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Skillet is an American band formed in in 1996. The band currently consists of husband (lead vocals, bass) and wife Korey Cooper (rhythm guitar, keyboards, backing vocals) along with Jen Ledger (drums, vocals) and Seth Morrison (lead guitar). The band has released ten albums, with two, and , receiving nominations. Two of their albums, Comatose and , are certified Platinum and Double Platinum respectively by the RIAA while is certified Gold as of November 10, 2017.

Skillet went through several line-up changes early in their career, leaving founder John Cooper as the only original member remaining in the band. They are known for a relentless touring schedule, which garnered them a top five ranking in the Hardest Working Bands of 2010 by Songkick.com.


Band history[]

Self-titled and Hey You, I Love Your Soul (1996–99)[]

Skillet formed in 1996 with two members: , former vocalist for Tennessee progressive rock band Seraph, and , former guitarist for Urgent Cry. The two bands met through touring together, but those bands disbanded soon after, so John and Ken's pastor encouraged them to form their own band as a side-project. They decided to name the experiment 'Skillet'. After, Trey McClurkin joined the band as a temporary drummer. Skillet was only together for a month when they received interest from major Christian record label . In 1996 they released a self-titled debut . It was well-received, and the trio continued to write new material as they toured the United States.

The question behind the name of the band, 'Skillet', comes up often among fans and the band itself. John Cooper, the lead vocalist and founder, explains that the name was a joke at first. The two founding members had already been in different bands, with each band having a different sound and style to its music. Cooper tells that the side project was said to be like putting all of those styles in a big skillet to come up with something unique, hence the band name 'Skillet'. The band name is still somewhat of a joke between the band members, especially Cooper, who claims to still not like the title.

Skillet recorded their follow-up album throughout 1997, titled , which was released in April 1998. Their second effort was a change in style from the band's first release. With this release, Skillet would abandon their post-grunge approach for a lighter alternative rock and style. His wife Korey was enlisted soon after to play keyboards live in order to alleviate John's live performance duties.

Invincible, Ardent Worship, and Alien Youth (2000–02)[]

Shortly before the band began recording for their third album, , Steorts left the band to be with his family and launch , a modern music ministry college located in Memphis, and Kevin Haaland joined the band as their new guitarist. Korey Cooper joined the band permanently and played keyboards for the recording of Invincible. Because of this change, the musical style on Invincible changed to a more electronic sound. Soon after the release of Invincible in early 2000, Trey McClurkin parted ways with Skillet, and Lori Peters filled the drummer's position.

The band released their first worship album, and fourth album overall, in late 2000. The band kept much of their sound from Invincible on their next album . With little time between touring and recording, Skillet released Alien Youth on August 28, 2001, which was the first album that John Cooper took on production duties. Before the release of Alien Youth, Haaland left the band, and Ben Kasica took over on guitar.

Collide (2003–05)[]

In 2003, , the band's sixth studio album, was released by and contained the singles "" and "Collide". In 2004, the rights to Collide were bought by , an imprint of . On May 25, 2004, Collide was re-released by Lava Records, with "Open Wounds" as an added track. The album was nominated for "Best Rock Gospel Album" in 2005.

Citing as inspiration for the musical shift on Collide, Cooper said, "Well I'm one of these song writers, everything I hear goes through my John Cooper filter of what I like and what I don't like. [...] All these things [...] have been an influence on me."

Comatose (2006–08)[]

Skillet's album was released on October 3, 2006. It features the singles "," "," "," "," "Those Nights," "", and "Better Than Drugs". The album debuted at No. 55 on the and No. 4 on the US chart.

In January 2008, Skillet announced that their drummer, Lori Peters, was retiring from the band, feeling that "it's time for her to come off of the road and start a new chapter in her life." Peters' last concert with Skillet was on December 31, 2007. However, during the 2007 Christmas season, she took the time to train Skillet's next drummer, Jen Ledger.

On October 21, 2008, was released; a CD/DVD combo featuring live recordings of the band's May 9, 2008 concert in . It was shown on the on December 5, 2008. Skillet's Comatose Comes Alive CD also had a B-side with "Live Free or Let Me Die" as a single, also with five acoustic tracks which purchasers could download by inserting the CD in their computer.

The Comatose album was certified Gold in sales by the on November 3, 2009.

