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House of Heroes

Aug 19, 2014
Apr 30, 2013
Jul 10, 2012
Aug 03, 2010
Nov 06, 2009
Jun 02, 2009
Apr 07, 2009
Sep 23, 2008
May 02, 2006
Apr 26, 2005
Jan 14, 2003

House of Heroes is listed in the credits for the following albums:

Year Artist Album Role
2013 House of Heroes The Knock-Down Drag-Outs Producer

House of Heroes is an alternative rock band from Columbus, Ohio. They are generally considered to be Christian rock, though their lyrics are not always transparently Christian. They have released four albums: What You Want Is Now (2003), House of Heroes (2005), The End Is Not the End (2008), and Suburba (2010). The band also re-released their self titled record under the name of Say No More. The band consists of brothers Colin Rigsby and Jared Rigsby, Tim Skipper, and A.J. Babcock (who does not tour).

The band got started in 1996 at Hilliard Davidson High School (Hilliard, OH), originally as a punk band called Plan B, with Tim Skipper, A.J. Babcock, and Nate Rothacker on drums. In 1998, Colin Rigsby replaced Nate Rothacker on drums and they changed their name to No Tagbacks, then later to House of Heroes. The band recorded early demos at Chris Lundquist's home studio LundquistAudio (formerly Lunkhead Studio). In 2003 they released their first album What You Want Is Now under the name House of Heroes.

Jared Rigsby replaced A.J. Babcock as the band's live bassist in December 2005, as Babcock had married and focused on a side project with his wife called "FlowerDagger". Babcock eventually rejoined the band as the live bassist and Jared Rigsby became an official member as the band's second guitarist. In 2009, Babcock stopped touring for the second time and has been replaced by a live bassist whose name is (according to one of their Vlogs) Eric "Do The Dew" Newcomer. He appeared playing the bass in the band's new video for "O Come, O Come Emmanuel." Babcock continues to be a part of the band, involved with songwriting and recording.

In March 2010 Colin Rigsby was replaced by Josh Dun on drums as Rigsby felt he needed to spend more time with his family. As of October 2010 Colin has resumed drumming duty.

The band was signed to Gotee Records by its owner and founder, Toby McKeehan, in 2004.

May 06, 2014

Franklin, Tenn - This year Gotee Records is celebrating a huge milestone. The famed independent record label that has five RIAA Gold certified albums to their name and has launched numerous successful artist careers in R&B, rap, reggae and rock such as Out of Eden, GRITS, Jennifer Knapp, Relient K, Jamie Grace and many more, turns 20 years old.

April 11, 2012

After spending the winter of 2011 held up at Smoackstack Studios in Nashville, House of Heroes is excited to announce their new album Cold Hard Want produced by Paul Moak (Mat Kearney, Lovedrug) and mixed by J.R. McNeely, will hit the street on July 10.

Created by: siremidor on 10-January-2011 - Last Edited by admin on 07-January-2016