Skillet Cook Up Another Defiant Hard Rock Anthem With 'Standing In The Storm'

  • Skillet Cook Up Another Defiant Hard Rock Anthem With 'Standing In The Storm'
    POSTED 16 Nov 2021

    Skillet 2021

    Skillet has released another emotive hard rock anthem, Standing In The Storm.
    The latest song to drop off of their upcoming album Dominion, Standing In The Storm is the perfect example of why these US rockers are one of the best-selling rock bands of the 21st Century. 

    Swirling around the key line, “I’ve still got some life in me,” culled from one of keyboardist Korey Cooper’s journals, bassist and frontman John Cooper comments

    “We’re getting older, our kids are getting older, and the world is falling apart, so there’s a part of me that’s like, ‘Do you really want to go back on the road in the midst of a Pandemic?"

    “Do we want to keep this business going? Then, she showed me this passage in her journal. I was really impacted. I started to think, ‘Yes, there’s a lot of crazy things going on, but I’m not done!’"

     Listen to Standing In The Storm now 

    Standing In The Storm follows the defiant Surviving The Game as the singles released off of Dominion so far. 
    Surviving The Game is the multi-platinum selling Memphis hard rockers firing on all cylinders, with frontperson John Cooper explaining that it intended to be a celebration of being finally free of what you fear. 

    "Surviving The Game is a defiant song about not giving in to the fear that the world is and has been experiencing. This song brings a feeling of survival; you have to do what you need to do in order to get your life back; a defiance against fear and the things that want to hold you down - for so many that's depression, isolation, loneliness, suicidal thoughts, etc. This song is about becoming the person you are meant be and coming out on the other side of all the madness."

    Surviving The Game arrives with a video shot in the expansive desert outside Los Angeles last month. Made up of a mixture of high energy band performances alongside a storyline where a young kid rules the land, entraps the band and they have to fight through pain and fear to make it out alive.    

    Watch the video for Surviving The Game below. 

    The song and video do a good job of conveying the broader inspiration for the band's 11th studio album, Dominion which Cooper outlines with a little more depth below. 

    "Dominion is about the celebration of freedom, a liberation from fear - to be who we want to be, say what we want to say, believe what we want to believe. "In some ways it’s a reminder of the God-given rights that we were born with. It’s time to regain some sort of control over our lives and not be a slave to fear. I hope this record is going to make people feel empowered, inspired, uplifted and want to rock their faces off!"

    Dominion was produced by Kevin Churko (Ozzy Osbourne, Papa Roach, Disturbed) with songs written by John Cooper, Korey Cooper, Kevin Churko and Kane Churko, was created 100% remotely between the band's home studio in Wisconsin, and the Churko's studio in Las Vegas.  

    The album artwork and tracklisting for the album which is available for digital pre-order now can be found below. 

    Dominion - Album Cover - Skillet 2021

    Dominion tracklisting 

    1. Surviving the Game 
    2. Standing in the Storm
    3. Dominion
    4. Valley of Death
    5. Beyond Incredible
    6. Destiny
    7. Refuge 
    8. Shout Your Freedom

    9. Destroyer
    10. Forever or the End 
    11. Ignite
    12. White Horse 

    Listen to more Skillet now. 

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Skillet 2021

Skillet has released another emotive hard rock anthem, Standing In The Storm.
The latest song to drop off of their upcoming album Dominion, Standing In The Storm is the perfect example of why these US rockers are one of the best-selling rock bands of the 21st Century. 

Swirling around the key line, “I’ve still got some life in me,” culled from one of keyboardist Korey Cooper’s journals, bassist and frontman John Cooper comments

“We’re getting older, our kids are getting older, and the world is falling apart, so there’s a part of me that’s like, ‘Do you really want to go back on the road in the midst of a Pandemic?"

“Do we want to keep this business going? Then, she showed me this passage in her journal. I was really impacted. I started to think, ‘Yes, there’s a lot of crazy things going on, but I’m not done!’"

 Listen to Standing In The Storm now 

Standing In The Storm follows the defiant Surviving The Game as the singles released off of Dominion so far. 
Surviving The Game is the multi-platinum selling Memphis hard rockers firing on all cylinders, with frontperson John Cooper explaining that it intended to be a celebration of being finally free of what you fear. 

"Surviving The Game is a defiant song about not giving in to the fear that the world is and has been experiencing. This song brings a feeling of survival; you have to do what you need to do in order to get your life back; a defiance against fear and the things that want to hold you down - for so many that's depression, isolation, loneliness, suicidal thoughts, etc. This song is about becoming the person you are meant be and coming out on the other side of all the madness."

Surviving The Game arrives with a video shot in the expansive desert outside Los Angeles last month. Made up of a mixture of high energy band performances alongside a storyline where a young kid rules the land, entraps the band and they have to fight through pain and fear to make it out alive.    

Watch the video for Surviving The Game below. 

The song and video do a good job of conveying the broader inspiration for the band's 11th studio album, Dominion which Cooper outlines with a little more depth below. 

"Dominion is about the celebration of freedom, a liberation from fear - to be who we want to be, say what we want to say, believe what we want to believe. "In some ways it’s a reminder of the God-given rights that we were born with. It’s time to regain some sort of control over our lives and not be a slave to fear. I hope this record is going to make people feel empowered, inspired, uplifted and want to rock their faces off!"

Dominion was produced by Kevin Churko (Ozzy Osbourne, Papa Roach, Disturbed) with songs written by John Cooper, Korey Cooper, Kevin Churko and Kane Churko, was created 100% remotely between the band's home studio in Wisconsin, and the Churko's studio in Las Vegas.  

The album artwork and tracklisting for the album which is available for digital pre-order now can be found below. 

Dominion - Album Cover - Skillet 2021

Dominion tracklisting 

1. Surviving the Game 
2. Standing in the Storm
3. Dominion
4. Valley of Death
5. Beyond Incredible
6. Destiny
7. Refuge 
8. Shout Your Freedom

9. Destroyer
10. Forever or the End 
11. Ignite
12. White Horse 

Listen to more Skillet now. 

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