Awake (2009–11)[]

Skillet's eighth album, , contains twelve songs and was released on August 25, 2009. It charted at No. 2 on the Billboard top 200 selling around 68,000 units in its first week. "" was released as a single on July 14, 2009. Contrary to popular belief, John Cooper stated that "" was not the album's lead single. It was, however, released as a single in March 2010. They also released a deluxe version with the extra songs "Dead Inside" and "Would It Matter", along with the original, radio edit of "Monster" that does not have the distorted growl as in the single and in the CD. A remix on "Monster" was featured on one of their popular podcasts.The song "Hero" was used in the publicizing of the first football game of the 2009 NFL season between the Pittsburgh Steelers and Tennessee Titans, and the song "Monster" was used in the episode "Jason: The Pretty-Boy Bully" on MTV's . "Monster" was the theme song for the event while the song "Hero" was the theme song for WWE and , as well as both songs being included on the official soundtrack for the . "Monster" would also become the theme song for the team the in Cleveland, Ohio, being played in the player intros and after a Lake Erie goal, and serves as the opening theme of the of Fresno, California. "Monster" was aired at the beginning of several ACC football games on during the 2009 season. In the first week of April 2010, "Monster" was released for the Rock band music store in It also tied the record for highest-charting Christian album on the Billboard 200 with 's 2006 release and ' 2007 release , as all three albums debuted at No. 2.

Skillet was nominated for six Dove Awards for the 41st Annual GMA Dove Awards.Awake was certified gold July 2, 2010. Also in 2010, Ardent released The Early Years, a collection of their songs from 1996 to 2001. On November 12, Skillet released an iTunes sessions EP consisting of songs from Comatose and Awake. "Monster" was certified gold a day later.

On February 14, 2011, Skillet officially announced that longtime lead guitarist Ben Kasica would be leaving the band. Kasica was with the band for 10 years, contributing to the albums Alien Youth, Collide, Comatose, and Awake as well as the live album Comatose Comes Alive. He played what was planned to be his last concert with the band on March 20 but returned and continued touring until a new guitarist was trained. On April 16, Seth Morrison replaced Kasica as the lead guitarist, and now tours full-time with Skillet.[]

Skillet announced the release of in early March 2011. The remixes were mainly done by Korey Cooper and Ben Kasica. On March 2, 2011, Skillet unveiled the album artwork for the album. John Cooper says the idea was conceived when Korey Cooper and Ben Kasica remixed the song Monster for their popular podcast. The four-song EP was released on March 22.

"Awake" was nominated for and won the "Top Christian Album" Award at the Billboard Music Awards 2011, and the song "" was announced to be on the Soundtrack in May 2011.

Rise (2011–15)[]

On June 21, 2011 John posted to his Twitter account that the band rehearsed new music for the first time and that they are getting ready for a new album. At a question and answer session before a concert, John Cooper said that they would be recording a new record in January/February 2012. However, the band was then scheduled to headline the WinterJam Tour. They planned to enter the studio at the conclusion of the Winter Jam eastern tour, approximately in May, for a release in late 2012.

In an interview with , John Cooper described the new album as "a roller coaster ride". He states: "We have aggressive tracks, artsy and musical tracks, which is new territory for Skillet. A couple songs are classic American heartland anthems, and a couple songs are signature symphonic-classical rock Skillet. Guitars are dirty and edgier, with absolute shredding solos by Seth." One of the songs mentioned in the interview was titled "Salvation".

In an Interview on January 26, 2013 in Beaumont TX, John Cooper announced that the new album, , would be coming out in May 2013, but was later scheduled for a June 25, 2013 release. In an interview with NoiseCreep, John Cooper stated the first single and music video is scheduled to be released by late April. The first single from the album, "", will be released to US Rock radio on April 23, 2013. It was later confirmed that the first single, "", would be released on April 9, 2013. The album debuted at No.4 on the and No.1 on the Top Rock Chart and Christian Album charts selling 60,000 copies in US alone during the first week of the release. On July 12, 2016, Rise was certified Gold by the .

The band performed the title track off Rise on the July 11, 2013 airing of .

Skillet was nominated and won a Dove Award for Rock Song of the Year for their song "Sick of It".

Vital Signs, a compilation album released exclusively in Europe, was released October 13, 2014.

