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Monday, November 17, 2014

7eventh Time Down - A Christmas Wish List 2014 English Christmas Album Download

7eventh Time Down - A Christmas Wish List 2014 English Christmas Album Download
A Christmas Wish List is the latest Christian Christmas album released by American Christian Rock band, 7eventh Time Down. This album was released on November 10, 2014 and released under the label, BEC Recordings.

Album Details ::

Album :: A Christmas Wish List

Artist :: 7eventh Time Down

Release Date :: November 10, 2014

Genre :: Rock, Holiday, Christmas

Label :: BEC Recordings


Location :: Mount Vernon, KY, USA

7eventh Time Down - A Christmas Wish List 2014 biography and history
History ::
The best songs are those that are heard when we need them most—the ones that become lifelines of truth in the midst of uncertainty. Enter “Just Say Jesus,” the powerful title track and lead single from 7eventh Time Down’s sophomore album.

A little boy hears the song after losing a friend in a biking accident and asks his mom if it was written about the tragedy. A mother and father mourn the one-year anniversary of the death of their daughters, and the song helps them through the tear-filled day. A grown man who lost his father is comforted by the song in the wake of childhood memories.

One song, three very different scenarios.

“It’s way bigger than we are as a band. It’s way bigger than we could’ve hoped for because God’s using it,” offers lead singer Mikey Howard of the single’s resonance. The constant stream of stories from fans remind all four band members—Howard (lead vocals, rhythm guitar), Cliff Williams (bass), Eric Van Zant (lead guitar) and Austin Miller (drums)—of the power of a song to impact lives. For the Kentucky-bred foursome who grew up playing music together, it’s a privilege to get to steward this song, as well as the others on their new release.

Their second full-length project on BEC Recordings finds the band sharing some narratives of their own on Just Say Jesus. “There’s a story told in each song,” Williams explains. “We write about living and what inspires us because Christians are real people. As believers, God will inspire you. It’s going to be the biggest part of who you are. That doesn’t mean at times you’re not going to write a song that’s reflective of who you used to be. We’re just southern dudes who’ve got dirty pasts just like all the other people who have come to know God.”

The longtime friends are quick to admit that while brokenness is a part of every believer’s life, it’s important to not remain in a place of guilt and shame. The band isn’t interested in pity parties. Instead, they choose to celebrate redemption through their music. “We only touch on a little bit of the brokenness because we feel like that part of our story is the smallest part,” Howard shares. “We focus on what God has done in us through His son Jesus and the cross… We quickly get to the bigger part of the story, the resurrection part, and that’s what our focus is as a ministry—life, resurrection, joy.”

“There’s a lot of hope in this record,” Van Zant adds. He’s quick to acknowledge the power in the simplicity of the new album’s title: “The name of Jesus, nothing trumps that. That’s it. Nothing trumps the name of Jesus ever.”

While every bit as loud and hook-laden as their 2011 debut, Just Say Jesus is a more aggressive, focused and cohesive effort. All four members co-wrote the majority of the 10 tracks, while also lyrically collaborating with respected songwriters Ian Eskelin, Jeff Pardo and Tony Wood. Eskelin (Stellar Kart, Hawk Nelson) produced two of the tracks, while Howard produced the additional eight—a daunting, yet rewarding task for the front man. “It was a great experience. I learned so much,” Howard says. “I had [some producer friends] on speed dial, and if I had questions, I would call them, and they just really sewed into me as a producer and as a writer and just helped me hone in on the craft.”

Ironically, the majority of the album was cut in Howard’s basement studio in Mount Vernon, Ky., the same basement of his childhood home where the band recorded their first song when they were young teens.

Songs like the anthemic “Hurricanes,” the blazing “Renegade” and the iconic “Religious and Famous” provide a sonic assault to the senses, while lyrically radiating a clear message of truth. Miller hopes listeners will find their voice amidst the songs. “As Christians, a lot of times, we get caught up in how to word [our] prayers,” he says, “or you feel like you have to be really philosophical in everything you do, but in reality the Gospel’s simple, and it’s true.”

The second time around, every note and lyric is etched with intentionality. The up-tempo “One I’m Running To” harbors a melody line that sets the pace of racing toward God as the title implies. “This song is about those moments where you have a really big choice to let the weight of life totally crush you...or in spite of that, in that moment making the choice to run toward Christ as fast as you can because you know He’s the only way out, those moments when we choose Christ above all else,” Howard reflects.

