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Skillet – Rise

Series: Guitar Recorded Versions Format: Softcover – TAB Artist: Skillet

The ninth album from these alt-CCM rockers topped both the Billboard Top Christian Albums chart and the Top Hard Rock Albums. Our matching folio features all 12 songs transcribed note-for-note for guitar. Songs include: American Noise • Circus for a Psycho • Fire & Fury • Good to Be Alive • Hard to Find • Madness in Me • My Religion • Not Gonna Die • Rise • Salvation • Sick of It • What I Believe.

  • American Noise
  • Circus For A Psycho
  • Fire & Fury
  • Good To Be Alive
  • Hard To Find
  • Madness In Me
  • My Religion
  • Not Gonna Die
  • Rise
  • Salvation
  • Sick Of It
  • What I Believe

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Given the current musical climate, bands like Skillet are few and far between. Debuting in , John Cooper and company have stayed in the game for the long haul, becoming one of the biggest acts in their market with an ever-growing fanbase. But in reality, it wasn't until 's Comatose that Skillet became the household name they are today, and the last seven years have seen the band operating within their specific niche, even when the band's lineup has changed considerably (most recently with new guitarist Seth Morrison). And continuing the album title progression, from Collide to Comatose to Awake, comes the next logical title with Rise, an album with plenty to both admire and scrutinize.

After Comatose proved to be a game-changer for the band's market possibilities, 's Awake was a disappointing effort for many. While it had delivered on the facets of Skillet's recent trends with plenty of power ballads and monster riffs, it merely fulfilled the definition of Skillet's sound without attempting to exceed it (track titles like "One Day Too Late," "Should've When You Could've," and "It's Not Me It's You" should say it all). For any "panheads" that felt alienated by Awake's less-than-impressive showing, Rise tends to steer clear of this level of "sameness" and does shake things up a bit. What Rise does differently from past Skillet albums is its attempt to be a "concept album," where the entire album attempts to tell a story that reflects the American teenager growing up and realizing the terrors of real life in the present and ahead. While the band claims that this concept grew organically and wasn't planned from the start, this delivers a level of confusing structure to the album. The truth is that it's hard to trace one cohesive story through the entirely of Rise even when it's called out, except that each song could relate to one person facing similar struggles. And these sorts of themes aren't especially new, either; since tracks like Comatose's "The Last Night" and "Those Nights" hit the scene, similarly-themed tracks from the same band seven years after the fact don't resonate nearly as well as they could. It's not that these themes don't merit discussion, but Rise's concept has undeniably been realized before in smaller doses from the same band. It's at the point where this method of songwriting is creating similar themes not out of purpose, but out of replication.

Skillet has proven in their recent history to be a consistent band that doesn't deviate much from their self-set standard. Still, consistency should not be confused with repetition. Even when the album seems to check every box to be a well-rounded effort, it's unshakably hindered by a pattern of retreading. In their spirit and feel, tracks like the title track, "Not Gonna Die," and "What I Believe" are really not all that different from "Comatose," "Hero," and "Awake and Alive," which doesn't bode well for Skillet's range and notoriety. All the elements that have made Skillet distinctive in recent years - John Cooper's signature gravelly voice, hard-hitting guitars, serene strings, and Jen Ledger's background vocals - are all present here, but Skillet still have yet to break out of a likable, but ultimately predictable, mold; for Skillet to continue to grow as a band and expand their craft, their creative ceiling could always climb higher, even if that means taking some extra risks (the daring "Better Than Drugs" or the honest "Open Wounds" come to mind).

