Your legacy is the only thing you leave behind in this world. The Protest convey's that message in the album artwork of their latest effort "Legacy". Lead vocalist Josh Bramlett is the special guest this week on the DOMKcast. New song out called "Noise Revolution" which you'll hear at the end of the episode. Josh's first passion was basketball. Make sense when you find out the band is from Indiana. It's in their blood out there. A band with a positive message but heavier sound. They do have christian beliefs but don't consider themselves a christian band. How have their christian beliefs affected them in their dealings with record labels? Has it given them a bit of a stigma or has it been embraced? Hear about the trials and tribulations that the band has had to endure not only with the people in the music business.At the end of the day, they just want to reach people and uplift them. That's something they've never lost sight of. Their nickname is "The Road Warriors" playing over 150 shows every year. Where would they like to tour in the future that they haven't already been? Hear touring stories and their aggressive approach to getting their stuff heard in the episode. It's refreshing to hear such a positive message in a negative climate. For a little piece of that, listen to episode 76 of the DOMKcast with Josh Bramlett of the band The Protest. #DOMKRocks New episodes available every Friday afternoon at 2pm on the iHeartRadio App.
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