For 7eventh Time Down, every song is an opportunity for ministry. The band has toured with a long list of impressive artists, including Newsboys, for King & Country, KJ-52, Manafest, Fireflight and Stellar Kart, among others, and was recently a featured artist on Air 1’s popular “Club Awesome Tour.” Logging nearly 100 shows a year, the band members are true road warriors, carrying full production for their live shows since their earliest days together, handling everything from sound and lighting to stage set-up themselves.

In an effort to expand their ministry beyond their music, the band partners with CURE International, a non-profit that operates hospitals and programs in 27 countries worldwide where patients receive surgical treatment and have the opportunity to hear the Gospel. During the “Club Awesome Tour” alone, more than 38 surgeries were funded.

“It’s literally what Jesus did. He showed up in town; He taught them, and then He healed the sick. He healed them and they received Christ,” Williams observes. “That’s what’s happening with CURE International. They’re going and performing surgeries, healing afflictions and sharing the love of God.”

Whether it’s through a radio single, a tour or their work with CURE International, 7eventh Time Down desires to carry the banner that the God they serve is bigger than any circumstance, any hurt or any music career. Howard aptly sums up the heart of their message as a band: “We just want to gently remind people that no matter what kind of junk you’re carrying around, Jesus is enough.”

7eventh Time Down - A Christmas Wish List 2014 live video shoot
Band Members ::
  • AUSTIN MILLER (drums)
  • CLIFF WILLIAMS (bass)
  • ERIC VANZANT (lead guitar)
  • MIKEY HOWARD (lead vocals & rhythm guitar)
Tracklisting ::

1. This Christmas
2. Wish List
3. I Heard the Bells on Christmas Day
4. Little Drummer Boy
5. Just Say Jesus (Radio Edit) [Nothing but the Blood]

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Friday, November 7, 2014

Citizens & Saints - Join the Triumph (2014) English Christian Album Download

Citizens & Saints - Join the Triumph (2014) English Christian Album Download
Join the Triumph is the latest Christian praise and worship album released by American Christian Rock Worship band, Citizens & Saints. This album was released on November 10, 2014 and released under the label, BEC Recordings.

Album Details ::

Album :: Join the Triumph

Artist :: Citizens & Saints

Release Date :: November 10, 2014

Genre :: Praise & Worship, Contemporary

Label :: BEC Recordings

Hometown :: Seattle, WA, USA.


Citizens & Saints - Join the Triumph (2014) Biography and History
Biography ::
Zach Bolen isn’t interested in debating differences. As the lead singer and songwriter for worship band under the new moniker Citizens & Saints, he hopes his music can do one thing—unite the Church by proclaiming the gospel through song.

“I feel like there’s so much division right now,” he says. “It’s really disheartening. I’m hopeful that that somehow our music can bring some unity. We might have different views, but we’re ultimately citizens. We’re part of the same kingdom.”

It’s a message Zach and his bandmates, Nate Garvey (keys), Nathan Furtado (bass), Spencer Abbott (guitar), Jeremy Kelderman (percussion), Adam Skatula (drums) and Brian Eichelberger (co-writer/producer/keys), have woven into their sophomore release on BEC Recordings. Join the Triumph reminds the local church that they’re part of the big-“C” Church—a victorious body whose sole job is to proclaim God’s Kingdom across the Earth.

The collection of revisited hymns and original songs advances the approach of Citizens’ self-titled debut album, which was released on BEC Recordings and Mars Hill Music in 2013. While Citizens & Saints hit Billboard’s Christian chart at #20 and #6 on its Top Heatseekers chart and received critical acclaim, the biggest signals of success are comments about the songs being cross-generational: “We’ve been hearing stories about kids singing these songs all the way up to grandmas and grandpas joining in,” Zach says.

The Holy Spirit used this realization to expand their viewpoint of music and ministry to be about “the entire church,” not just for specific demographic. “It’s actually for all people who are a part of the body of Christ.”

This lesson in unity is one playing out in the band itself. While Citizens was formed in 2011 when Zach served as the worship leader for Mars Hill U-district campus in Seattle, his departure from his position with the mega-church in 2014 led to a defining moment when the band made a “strong commitment to one another” to continue making music—no matter where they live, work and attend church with their growing families.

“I think that just shows the unity that Jesus brings in the Church. The primary thing for us will always be to serve the local church whether or not Citizens is playing together as a band at a specific church.”