If the story ended here, Rise would be a recyclable album that would dissatisfy just like Awake. But fortunately for Skillet's fans of all types, there is enough here to keep the album afloat. "Good to Be Alive" and "American Noise" are introspective and realistic outlooks on reasons for existence, leading to redemptive musings that deserve note ("this life can almost kill you/when you're trying to survive/it's good to be here with you/and it's good to be alive"). It's simple, but prominent truths like these that permeate Rise and make it relevant to the listener beyond the surface-level rock album. In other areas, Rise takes aim at destructive ideas that tend to plague the teenage mind. Dead religion gets a tongue-lashing with "My Religion," while the dangers of suicide get accentuated with the urgent, past-picking guitar on "Circus for a Psycho," and "Sick of It" is a call to arms for dismissing self-loathing. "Salvation" proves to be a fairly compelling ballad that outdoes anything on Awake, praising God for his provision in the midst of an unloving world ("I feel you keeping me alive/you are my salvation/hold me, hear me, keep me near/my heart will burn for you"). Like Skillet has done all along, their message is countercultural and liberating at the core, giving Rise a deserving foothold in the minds of their listeners.

If it wasn't clear by now, Skillet knows how to cater to their audience and speak truth in the process. Rise represents a seasoned band who, while fairly acting on the success that Comatose garnered nearly seven years ago, continues to play their cards frustratingly close to the chest, cautiously standing their ground to keep using what has worked for the last several years of their career. While not as homogenous in its approach as Awake, Skillet's eighth studio album doesn't showcase the truly unleashed talent that Comatose and earlier albums boast, but it's a crowd-pleasing record that's just interesting enough to keep Skillet in the conversation. Hindered by precedent but supported by virtuosity, Rise is set to frustrate, enthrall, and polarize in

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Rise&#;is Skillet's eighth studio record. It was released on 25 June, The deluxe edition included three bonus tracks and a live DVD called&#;AWAKE AND LIVE DVD.&#;It is also the first album to feature guitarist Seth Morrison.

The first single off the album, "Sick of It", was released on&#;SoundCloud&#;on April 8, and was released on&#;iTunes&#;on April 9,&#;and was released to US rock radio on April "American Noise" was released to iTunes on April 16 as the first promotional single.&#;&#;"Rise" was released as the second promotional single on May 14, &#;Skillet's fourth single, "Not Gonna Die", was released on&#;USA Today&#;on June It was released on iTunes the following day.

Reception[]

The album has received generally positive reviews with a smattering of mixed reviews, and the general consensus being that it is an improvement over the group's previous album,&#;Awake. At&#;CCM Magazine, Matt Conner told that "fans might not appreciate some of the newer flavors", however he evoked that "Skillet refuses to rest on their laurels."&#;Mary Nikkel of&#;New Release Tuesday&#;called this "an achievement well worth the wait, and it promises to set the bar high in the rock and roll genre for years to come."&#;In addition, Jonathan Francesco of New Release Tuesday wrote that "Rise&#;is the quintessential album of the year and one destined to go down in the history books", which he called "the music is epic and memorable, with every song a classic in the making."&#;At&#;Jesus Freak Hideout, Roger Gelwics wrote that the album is a "set to frustrate, enthrall, and polarize".&#;Lee Brown of Indie Vision Music said that the release is "boldly devoted from start to finish."&#;Mike Rimmer at Cross Rhythms&#;felt that "For those who have ears to hear, there's enough here to radically change lives."&#;At HM,&#;Sarah Brehm stated that "as a whole,&#;Rise&#;is a decent rock album that helps revive the band after the mediocre&#;Awake, yet it's still unable to rise above the impressively unique sound Skillet perfected during their classic years."&#;Chad Bowar of Loudwire&#;wrote that this album is "a better album" than their previous offering&#;Awake, when he said that the album "songwriting has more depth, there's added diversity, the concept and lyrics are interesting and uplifting without being preachy", and that "current Skillet fans will find plenty to like, and new fans will be attracted to the album as well."&#;At&#;USA Today,&#;Brian Mansfield&#;highlighted that "the band pushes its musical limits with a coming-of-age tale that begins in a world that appears irreparably broken."&#;Tim Ferrar of&#;Music Is My Oxygen&#;rated the album four-and-a-half-out-of-five-stars, and told that this is "incredible music", yet "as a band, Skillet have floundered a bit in recent years, but with&#;Rise, they have found fresh footing, producing an album that is likely to stand as a hallmark for their career."&#;At&#;About.com, Kim Jones rated the album a perfect five stars, and wrote that "Skillet really did rise above the norm and their previous projects with&#;Rise", and that "each and every song is a masterpiece in its own right."&#;Johan Wippsson of&#;Melodic.net&#;felt this was a "very stable release that [he's] pretty sure that most fans will receive in a positive way!"&#;At Louder Than the Music, Jono Davies affirmed that their "momentum is set to continue."

