Personnel: Dave Stovall, Adam Agee (vocals); Brandon Bagby (guitar); Jack Campbell (drums).
Audio Mixer: Sean Moffitt.
Recording information: Full Circle Music Studios; House of Philips; Ocean Way Studios; RedRedStudio; The Cave and The Hilson Studio.
Photographer: Robby Klein.
One of the biggest Christian rock acts of the 1990s, Kentucky's Audio Adrenaline return with their tenth studio album, 2015's Sound of the Saints. The first album to feature Stellar Kart frontman Adam Agee on lead vocals, Sound of the Saints follows up the group's 2013 effort, Kings and Queens. Produced by Me in Motion vocalist Seth Mosley (Jeremy Camp, For King & Country) and Joshua Silverberg (Newsboys, Michael W. Smith), Sound of the Saints finds the journeymen band delving into an eclectic mix of sounds, from rootsy, Americana-tinged rock to frenetic pop punk to anthemic worship numbers, as well as some electronic dance-infused cuts. Included on Sound of the Saints is the single, "Love Was Stronger." ~ Matt Collar