In the Kingdom

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In the Kingdom
In the Kingdom.jpg
Studio album by Whitecross
Released March 30, 1991
Genre Christian Metal
Label Star Song Records
Whitecross chronology
Triumphant Return
(1989)Triumphant Return1989
In the Kingdom
High Gear
(1992)High Gear1992
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Cornerstone (not rated)[1]

In the Kingdom was the fourth album by Christian metal band Whitecross. It reached #12 on Billboard's Top Contemporary Christian Albums chart.[2] The album won a Dove Award for Hard Music Album of the Year for 1991.[3]

The video for the song "No Second Chances" was the band's first video ever seen on MTV's Headbangers Ball.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "No Second Chances" Scott Wenzel, Rex Carroll 4:43
2. "We Know What's Right" Wenzel, Carroll 6:06
3. "In The Kingdom" Dez Dickerson 5:20
4. "In His Hands" Wenzel, Dwight Liles 3:37
5. "Good Enough" Wenzel, Carroll 3:58
6. "Love Is Our Weapon" Wenzel, Carroll 4:41
7. "The Eternal Fire" (guitar solo) Carroll 2:00
8. "You Will Find It There" Wenzel, Carroll 6:00
9. "If He Goes Before Me" Greg Hodge, Barry Graul 4:13
10. "Tell Me The Time" Wenzel, Carroll 4:29
11. "Holy War" (featuring Alton Hood of D.O.C.) Wenzel, Carroll 5:55
Total length: 51:02

Band members[edit]

  • Scott Wenzel - Vocals
  • Rex Carroll - Guitars
  • Butch Dillon - Bass
  • Mike Feighan - Drums, Vocals


  1. ^ Canfield, Dave (1991). "Reviews / In the Kingdom". Cornerstone. 20 (95): 29. ISSN 0275-2743. 
  2. ^ allmusic > Whitecross > Charts & Awards > Billboard Albums
  3. ^ 1991 Dove Awards,