However,&#;Allmusic's James Christopher Monger wrote that the album has "such a vague story, despite numerous evocative, yet largely unnecessary between-song interludes, yields little in the way of any kind of investable, individual emotional arc, but the more general themes of self-discovery, faith, love, and loss resonate enough to pull at least one of the listeners feet into the story."&#;At&#;Daily News, Jim Farber told that the album is "pure exploitation, milking today’s headlines as crassly as their sound does radio’s most cynical demands."&#;Ryan Barbee of Jesus Freak Hideout said that "Skillet can do better" because "lyrically, the album feels lacking and musically redundant", yet "the truth is, there are some listeners who will absolutely love this album: they'll relate to the lyrical content and they'll feel the music", however "unfortunately, for many others, they will be left wanting; and honestly they will be vindicated in their thought."

&#;Track List[]

  1. Rise
  2. Sick of It
  3. Good to be Alive
  4. Not Gonna Die
  5. Circus for a Psycho
  6. American Noise
  7. Madness in Me
  8. Salvation
  9. Fire and Fury
  10. My Religion
  11. Hard to Find
  12. What I Believe

Bonus Tracks[]

  1. Battle Cry
  2. Everything Goes Black
  3. Freakshow

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Skillet is an American Christian rock band formed in Memphis, Tennessee, in The band currently consists of husband John (lead vocals, bass) and wife Korey Cooper (rhythm guitar, keyboards, backing vocals) along with Jen Ledger (drums, vocals) and Seth Morrison (lead guitar). The band has released ten albums, with two, Collide and Comatose, receiving Grammy nominations. Two of their albums, Comatose and Awake, are certified Platinum and Double Platinum respectively by the RIAA, while Rise and Unleashed are certified Gold as of June 29, Five of their songs, “Whispers in the Dark”, “Hero”, “Monster”, “Awake and Alive”, and “Feel Invincible”, are certified Platinum, while the other four, “Rebirthing”, “Comatose”, “Not Gonna Die”, and “The Resistance” are certified Gold. Skillet went through several line-up changes early in their career, leaving founder John Cooper as the only original member remaining in the band. They are known for a relentless touring schedule, which garnered them a top-five ranking in the Hardest Working Bands of by Songkick.com. Here are all of the Skillet songs ranked.

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Sick of It (Rise, )

“One of the better songs from Skillet. Definite Top Choice for first song to listen to when you first get into Skillet. Intense song from beginning to end and has a great beat.”

Lucy (Awake, )

“This song is amazing and deserves a higher ranking. This song is sad and beautiful, and can apply to many situations besides what the song was for. It’s about the pain of missing somebody, it hurts to think about it. One of there Best. I love Skillet”

Circus for a Psycho (Rise, )

“Seth gets my respect for every single guitar solo and the rest of the song too. Jen Ledger gets respect too for the drums. Korey Cooper for the rest of the guitar parts and then John Cooper for the vocals. ABSOLUTELY AMAZING. I like it better every time I listen to it!”

Those Nights (Comatose, )

“This song has a very special meaning to me. Why isn’t it higher? I think this is the best song Skillet has done. I love the other ones don’t get me wrong: Hero, Monster, Awake and Alive, etc. But this one is the stuff of legend.”

See more: Skillet Albums Ranked

It’s Not Me It’s You (Awake, )

“I guess it’s the best friendship song of this universe…always reminds me of my old memories. I love this song. It’s amazing and the lyrics are so relatable.”

