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Iconoclast Bibliography: (click on each album cover to view tracks and Iconoclast lyrics)
Members of Trinity Harbor Church in Rockwall, Texas, the band also plays on the worship team there. Iconoclast believes "that as iron sharpens iron, so one man sharpens another". According to Skyler, who plays bass, 'Our mission is to bring about positive change in people lives and in our culture, to be image breakers in our culture of icons'. In this world where celebrity is idolized and cloned to a sickening level, that's a tall order. Mission impossible? Maybe not - with God's help.
What happens when you mix a violin with U2-esque guitars, songwriting compared to Rich Mullins, and the spirit of a rock band? Iconoclast happens.
After winning the KLTY Rising Star Contest, Iconoclast hit the ground running turning into an overnight independent success story.
In less than a year Iconoclast has played for over 200,000 people including playing at Celebrate Freedom, the largest outdoor Christian concert in the world.
Their debut release, "Burn Your Bridges" launched them into the national spotlight with national airplay and two top forty listings on Billboard magazine.
Their combination of "rock you out" jams mixed with melodic soul searching songs provides just the right formula for entertainment with depth.
"Burn Your Bridges" is sure to have your head bobbing and your feet moving. Grassroots music called it "One of the best debut album this year... a MUST have." Their name, which means to smash idols or overthrow popular cultures, originates from a C.S. Lewis quote which says that "All reality is Iconoclastic." This band is comfortable playing in front of thousands or in a more intimate setting like a youth group.