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Band: Skillet Song: Better than Drugs (Live) Album: Comatose DVD: Comatose Comes Alive Origin Memphis, Tennessee, United States Genres Christian rock, Alternative rock, Hard rock, Symphonic rock, Industrial rock, Metal Years active: Since 1996 Labels Ardent, INO Records, Lava/Atlantic Records Website http://www.skillet.com/
Band Members Current John Cooper lead vocals, bass (1996-present) Korey Cooper keyboard, rhythm guitar, backing vocals, synthesizer (1999-present) Ben Kasica lead guitar (2001-present) Jen Ledger drums, backing vocals (2008-present) Former Ken Steorts guitar (1996-1999) founder of Visible School in Memphis, TN, a music and worship arts college) Trey McClurkin drums, backing vocals (1996-2000) Kevin Haaland guitar (1999-2001) Lori Peters drums (2000-2007) Touring Faith Stern keyboards, backing vocals (2002-2003) Chris Marvin guitar, backing vocals (2002-2003, 2005-2006) Andrea Winchell keyboard (2005-2006) Tate Olsen cello (2008-present) Jonathan Chu violin (2008-present) Scotty Rock — backing bass (2009-present)
Skillet is a Grammy-nominated Christian hard rock band formed in Memphis, Tennessee in 1996. The band consists of John Cooper (lead vocalist, bassist), his wife Korey Cooper (rhythm guitarist, keyboardist, vocalist), Ben Kasica (lead guitarist), and the newest member Jen Ledger (drummer, vocalist). Skillet has released eight albums, two receiving Grammy nominations: Collide and Comatose. Over the past 13 years, Skillet has spanned many different genres, including hard rock, industrial rock, and symphonic rock. As of late 2009 they have sold over a million albums
Comatose Comes Alive Comatose Comes Alive DVD/CD is the second live album and second live DVD by the Christian rock band Skillet, which peaked at #164 on the Billboard 200. It is the band's first combination CD/DVD of live recording, as their first official live album was 2000's Ardent Worship, a worship album recorded live. The band's first live DVD was the Alien Youth DVD, which featured an acoustic performance. Comatose Comes Alive was recorded on May 9, 2008, in Chattanooga, Tennessee and was released on October 21, 2008. The album is a CD of the concert's audio and a DVD capturing the live show. However, John Cooper's speech after "Savior" is cut from the CD.
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