Feel Invincible (Unleashed, )

“I am constantly restarting and cranking this song. It is all energy and power, and when Jen Ledger starts banging the drums on this, one can’t help but be energized. Great, great song…as are 90% of Skillet’s songs though”

Looking for Angels (Comatose, )

“I LOVE THIS SONG SO MUCH, everywhere I turn people are looking for angels I can totally relate to this song and the lyrics are so beautiful by FAR better than Hero up there why would ANYONE in their right minds pick hero over this!?”

Salvation (Rise, )

“Rise may not be the best Skillet album but this track is just plain beautiful. I love Jens vocals! Fantastic song and the female singer knocks it out of the park!”

Rise (Rise, )

“Best song by Skillet. John you are great. Your voice is really great. You changes it with need. Really great! It’s my favourite song. I can listen to it every time. I also feel that it gives me physical strength.”

Falling Inside the Black (Comatose, )

“Skillet is one of my favourite bands though I’m not even christian and Falling Inside the Black is my favourite Skillet song. It should have been number one! Really John Cooper has an inspiring voice and this song always gives me goosebumps..”

Collide (Collide, )

“Epic through and through. I don’t even mind that it’s a little longer simply because of the quality. The live version of Collide from Comatose Comes Alive just kills all the other songs!”

9. Savior (Collide, )

“This is the song I will never know how to rock out to because it is too epic. It’s a really good song. Good Guitar. Good Everything. I love this. It’s… Just… It makes me think of what happens to my friends…”

8. The Last Night (Comatose, )

“This song is so emotional and realistic to people. Skillet always knows how to connect with their audience and this emotional rock song proves that. This song got me through a lot of hard times when I was younger and I know others feel the exact same way. It’s amazing!”

7. Not Gonna Die (Rise, )

“Tremendous strings, a great guitar solo, rocking drums, powerful emotion, and strong lyrics makes this one of the best, if not the best, Skillet songs of all time. I’m an avid Skillet fan with favorites such as Collide, Savior, Rebirthing, Whispers in the Dark; trust me, I’m inclined to make this song in the top 2 easy.”

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6. Rebirthing (Comatose, )

“Have you heard of the orchestra? It’s just amazing and it makes me wanna rock out. The strings were just awesome and the lyrics did match perfectly with the song. It’s the #1 song that makes me feel like I’m in a story. In this, I feel like rebirthing back to life.”

5. Comatose (Comatose, )

“This is such an underrated song I love it way more than all the other songs by skillet. This song not only sounds the best but has the best lyrics by far. I have no idea how whispers in the dark and awake and alive are higher than this song.”

4. Monster (Awake, )

“It’s a wonder this song is not on top of the list. I mean, hero is a good song, but nothing compared to this beast. It reflects what everyone goes through, emotionally and psychologically. Its one song I never get tired of listening to.”

3. Whispers in the Dark (Comatose, )

“I’ve listened to Skillet since they started. The song that they show most talent and skill is this one. The guitars, vocals, drums, and everything else is perfectly executed. Its inspiring and beautiful.”

2. Awake and Alive (Awake, )

“This is not the best Skillet song. This is the best song in the world. This is the only song that I’ve played over and over and never got tired of. I also love Jen Ledger’s part. Skillet is simply awesome”

1. Hero (Awake, )

“Love this song, It’s like it’s speaking for me, it says I need a hero, to save me just in time. It’s like it’s waiting for the arrival of someone who will get to rescue you from your own disbelieves and then it turns that you are the hero, and the hero awakes in your depths. It is so strong that gives me power”

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Rise (Skillet album)

studio album by Skillet

Rise is the eighth studio album by American Christian rock band Skillet. It was released on June 25, [5][6] The deluxe edition includes three bonus tracks and a DVD entitled Awake & Live DVD. It is the first album to feature guitarist Seth Morrison.

The first single off the album, "Sick of It", was released on SoundCloud on April 8, and was released on iTunes on April 9,[7] and was released to US rock radio on April [8] "American Noise" was released to iTunes on April 16 as the first promotional single.[9] "Rise" was released as the second promotional single on May 14, [1][10] Skillet's fourth single, "Not Gonna Die", was released on USA Today on June It was released on iTunes the following day.[11]

Background and release[edit]

On June 21, John Cooper posted that the band rehearsed new music for the first time and that they were getting ready for a new album, recording a new record in January/February However, the band was then scheduled to headline the WinterJam Tour.

