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    Enter Shikari Interview with Rory and Rou - Warped Tour 2011 05:37

    Enter Shikari Interview with Rory and Rou - Warped Tour 2011

    by enochmagazine (7/28/11) 12 views

    Enter Shikari (Hopeless Records) traveled all the way from England to join the entire 2011 Warped Tour. They bring a mix of Punk Rock, Dub-Step, and synthesizers all rolled up in one to create a sound that your ears have never heard. Enoch Magazine had the chance to catch up with them as they talk about the homeless in England, the writing process, and what its like to fake an American accent.

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    Automatic Loveletter Interview with Juliet Simms 04:38

    Automatic Loveletter Interview with Juliet Simms

    by enochmagazine (7/28/11) 26 views

    The Enoch Magazine crew headed to Warped Tour to cover it in Pomona and Ventura, California. While there we had the chance to catch up Juliet Simms (guitarist and singer of Automatic Loveletter). Juliet gave us the scoop on recording her latest record "The kids will take on their Monsters" ( Paper + Plastick Records) and lays out her views on faith.

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    The Wonder Years Interview with Josh Martin Warped Tour 2011 06:11

    The Wonder Years Interview with Josh Martin Warped Tour 2011

    by enochmagazine (7/28/11) 8 views

    The Wonder Years (Hopeless records) bring some of the most honest lyrics you've ever seen in Punk Rock Music. They play fast, loud and make pop punk seem like so much fun. While at the 2011 Warped Tour in Pomona California, Nate was stoked to have the chance to interview Josh Martin (bass and vocals) and hear what he had to say. Josh Martin was open to talk about the recording of their latest record, religion, and why he keeps playing bass in The Wonder Years (Hopeless Records) even though he makes no money. The Wonder Years (Hopeless records) , just released their sophomore record, Suburbia, I've given you all and now I'm nothing.

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    Relient K - Warped Tour, Jesus, Depression 04:10

    Relient K - Warped Tour, Jesus, Depression

    by enochmagazine (7/28/11) 12 views

    Warped Tour is a summer tour presented by Vans Inc. During the Warped Tour, Enoch Magazine interviewed Matt Theissen and Matt Hoopes from the Christian rock band Relient K. Along with Brian Pittman, Theissen and Hoopes co-founded the band in 1998 during their junior year of high school. Matt Theissen is the lead singer for Relient K. He writes most of the songs, while also playing guitar and piano. Matt Hoopes is the lead guitarist for Relient K. He also sings back up vocals and is attributed for the band’s name. Relient K was named after Hoopes’ car, the Plymouth Reliant K, and it is said that he still owns it. The car is currently sitting on cinder blocks in the driveway of the house owned by his younger brother, Scott, in North Canton, Ohio. In this video, Nate Smith (Enoch Magazine) asks Theissen and Hoopes about the Warped Tour, Jesus and Matt Theissen’s past struggles with depression. Watch as the guys talk about touring, their perception of Jesus and what advice they would give to kids struggling with depression.

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    Relient K - Warped Tour, Jesus, Depression 04:10

    Relient K - Warped Tour, Jesus, Depression

    by enochmagazine (7/28/11) 25 views

    Warped Tour is a summer tour presented by Vans Inc. During the Warped Tour, Enoch Magazine interviewed Matt Theissen and Matt Hoopes from the Christian rock band Relient K. Along with Brian Pittman, Theissen and Hoopes co-founded the band in 1998 during their junior year of high school. Matt Theissen is the lead singer for Relient K. He writes most of the songs, while also playing guitar and piano. Matt Hoopes is the lead guitarist for Relient K. He also sings back up vocals and is attributed for the band’s name. Relient K was named after Hoopes’ car, the Plymouth Reliant K, and it is said that he still owns it. The car is currently sitting on cinder blocks in the driveway of the house owned by his younger brother, Scott, in North Canton, Ohio. In this video, Nate Smith (Enoch Magazine) asks Theissen and Hoopes about the Warped Tour, Jesus and Matt Theissen’s past struggles with depression. Watch as the guys talk about touring, their perception of Jesus and what advice they would give to kids struggling with depression.

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    Of Mice and Men Interview Austin Carlile 05:27

    Of Mice and Men Interview Austin Carlile

    by enochmagazine (7/28/11) 56 views

    Enoch Magazine travels to Warped Tour to interview the bands. At some point in the interview, every band was asked what their perception of Jesus was. Austin Carlile, singer of the band "Of Mice and Men (Rise Records)," was asked this same question about Jesus. However, he gave an answer that was quite different from many of the other bands' responses. Austin Carlile (singer) also tells a story about recording a song reflecting his experience with a homeless man. The name "Of Mice And Men," (OMAM) comes from the book Of Mice And Men, in which a critical sentence from the story reads: "the well laid plans of mice and men often falter." Austin Carlile credits the name of his band to this phrase, which suggests you're plans in life often can get screwed up. But you have to make the most of what you can. Of Mice And Men (Rise Records) is not a "Christian" band, nor does it appear that Austin is an outspoken Christian when it comes to his beliefs. But the smile on his face and passion in his response is to be commended. The band, Of Mice And Men (Rise Records) originated in Costa Mesa California. They are classified Post Hardcore and Metalcore.

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    Of Mice and Men Interview Austin Carlile 05:27

    Of Mice and Men Interview Austin Carlile

    by enochmagazine (7/28/11) 37 views

    Enoch Magazine travels to Warped Tour to interview the bands. At some point in the interview, every band was asked what their perception of Jesus was. Austin Carlile, singer of the band "Of Mice and Men (Rise Records)," was asked this same question about Jesus. However, he gave an answer that was quite different from many of the other bands' responses. Austin Carlile (singer) also tells a story about recording a song reflecting his experience with a homeless man. The name "Of Mice And Men," (OMAM) comes from the book Of Mice And Men, in which a critical sentence from the story reads: "the well laid plans of mice and men often falter." Austin Carlile credits the name of his band to this phrase, which suggests you're plans in life often can get screwed up. But you have to make the most of what you can. Of Mice And Men (Rise Records) is not a "Christian" band, nor does it appear that Austin is an outspoken Christian when it comes to his beliefs. But the smile on his face and passion in his response is to be commended. The band, Of Mice And Men (Rise Records) originated in Costa Mesa California. They are classified Post Hardcore and Metalcore.

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    Angola Prison Returning Hearts Program 07:08

    Angola Prison Returning Hearts Program

    by enochmagazine (6/18/11) 44 views

    Bill Moritz works for The Navigators; a ministry headquartered in Colorado Springs, CO. But once a year, he travels with friends to do prison ministry at Angola State Penitentiary. On this last trip he brought along Ryan Dobson, who did an interview with Sirvorris Sutton, a father serving a life sentence while working at the prison's own radio station.

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    The Kingdom Center, Ventura CA. 08:46

    The Kingdom Center, Ventura CA.

    by enochmagazine (6/18/11) 27 views

    The Kingdom Center is quite possibly the coolest thing we've seen "the church" do. They pick up the homeless each day, bring them to the church and offer them food, clothing, showers, counseling, etc. Then, if that wasn't enough, they bought an beat up motel next to the ocean and convinced 18 churches in the Ventura community to join together and sponsor individual rooms as transitional family housing.

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