Unleashed (2015–18)[]

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On February 16, 2015 Skillet announced they were writing material for a new album with recording to begin in June with a potential release in the late half of 2015 or early 2016. On April 8, Skillet released a preview of a new song, later revealed to be called "Out of Hell", on their social media pages. On May 20, 2016 the album's title, Unleashed, was announced and later was released on August 5, 2016 on . A lyric video, "Feel Invincible", was also made available. On May 26, the lyric video and digital single "Stars" was released, along with a preview for another song titled "Back From the Dead". On June 6, it was announced that "Feel Invincible" was the theme song for ' , the live video game tournament. WWE announced on July 7 that it had chosen "Feel Invincible" as an official theme for . On July 8, the full version of "Back From the Dead" was made available for purchase online. On January 27, 2017 the band released a new recording of "Stars" with an acoustic style, which was included in the film, . On November 17, 2017, they released a deluxe edition, Unleashed Beyond, containing new material such as "Breaking Free", featuring and remixes of "Feel Invincible" and "The Resistance". Skillet also released a five-track EP containing remixes of "Feel Invincible". This was available to anyone who pre-ordered Unleashed Beyond from their website.

Musical style[]

The band's style has been described as ,,,,, and . The band's was characterized by its influences, while their follow-up album, was noted for "its elements and feel." Their music can also be described as an aspiration; according to Cooper's idea for a perfect music is to 'unite' individuals spiritually and socially. reviewer James Christopher Monger described the band's musical style as a fusion of ", hard rock, , and soaring alternative rock," in his review for the band's 2013 album, .


In the middle of 2006, Korey Cooper took a break from performing, due to her pregnancy with their second child. Her rhythm guitar and keyboard roles were temporarily filled by two people: Andrea Winchell (who would later become the Coopers' nanny) on keys and Chris Marvin (lead singer/guitar of The Spark) on guitar.

Skillet toured with and on their Tour across the United States and Canada in 2007. When they returned, Skillet had plans to co-headline the Justice & Mercy Tour with , but the tour was postponed and ultimately canceled after a number of shows due to Flyleaf lead vocalist 's vocal problems. They then toured with Luce's Global Expeditions program on a summer missions trip with teenagers to Mexico. In 2008, they joined and toured with Acquire the Fire.

Skillet joined , , and on the first half of their tour in fall 2007. Then Skillet headlined their own Comatose Tour alongside and traveled to approximately 30 cities. The tour started on March 28 and ran through May 11, 2008. Skillet toured again from April 2009 through June 2009 with and . This tour was called Comatose Tour 2009 (essentially a second branch of the 2008 Comatose Tour). In fall of 2009, Skillet began touring with , , and to promote Skillet's album Awake. The Awake & Alive Tour encompassed 52 cities from October through January.

Skillet appeared at the 2009 Christian rock festival at at . This marked the band's first absence from 's in five years due to conflicting schedules. However, they were able to perform the following year, in 2010. On September 26, 2009, Skillet appeared at Awakening Music Festival in Leesburg, Virginia, alongside , , , , , and others. Skillet also played at the Super Dome in New Orleans for the ELCA National Youth Gathering in 2009.

Skillet headlined two separate Rock the River tours, run by the Evangelistic Association, and hosted by . Those tours were Rock the River: Midwest in the summer of 2009 and Rock the River: West in the summer of 2010.

In January 2010, they toured with and through the East Coast of the United States. They also announced on their live chat with fans on December 5, 2009 that they would be touring with in March and April 2010. This was later expanded upon as the "Awake Tonight Tour" named after both artists' new albums. joined them on the tour as the opening act.

In April and May, the band continued on a second branch of their Awake and Alive tour with and . In April, it was also announced that the band would be touring with and Theft in August and September 2010. In October, the band will be co-headlining the "Monsters of Annihilation Tour" with . and will be supporting acts. They toured again with TobyMac in November and December as the 2010 version of the Winter Wonder Slam tour. On July 4, Skillet played at , and John Cooper called it the best show of Skillet's career.

In January 2011, Skillet confirmed that they would be touring with and on the Avalanche Tour. The tour began at the end of March 2011 and concluded on May 8 in Jacksonville, FL. Other supporting acts include and .[] The band had a small international tour in January and February 2011 visiting Australia, New Zealand's , and Japan.[] In October 2011, the band continued their Awake and Alive tour with , , and .[]

Skillet headlined the Winter Jam Tour 2012 for the central and eastern parts of the United States.

Skillet performing in the Komplex457 in Zurich in October 20, 2014

Starting on August 13, 2013, Skillet toured with , , and on the Carnival of Madness Tour. In October and November, the band arrives Europe supporting 's tour in twenty one shows. The band closed the year headlining their own tour in Russia and a show in Ukraine.

Skillet started coheadlining the Roadshow 2014 with during January and February. Upon completion, the band continued coheadlining alongside Third Day in a spring tour. Later in May, toured with and in the Summer Shed Tour. Starting in the end of May, the band traveled to be part of European festivals during six weeks. In August and September, they joined , , and in the in twenty one American cities. In October and November, the band had its own tour in Europe and Russia, offering twenty-two shows.

