Skillet: ‘Refuge’ Music Review

Skillet is gearing up for their album ‘Dominion’ with the release of the single “Refuge,” which is accompanied by a lyric video.

This song is one that reminds us why Skillet has remained at the forefront of Christian rock music. Sure, it may not be as unique as others in their library, but I really found it enjoyable.

They give a passionate plea in this song as to why God is our refuge. It speaks of lacking energy, breath, and power, but having God at your side. The lyrics were well-written and the music was well-composed. I thought it was a good song to enjoy, especially if you need a friendly reminder that God is there for you.

Check out the lyric video 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,” band member Cooper said according to Christian Beat. “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!”

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