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Am I the Enemy

by The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus

Am I the Enemy by The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus

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Am I the Enemy

by The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus

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Label: TuneCore
They may seem like many other hard-rocking groups raging against the machine. Listen closer, though, and you'll find RJA's hardcore-screamo-punk amalgamation is backed by lyrics that could be at home in a Sunday sermon. While not technically a Christian band (a label distinction), these Florida boys are well-versed in the Bible, as proven on songs like "Fall From Grace," "Salvation" and "Reap." The latter references Galatians 6 and is full of fire and brimstone. The title track and "Where Are the Heroes" are pulsing, screeching anthems, while "Dive Too Deep" showcases the band's softer side.

About This Album

They may seem like many other hard-rocking groups raging against the machine. Listen closer, though, and you'll find RJA's hardcore-screamo-punk amalgamation is backed by lyrics that could be at home in a Sunday sermon. While not technically a Christian band (a label distinction), these Florida boys are well-versed in the Bible, as proven on songs like "Fall From Grace," "Salvation" and "Reap." The latter references Galatians 6 and is full of fire and brimstone. The title track and "Where Are the Heroes" are pulsing, screeching anthems, while "Dive Too Deep" showcases the band's softer side.

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About This Album

They may seem like many other hard-rocking groups raging against the machine. Listen closer, though, and you'll find RJA's hardcore-screamo-punk amalgamation is backed by lyrics that could be at home in a Sunday sermon. While not technically a Christian band (a label distinction), these Florida boys are well-versed in the Bible, as proven on songs like "Fall From Grace," "Salvation" and "Reap." The latter references Galatians 6 and is full of fire and brimstone. The title track and "Where Are the Heroes" are pulsing, screeching anthems, while "Dive Too Deep" showcases the band's softer side.