Enjoyed the read.. more exposure is needed for solid releases.
Although I slightly disagree that the second-last track is "definitely something new for Showbread." Pretty much every Showbread release has ended with a quasi-epic song that closes with Josh Dies straight-up praising God for his forgiveness and love... Granted, this one focused more on the world's brokenness than on personal failures (and is not technically the last song), but it's right in line with the formula. Not that I have a problem with it... I can't wait to sing the end of this one from the bottom of my heart with the rest of their Cornerstone fans next year (here's hoping they play it).
Oh, alright, my bad. Thanks for the feedback! I also stated in the review that I was never much of a Showbread fan. That, no doubt, attributed to my lack of knowledge of the second-last track being something they've done before on earlier releases. They didn't reinvent the wheel, for sure, but this is a solid release.
That would be sweet to see them at Cornerstone. I've seen them once at Cornerstone FL, plus once here in Jacksonville, and they didn't play it, so here's to hoping!