Music Notes: The Martyrs Project

The Martyrs Project arrived in my mailbox around the time all of us collectively gasped at the sandy hook headlines. Little kids settling in for a day at school. Teachers suddenly herding them into lockers and closets. twenty-six shot dead. It felt like appropriate timing—an album seeking to weave the grief of death (ghastly and violent) with the hope of eternity and resurrection. Healing despite the loss. Hope despite the momentary triumph of evil. Read the full column by  Josh Macivor-Andersen

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