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Unread 03-11-2015, 07:26 PM   #1
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Christian Alternatives To Chevelle, Breaking Benjamin, & More

Ok, yes, I happen to love Chevelle. I searched a lot for a christian alternative for them. I also love hard rock, alternative metal, nu metal, & post-grunge(like Nirvana, Foo Fighters, and more). I happen to know Breaking Benjamin, Incubus, Three Days Grace, Soundgarden, Tool, Seether, Staind, and many more. If you do a good christian substitute for Chevelle, please let me know. I would also like to know what your favorite hard rock band is and maybe if you know any good christian hard rock bands . I'll also tell you some christian hard rock bands I know . Thanks.

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Unread 03-11-2015, 09:22 PM   #2
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I thought Chevelle was a Christian radiohead
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Oh, I thought they were not. The songs I know are Send The Pain Below(I absolutely love this song, still, looking for a christian substitute for this band, if anyone, ANYONE, please find one), The Clincher, Vitamin R, Another Know It All, Breech Birth, The Fad, I Get It, Hats Off To The Bull, Face To The Floor, & Same Old Trip. I never thought they were Christian. I know many other christian hard rock bands but I never thought they sound just like Chevelle. What I'm saying is are there any christian substitutes for Chevelle? Ok, Thanks
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Red is pretty good. Norma Jean, Thrice, and Relient K are all pretty good as well.
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Chevelle was the Christian market's answer to the Deftones and/or Tool, but after they hit it big they (supposedly...iirc) renounced their faith.

I would recommend checking out Blindside, Emery and Underoath.
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Chevelle was the Christian market's answer to the Deftones and/or Tool, but after they hit it big they (supposedly...iirc) renounced their faith.

I would recommend checking out Blindside, Emery and Underoath.
According to Wikipedia they all are Christians of some sort, but don't really consider themselves to be a Christian band. Apparently them being labeled as such was a mistake due to who they originally signed with for their first record.
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Chevelle was the Christian market's answer to the Deftones and/or Tool, but after they hit it big they (supposedly...iirc) renounced their faith.

I would recommend checking out Blindside, Emery and Underoath.
Sorry, yes. Tool, not Radiohead.

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According to Wikipedia they all are Christians of some sort, but don't really consider themselves to be a Christian band. Apparently them being labeled as such was a mistake due to who they originally signed with for their first record.
Ah...I just remember there being a bunch of drama when they started getting a ton of airplay on VH1.
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Well, I know red. I like them a lot. I've known them like Chevelle. I also know Deftones. I've know Emery too. Well, I hear Chevelle's Point 1 was christian. I'm a very hard rock addict. I know many many many hard rock bands. I heard about Thrice. Do they have any hard rock styles or are they good? Another band I've searched hard for a christian substitute is Breaking Benjamin. I know their albums were Saturate, We Are Not Alone, Phobia, Dear Agony, & Shallow Bay(Greatest Hits). I'm mainly searching for very good hard rock christian bands. Thanks to everyone for those choices . Ok, thanks
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I actually know Blindside . I like them. I hear they're from Sweden. Underoath & Norma Jean are ok. Oh, and have you heard 10 Years? They have mellow but awesome hard rock guitar styles. I know them well too. Ok, thanks, Laturus
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They're not around anymore (at least I don't think they are) but Stavesacre had elements that reminded me of Tool.

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Oh and one more thing, come check out my blog if you can, christianhardrockguy.wordpress thanks, rock on Christians, Laturus.
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This thread has inspired me to play some Stavesacre.
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Dang, so many hard rock bands. Love that good guitar . Chevelle has been my favorite for a long time. My most favorite song is Sent The Pain Below. Oh, if you like tool, check out a band called Sacred. Ok, thanks. Laturus.
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Unread 03-12-2015, 12:45 PM   #15
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Hey, does anyone know a site where I could type in a secular hard rock band & get back a list of christian hard rock bands that might sound like them. I'm just asking. Ok, thanks, Laturus
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