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Skillet is a Christian rock band formed in Memphis, Tennessee in the mid-90s. They span the musical genres from grunge to techno, nu metal to alternative rock, heavy metal to punk. They were heavily influenced by the bands Mortal and Fold Zandura.
Skillet is the first, self-titled album from Christian rock band Skillet. Released in 1996 as an enhanced CD by Ardent Records and Forefront Records it showcases powerful Christian lyrics with a mild rock sound. Skillet was, at the time, a 3-piece band comprised of John Cooper on bass and vocals, Trey McClurkin on drums and back-up vocals and Ken Steorts on the guitar and synthesizer.