Justifide, Reform The Resistance Working On New Albums
Christian Rock fans from the early to mid 2000’s will surely remember the band Justifide. They were labelmates with Skillet on Ardent Records. This was so long ago, that all of their songs we air from them are (other than occasional spin) pretty much relegated to “The Blastozoic Era” show that airs on Saturday nights (6-9 pm USA/Canadian Central Time). Their big hits include “9 Out Of 10”, “Face To Face”, “Our Little Secret”, “Pointing Fingers”, “To Live”, and “The Way”. Justifide had put out two albums on Ardent: “Life Outside The Toybox” and “The Beauty Of The Unknown”. This summer Justifide plans to release an album called “The Vault Sessions”. They have a Pledgemusic campaign going right now to raise money for this: http://www.pledgemusic.com/projects/justifide
After the breakup of Justifide in the mid 2000’s, Jason and Sambo from Justifide formed a new Christian rock band called Reform The Resistance, which garnered airplay for a couple years on TheBlast.FM. But RTR didn’t gain nearly as much traction on The Blast, or around the world, as Justifide did.
However, both Justifide and Reform The Resistance are getting back together and both bands are working on raising funds to record new albums.