Refusing to accept the easy hardcore formula followed so closely today, The Redemption Song instead chooses to bring back something new to the hardcore community, while at the same time taking hardcore back to where it began; music that has something to say, that humanity cannot be so short-sighted, and that we must look beyond ourselves. Songwriting and content are pushed to the forefront instead of posing, and a genuine punk rock attitude forgets hype and burns with spitfire vocals and an unapologetic chaos. They released 2 albums on Future Destination Records and went on to release a full-length album, “Confessions” on Facedown Records imprint Strike First Records.
Where Are They Now?
Jeremy plays drums in Cannonhands.
Jeremiah plays in Lexingtion, KY based band Through Trails
5 songs (and the best 12 minutes ever).
Plays Dead in Stereo (2003)
Reasons For Living (2005)
Features the album track “Sleepers.”
Pain is Honest (2004)
Features the tracks “Black Streets” (Demo) and “MIA.”