In an Interview on January 26, In Beaumont TX, John announced that the new album would be titled Rise and would be coming out in May ,[13][14] but was later scheduled for a June 25, release.[6][15]

"Sick of It" was released via the iTunes Store on April 9, [16] The lead Christian radio single, "American Noise", was released on April 16, [citation needed] The title track "Rise" was released May 14, [citation needed] The fourth track from the album "Not Gonna Die" was released on June 11, [citation needed] The band performed the title track off Rise on the July 11, airing of Conan.[citation needed]

According to Howard Benson, the album was not meant to be a concept album at first, but suggested making it one after reading Pete Townsend's book on Tommy and Quadrophenia. John Cooper was hesitant because the focus on the concept can result in inferior songs. But as the band fine-tuned the songs, a story began to take shape.[17]

Reception[edit]

Commercial performance[edit]

The album sold 60, copies in the US in its first week of release, debuting at No.&#;4 on the Billboard and No.&#;1 on both the Rock Albums and Christian Albums charts.[18] On July 12, , Rise was certified Gold by the RIAA.[19]

Critical reception[edit]

The album has received mostly positive reviews. At CCM Magazine, Matt Conner told that "fans might not appreciate some of the newer flavors", however he evoked that "Skillet refuses to rest on their laurels."[21] Mary Nikkel of New Release Tuesday called this "an achievement well worth the wait, and it promises to set the bar high in the rock and roll genre for years to come."[30] In addition, Jonathan Francesco of New Release Tuesday wrote that "Rise is the quintessential album of the year and one destined to go down in the history books", which he called "the music is epic and memorable, with every song a classic in the making."[31] At Jesus Freak Hideout, Roger Gelwics wrote that the album is a "set to frustrate, enthrall, and polarize".[26] Lee Brown of Indie Vision Music said that the release is "boldly devoted from start to finish."[25] Mike Rimmer at Cross Rhythms felt that "For those who have ears to hear, there's enough here to radically change lives."[22] At HM, Sarah Brehm stated that "as a whole, Rise is a decent rock album that helps revive the band after the mediocre Awake, yet it's still unable to rise above the impressively unique sound Skillet perfected during their classic years."[24] Chad Bowar of Loudwire wrote that this album is "a better album" than their previous offering Awake, when he said that the album "songwriting has more depth, there's added diversity, the concept and lyrics are interesting and uplifting without being preachy", and that "current Skillet fans will find plenty to like, and new fans will be attracted to the album as well."[28] At USA Today, Brian Mansfield highlighted that "the band pushes its musical limits with a coming-of-age tale that begins in a world that appears irreparably broken."[32] Tim Ferrar of Music Is My Oxygen rated the album four-and-a-half-out-of-five-stars, and told that this is "incredible music", yet "as a band, Skillet have floundered a bit in recent years, but with Rise, they have found fresh footing, producing an album that is likely to stand as a hallmark for their career."[33] At About.com, Kim Jones rated the album a perfect five stars, and wrote that "Skillet really did rise above the norm and their previous projects with Rise", and that "each and every song is a masterpiece in its own right."[34] Johan Wippsson of Melodic.net felt this was a "very stable release that [he's] pretty sure that most fans will receive in a positive way!"[29] At Louder Than the Music, Jono Davies affirmed that their "momentum is set to continue."[35]

However, Allmusic's James Christopher Monger wrote that the album has "such a vague story, despite numerous evocative, yet largely unnecessary between-song interludes, yields little in the way of any kind of investable, individual emotional arc, but the more general themes of self-discovery, faith, love, and loss resonate enough to pull at least one of the listeners feet into the story."[20] At Daily News, Jim Farber told that the album is "pure exploitation, milking today’s headlines as crassly as their sound does radio’s most cynical demands."[23] Ryan Barbee of Jesus Freak Hideout said that "Skillet can do better" because "lyrically, the album feels lacking and musically redundant", yet "the truth is, there are some listeners who will absolutely love this album: they'll relate to the lyrical content and they'll feel the music", however "unfortunately, for many others, they will be left wanting; and honestly they will be vindicated in their thought."[27]

