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Skillet- Monster Presentation
Transcript of Skillet- Monster Presentation
By: Skillet BAND
INFO!!!! Skillet formed in 1996 with two members: John Cooper, who was a former singer for Tennessee progressive rock band Seraph, and Ken Steorts, who was a former guitarist for Urgent Cry. First it was a side project They decided to name the side project Skillet. In a month they received interest from major Christian record label In 1996 they released a their first album, and a self-titled debut “Skillet” Albums •Skillet (1996)
•Hey You, I Love Your Soul (1998)
•Ardent Worship (2000)
•Alien Youth (2001)
•Awake (2009) Members PAST MEMBERS Kevin Haaland
Ken Steorts They are a christian rock band John Cooper (1996-present) Korey Cooper (1999-present) Jen Ledger (2008-present) Seth Morrison (2011-present) lead vocals, bass, acoustic guitar vocals, backing vocals, rhythm guitar, keyboards vocals, backing vocals, drums lead guitar ALBUM
INFO! Is the 8th album Released on August 25, 2009 by Lava Records and Ardent Records Began recording for the album around October 2008 12 songs Genre: Christian metal, hard rock, alternative metal Length: 42:21 Songs: Hero, Monster, Don't Wake Me, Awake and Alive, One Day Too Late, It's Not Me It's You, Should've When You Could've, Believe, Forgiven, Sometimes, Never Surrender, and Lucy Singles: Hero, Monster, Awake and Alive, Forgiven, Lucy, It's Not Me, It's You, and One Day Too Late LYRICS Monster
By: Skillet John and Korey are in different parts of a hospital. The medical team is testing them to find out about the monster that’s in them. The monster in them that took over while the tests were in progress. The doctors could not control John and Korey afterwards.
For John the monster in him took over when he woke up and made him to be angry, ripping off his bandages and the wires that were attached to him.
For Korey the monster took over her when she came back alive from the dead. VIDEO MEANING THANKS FOR WATCHING By. Nicole Redekopp
Ashley Reekie • touring life started at the age of 13 in a band called 3PO
• Assisted Ohio-based band Everlasting Fire with demos and guitar work.
• shared the stage with many well known artists such as Disciple, Kutless, Sanctus Real, Tait, Audio Adrenaline, Relient K, TobyMac, Kirk Franklin
• At the age of 16, he had the opportunity to tour Europe with the band Justifide and also did several one-offs and week runs with them in the U.S. until they eventually disbanded.
• Currently, he is the lead guitarist for Skillet, replacing Ben Kasica. He was born and raised in a very religious family and atmosphere where you couldn't wear black, you couldn't listen to anything with drums, anything with guitars, and you couldn't have long hair
Is married to Korey Cooper
Both have tattooed wedding rings on their fingers, instead of the traditional jewelry bands.
They have two children John formed Skillet in 1996 with Ken Steorts.
He is the only founding member left in the band and primary songwriter.
He provided vocals for Hero: The Rock Opera
He was the co writer of the Decyfer Down single "Best I Can"
He also sang on tobyMac's album Tonight on the title track Career Life Personal Life Career Full name: Jacob Seth Morrison
Birthday: February 19, 1988 (age 24)
From: Wheelersburg, Ohio, U.S.
Genres: Christian rock
Instruments: Guitar, bass guitar
Bands: Skillet, Justifide, Our Heart's Hero, The Crabb Family, Crabb Revival Other info Name given at birth: John Landrum Cooper
Birthday: April 7, 1975
From: Memphis, Tennessee, U.S.
Genres: Christian metal, alternative metal, and hard metal
Instruments: Vocals, bass guitar, guitar, piano Other Info Before joining Skillet, she was a member of the band Alkeme along with now-former Skillet band-mate Lori Peters, her sister, and others from her church. Other Info Birth name: Korene Marie Pingitore
Born: July 21, 1972 (age 40)
From: Kenosha, Wisconsin, U.S.
Genres: Christian rock/metal, alternative metal
Occupations:Musician age of eighteen she became Skillet's drummer, when their former drummer Lori Peters retired.
Ledger relocated to the United States at age 16 to major in drums at Living Light School of Worship in Kenosha, Wisconsin. Other Info Birth name: Jennifer Carole Ledger
Born: 8 December 1989 (age 22)
Origin: Coventry, West Midlands, United Kingdom
Genres: Hard rock, Christian rock, alternative metal
Occupations: Drummer, singer THEME!!!! It’s a song about being fake and putting on a face for people that’s not the real you. he is saying that he is trying to hide the worst side of himself. He doesn't want anyone to see it. He is very easy to get angry The secret side of me I never let you see
I keep it caged, but I can't control it
So stay away from me, the beast is ugly
I feel the rage and I just can't hold it It's scratching on the walls, in the closet, in the halls
It comes awake, and I can't control it
Hiding under the bed, in my body, in my head
Why won't somebody come and save me from this, make it end? He is saying that the anger is trying to
come out. The anger is getting worst, so worst that
he can't do anything to stop it. He wants someone to calm him down, because he does not want to feel angry My secret side I keep hid under lock and key
I keep it caged, but I can't control it
'Cause if I let him out he'll tear me up, break me down He is keeping the rage (his anger) inside himself. If he lets his anger out it will ruin his life, he will do something that he will regret later on