Beacon Of Faith broadly follows the same trajectory as the album's predecessors, Bushcraft (2013) and Bloodmines (2014) – combining the style of raw adrenaline-fueled emotion, venomous vocal delivery, gigantic guitar sound, and a visceral rhythmic propulsion – a sonic manifestation of desolate rage, bolstered by a palpable sense of urgency. Their third full-length effort is densely-packed, yet Baptists' sound is far from claustrophobic. There is melody amongst the dissonance, as the Vancouver outfit more deeply explore the noise rock vistas that have always underpinned their sound. Lyrics are drawn from the members' direct experience of a broken society and general discontentment with everyday life. A multitude of issues are in the firing line, from the Canadian court system, issues surrounding substance abuse, mental health, and how the more fortunate, "tend to dismiss people who have been dealt a less-fortunate hand," as guitarist Danny Marshall also reflects. Beacon Of Faith was recorded at Godcity in Salem, MA with Kurt Ballou in July 2017, and mastered by Brad Boatright at Audiosiege in Portland, OR.