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Audio Adrenaline            

Grammy Award-Winning Christian Rock Band

Audio Adrenaline is a Grammy Award-winning Christian rock band that formed in 1986 at Kentucky Christian University in Grayson, Kentucky. The band gained recognition during the 1990s and received two Grammy Awards and multiple Dove Awards. Audio Adrenaline were regular performers at the annual Creation Festival, Spirit West Coast festival, Agape Music Festival, and Alive Festival. In 2006, the group disbanded due to lead singer Mark Stuart's spasmodic dysphonia. During this time, they released eight studio albums, two of which won the Grammy Award for Best Rock Gospel Album (2003's Worldwide and 2005's Until My Heart Caves In).

After a six-year hiatus, the band reformed in 2012 with only bassist Will McGinniss returning from the original line-up. The new Audio Adrenaline was fronted by Kevin Max, formerly of DC Talk, as the new lead vocalist. This new line-up released their first studio album, titled Kings & Queens, in March of 2013. In June 2014, Max stepped down as lead singer of the band. He was replaced by Josh Engler, a former member of the band Abandon until February 2015 when Adam Agee of Stellar Kart was offered and accepted the role.

In 2015, McGinniss departed from the band, leaving no original members left in the lineup. The first single of the new Audio Adrenaline, "Love Was Stronger," was released in 2015. It was included in their tenth studio album, Sound of the Saints.


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