Starting January 2, 2015, they will co-headline the Winter Jam Tour 2015 in the central and eastern part of the United States alongside . They will also be part of the Winter Jam Tour 2015 West Coast.

On May 11, 2016, Skillet announced a European tour from May 28 through July 3 including .

In July 2016, it was announced that Skillet would be going on a headlining Unleashed Tour with , , and Devour the Day, playing at club-sized venues in 18 cities primarily located along the East Coast of the United States to take place during September and October 2016. In December 2016, a 27-city, second leg of the tour was announced. Opening for Skillet on this second leg were Sick Puppies and Devour the Day.

In 2017, Skillet opened for and on the second half of The Serenity of Summer Tour which started in Syracuse, New York on July 19 and finished in Cleveland, Ohio August 2. Starting November 5, 2017, Skillet joined , , , and for five shows on the Air1 Hits Tour across the central United States.

In 2018, Skillet headlined the Winter Jam tour for the third time, making it their fourth appearance to date. Other bands that appeared on the 2018 Winter Jam tour include , Cody Carnes, , , , and comedian John Crist, among others. In January 2018, Skillet announced they would be partnering with to present the "joy. UNLEASHED" tour in April 2018, hitting a handful of mid-western and southern US cities.

Band members[]


  • – lead vocals, bass guitar, acoustic guitar (1996–present); keyboards (1996–1999)
  • Korey Cooper – rhythm guitar, keyboards, synthesizers, backing vocals (1999–present)
  • – drums, percussion, backing vocals, co-lead vocals (2008–present)
  • Seth Morrison – lead guitar (2011–present)


  • – lead and rhythm guitar (1996–1999)
  • Kevin Haaland – lead guitar (1999–2001)
  • Ben Kasica – lead guitar (2001–2011)
  • Jonathan Salas – lead guitar (2011)
  • Trey McClurkin – drums (1996–2000)
  • Lori Peters – drums (2000–2008)

Current touring and session musicians

  • Tate Olsen – cello (2008–present)

Former touring and session musicians

  • Billy Dawson – rhythm and lead guitar (2000)
  • Chris Marvin – rhythm and lead guitar, backing vocals (2002–2003, 2005–2006)
  • Faith Stern – keyboards, backing vocals (2002–2003)
  • Andrea Winchell – keyboards (2005–2006)
  • Scotty Rock – bass guitar (2009–2011)
  • Jonathan Chu – violin (2008–2015)
  • Drew Griffin – violin (2017)



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Studio albums

Awards and recognition[]

Skillet was recognized on February 1, 2016 as having recorded the biggest digital single in the history of Christian Music since their song "Monster" has garnered over 2.6 million sales. It was certified 2x Platinum by the RIAA, was the number one streaming Christian song of 2015, and was the number eight streaming rock song of 2015.

Year Award Nominee Category Result Source 2002 "Alien Youth" Rock Song of the Year Nominated Modern Rock Recorded Song of the Year Nominated 2003 "Vapor" Hard Music Recorded Song of the Year Nominated 2004 "Savior" Modern Rock Recorded Song of the Year Nominated 2005 Nominated 2007 Nominated GMA Dove Awards Rock Album of the Year Nominated "Rebirthing" Rock Song of the Year Nominated Skillet Artist of the Year Nominated 2008 "Comatose" Rock Song of the Year Won Skillet Artist of the Year Nominated 2009 Group of the Year Nominated Comatose Comes Alive Rock Album of the Year Nominated Long Form Music Video of the Year Nominated 2010 Skillet Artist of the Year Nominated Group of the Year Nominated "Hero" Rock Song of the Year Nominated Short Form Music Video of the Year Nominated "Monster" Nominated Rock Album of the Year Nominated 2011 Christian Album Won 2011 GMA Dove Awards "One Day Too Late" Rock Song of the Year Nominated "" Rock Song of the Year Nominated 2012 Jen Ledger Rising Star Won Independent Drummer Nominated 2013 GMA Dove Awards "Sick of It" Rock Song of the Year Won Rock Album of 2013 Won Best Album Won Skillet Best Band Won Best HM Cover Won 2014 Billboard Music Award Christian Artist Nominated Rise Christian Album Nominated GMA Dove Awards Rock Album of the Year Won "Not Gonna Die" Rock Song of the Year Won 2015 "Good to Be Alive" Won 2017 Billboard Music Award Skillet Top Christian Artist Nominated Unleashed Top Christian Album Nominated "Feel Invincible" Top Christian Song Nominated


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