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The Altar and The Door

by Casting Crowns

The Altar and The Door by Casting Crowns

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The Altar and The Door

by Casting Crowns

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Label: Reunion Records
Casting Crowns can no longer be called "emerging." Albums one and two broke records, as did the tours, and the live follow-ups went platinum. This release makes three home runs in a row. Raw emotion, pouring drums, and thinking-man's lyrics combine to make a moving and relevant set. The opening trilogy of tracks carries the project, hook-wise. The string of ballads that follow merge MercyMe's inspiration, Lifehouse's edge, and Third Day's vocal depth. Completely unexpected is the solemn and haunting closing chorus "White Dove Fly High," a bilingual duet of peace worthy of Andrea Bocelli.

About This Album

Casting Crowns can no longer be called "emerging." Albums one and two broke records, as did the tours, and the live follow-ups went platinum. This release makes three home runs in a row. Raw emotion, pouring drums, and thinking-man's lyrics combine to make a moving and relevant set. The opening trilogy of tracks carries the project, hook-wise. The string of ballads that follow merge MercyMe's inspiration, Lifehouse's edge, and Third Day's vocal depth. Completely unexpected is the solemn and haunting closing chorus "White Dove Fly High," a bilingual duet of peace worthy of Andrea Bocelli.

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About This Album

Casting Crowns can no longer be called "emerging." Albums one and two broke records, as did the tours, and the live follow-ups went platinum. This release makes three home runs in a row. Raw emotion, pouring drums, and thinking-man's lyrics combine to make a moving and relevant set. The opening trilogy of tracks carries the project, hook-wise. The string of ballads that follow merge MercyMe's inspiration, Lifehouse's edge, and Third Day's vocal depth. Completely unexpected is the solemn and haunting closing chorus "White Dove Fly High," a bilingual duet of peace worthy of Andrea Bocelli.