk, you'll hear it all on The Antidote with Dave Hawkins.
Episode 465: Doulos / Cast The Dragon
The Antidote goes double punk. We’re assaulted with the hardcore punk of Doulos, then dive into the dark, brooding punk of Cast The Dragon. Get into our conversations with each of these newcomer bands who both deliver a faith based message.
Episode 464: Destiny Lab
Destiny Lab creates music that ask the listener life examining questions that demand answers. Their unique brand of rap is guaranteed to stretch your view of the world. Get into The Antidote’s talk with Arkalogik.
Episode 463: Fallstar
After a six year gap since their last album, Fallstar is back. The wait was worth it. Sunbreather tops everything the band has ever done. Give a listen as The Antidote speaks with band frontman, Chris Ratzlaff.
Episode 462: Teramaze, part 2
Teramaze bring what can only be described as an utterly unique style to the world of metal. Based in Melbourne, Australia, the band’s blend of progressive, melodic and trash metal has attracted an intense following. Find out more as The Antidote speaks with Dean Wells. Pt 2 of 2.
Episode 461: Teramaze, part 1
After Dean Wells became a Christian, he chose to reflect his newfound faith by changing the band name from Terrormaze to Teramaze. Listen to a great conversation about this extraordinary progressive metal band. Pt 1 of 2.
Episode 460: VOTA
We spend an hour with a band that’s been in the Christian music scene for decades. Bryan Oleson comes to The Antidote for a chat about how on their latest album, VOTA set out to explore God through the music of U2, Foo Fighters, David Bowie, Tom Petty and many …
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