Track listing[edit]

1."Rise"John Cooper, Scott Stevens
2."Sick of It"J. Cooper, Stevens
3."Good to Be Alive"J. Cooper, Zac Maloy, Tom Douglas
4."Not Gonna Die"J. Cooper, Korey Cooper
5."Circus for a Psycho"J. Cooper
6."American Noise"J. Cooper, Maloy, Douglas
7."Madness in Me"J. Cooper, David Hodges, Brian Howes
8."Salvation"J. Cooper, K. Cooper
9."Fire and Fury"J. Cooper, K. Cooper
"My Religion"J. Cooper, K. Cooper
"Hard to Find"J. Cooper, Hodges, Joshua Hartzler
"What I Believe"J. Cooper, K. Cooper
Total length:
"Battle Cry"J. Cooper, K. Cooper
"Everything Goes Black"J. Cooper, K. Cooper
"Freakshow"J. Cooper, K. Cooper
Total length:
1."Whispers in the Dark"&#;
2."Behind the Scenes 1"&#;
3."Comatose"&#;
4."Awake & Alive"&#;
5."Those Nights"&#;
6."Behind the Scenes 2"&#;
7."Hero"&#;
8."The Last Night"&#;
9."Lucy"&#;
"Behind the Scenes 3"&#;
"Monster"&#;
"Rebirthing"&#;
"Making of Rise"&#;
Total length:

Personnel[edit]

Skillet

  • John Cooper – lead vocals, bass guitar, string arrangements, writing and production on "Interludes"
  • Korey Cooper – rhythm guitar, keyboards, programming, backing vocals, string arrangements, string arrangements on "American Noise", writing and production on "Interludes"
  • Jen Ledger – drums, vocals
  • Seth Morrison – lead guitar

Additional musicians

  • Jonathan Chu – violin
  • Tate Olsen – cello
  • Chris Marvin – backing vocals
  • Reese Reynolds – "Despair" solo on "Good to Be Alive"
  • Teresa Reynolds, Kirsten Reed, Tracey Bloom, Michael Freeborn, Kyle Gumm, Nate Moore, Josh Pessin – Chamber Choir on "Good to be Alive"
  • Beth Meekma, Stacey DeGarmo, Brittany Reuwer, Sarah Towle, Shelly Saksa, Xavier Cooper – cheerleaders and voice narration for "Circus for a Psycho"
  • Rosalie Marvin, Pietze Duffield, Cath Lalgee, Scotty Rock, Joey Papa – voice narration for "Rise"
  • Alexandria Cooper – voice narration for "Madness in Me"

Technical personnel

  • Howard Benson – producer, B3 organ
  • Mike Plotnikoff – recording
  • Andy Wallace – mixing at Soundtrack Studios, New York, NY
  • Paul Suarez – Pro Tools engineering
  • Crystle Libre – assistant engineering, technical assistance
  • Hatsukazu "Hatch" Inagaki – additional engineering
  • Paul DeCarli – additional engineering, digital editing
  • Nick Radovanovic – additional engineering on "Interludes"
  • Marc VanGool – guitar tech
  • Zac Maloy – string arrangements on "American Noise"
  • Tim Lauer – string arrangements on "American Noise"
  • Zachary Kelm – executive producer, management for Q Management Group, LLC
  • Pete Ganbarg – A&R direction
  • Anne DeClemente – A&R administration
  • Ted Jensen – mastering at Sterling Sound, New York, NY
  • Anthony Delia – marketing direction
  • Alex Kirzhner – art direction and design
  • Mark Obriski – design and art direction
  • Rob Gold – art management
  • Reid Rolls – photography
  • Nika Vaughan – hair and makeup (represented by Ford Talent)
  • Leanne Ford – stylist
  • Todd Rubenstein Law, Inc. – legal representation

Charts and certifications[edit]

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