Antelope Audio: Eternity Invades by Vicky Beeching

April 21, 2010 / by / 3 Comments

Antelope Audio lets GCU students tune in with reviews of new releases in Christian rock and pop. Written by ‘Lopes for ‘Lopes.

Review by Lisa Kershner, Nursing student

Vicky Beeching was born and raised in the U.K. and has been singing worship music since she was twelve. She felt that God called her to come to the United States to share her music and spread God’s word. She just released a new album April 6, 2010 called Eternity Invades. It startes out with a song with a good beat and a catchy tune. Then the songs begin to get more intimate and much more “soft” with mostly piano being played. 

My favorite song was Salvation Day. I liked it because it did a good job capturing how Jesus has saved all who believe with simple lyrics and a really good beat. Eternity Invades includes 13 Tracks; one being a bonus track titled The Wonder Of The Cross. The album as a whole delivers the message of Christ well with Beeching’s soft voice and perfectly coordinated instrumentals. 

You can find out more about Vicky Beeching and her music at her website or follow her on twitter at

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3 Responses
  1. Alex Bridgeforth

    Is Antelope Audio going to be a weekly piece?

    Apr.21.2010 at 11:07 am
  2. lope49

    Alex – the goal is for Antelope Audio to be as frequent as possible. We have contacted several labels and hope to have a steady stream of new music available for students to review. Let us know if you would be interested in contributing. Feel free to let us know of any ideas you may have to make Herd on Campus better.

    Apr.21.2010 at 11:53 am
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