Nine Lashes

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Nine Lashes began as a desire for change. Brought together under one Name, their hearts break for this dying world. With a strong will and an "iron sound", they are determined to bring a message of hope to the hopeless, of love to the lonely, and purpose to the lost.The name Nine Lashes comes from the term "Cat of Nine Tails" an instrument commonly thought to have been used on Christ before his crucifiction.The band consists of five members Jeremy Dunn (Vocals),Adam Jefferson (Guitar),Jon Jefferson,(Guitar), Jared Lankford (Bass Guitar), and Noah Terrell ( Drums). In September of 2008 Nine Lashes worked tirelessly on their debute Album "Escape" with renowned producer Travis Wyrick. To Quote Nick Moscatello(Tune Labs)" From the concussive sounds of "Word of Advice", to the animated,lively sequences of "Words of Red" to the expressive, passionate melodies of "Goodbye" this album will not soon be forgotten. From its early infancy Nine Lashes pushed their recording to local radio stations and immediately received a positive response,earning the band shows along side Pillar, Thousand foot Krutch, Red,Kutless,and Day of fire to name a few." With momentum at their backs and an unquenchable fire of passion Nine lashes will soon be impacting the lives of thousands. Read more on User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.

Top Songs

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  1. Anthem of the Lonely  -  263,555 plays
    I guess you don't believe me now
    You never wanted this
    Back turned in wind, that's all you have
    It's all you needed
    You're all right, you're all right now
    Get Back  -  97,214 plays
  3. Adrenaline  -  95,914 plays
    The day that we dreamed of
    the day that we dreamed of
    from here all the world is a raging fire
    I know You can see what I see
    They'll have their way
    Never Back Down  -  66,447 plays
    I've been waiting for things to change
    Such loss of time and it's still the same
    They'll raise the questions
    But they'll kill the answers
    Write it down
    Write It Down  -  67,567 plays
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