Other differences mark the album. Whereas Citizens reflected the rawness of leading college students in worship in an old church building on Sunday nights, Join the Triumph emerges with skillful signs of maturation. Questions like “Is this melody actually sing-able?” and “Does this theme actually connect with a broad audience or is it so specific that it’s too personal?” were questions the band learned to ask with their first recording and sought to perfect on the second. Sonically Join the Triumph melds musical influences and eras. “It doesn’t bother me at all to say that we’re worship band, but I think that we pull from all kinds of different genres. I really love synth stuff, but I also love the rawness of electric guitars and big drums, so we’re kind of just taking from everything we love.”

This sophomore album brings a new chapter for the band with Zach no longer on staff at Mars Hill and the recent announcement of their new name Citizens & Saints. After releasing their earlier projects, it came to their attention that there was a UK band that was already working under the Citizens name. In a season of change, the band prayerfully changed their name to “Citizens & Saints.”

“Ephesians 2:19, where we got the name Citizens from is a celebration passage. From the beginning it was important as band to have a name that focused more on the people of God participating in joyful and expressive worship of Jesus, then attention being placed on a band, it’s songs or it’s name,” shares Zach. “Moving forward we feel as though “Citizens & Saints,” better exemplifies Ephesians 2:19. It is our goal to be clear in our presentation of the gospel. To put it plainly, the citizens and saints party ain’t over and it will continue long into eternity. We are grateful for the work that God has called us to, and will continue to do, now through “Citizens & Saints.”

At the end of the day, Zach realizes what connects musically with one may not connect with another. But he hopes there’s one thing all followers of Jesus can connect with: the Gospel. “What I love about worship music and what I love about both of these albums is that if we’ve been faithful to communicate what the Word is saying, then at the very least we can agree upon that.” 

Band Members ::
  • Zach Bolen
  • Spencer Abbott
  • Nate Garvey
  • Nathaniel Furtado
  • Adam Skatula
  • Brian Eichelberger
  • Jeremy Kelderman
Citizens & Saints - Join the Triumph (2014) live tour 2014
Tracklisting ::

01. The Strife Is Over
02. There Is a Fountain
03. You Brought Me Back to Life
04. The Mighty Hand of God
05. You Have Searched Me
06. Be Thou My Vision
07. Oh! Great Is Our God
08. The Gospel
09. Greatly to Be Praised
10. Father You Are All We Need
11. Before the Throne


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Thursday, February 6, 2014

Kutless - Glory 2014 English Christian Album Download

Kutless - Glory 2014 English Christian Album Download
Glory is the latest American Christian Pop Rock album released by American Christian Rock band, Kutless. This album was released on February 11, 2014 and released under the label, BEC Recordings.

Album Details ::

Album :: Glory

Artist :: Kutless

Release Date :: February 11, 2014

Genre :: Pop, Rock

Label :: BEC Records

Hometown :: Portland, Oregon, USA


Kutless - Glory 2014 Biography and History
History ::
Kutless is a Christian rock band from Portland, Oregon formed in 1999. Since their formation, they have released six studio albums including their latest, Believer. The band has also released a live album, Live from Portland. Currently, they have sold almost 2 million records.
Formed in Portland, Oregon as a Campus Worship band named Call Box. They performed during the 1999-2000 school year at Warner Pacific. Their first guitarist, Andrew Morrison, decided to leave the band shortly before they signed with BEC records. James Mead replaced Andrew at lead guitar. The Band changed their name to "Kutless" in October 2001 before releasing their first three track EP followed up by their full-length album in 2002 on BEC Recordings. Kutless chose their name because of a specific Bible verse. Romans 6:23 says, "For the wages of sin is death, but the free gift of God is eternal life in Christ Jesus our Lord" (NRSV). Because of this, the band says, "He took our cuts for us... leaving us 'Kutless'. Their first single was called "Your Touch." Their second single from their debut album, "Run," would go on to hold the record for the longest charting song in the history of the R&R Top 40 charts.

Kutless got their big debut between February and April 2003 when they opened up for Audio Adrenaline and MercyMe, two famous Christian bands at that time.In 2004, after releasing and selling over 250,000 copies of their second full-length album, Sea of Faces, Kutless would go on their first headlining tour, X 2004. That same year, Kutless was slated to perform at the 2004 Summer Olympics in Greece, but could not make it due to the airline canceling their flight. In 2005, Kutless played a Katrina Benefit Relief Concert in their hometown of Portland Oregon. They also released their first worship album, "Strong Tower." After recording but before release of "Strong Tower," bassist Kyle Zeigler and drummer Kyle Mitchell left the band to form VERBATIM Records, a nationally distributed record label based in the Portland, Oregon area. They were replaced with bassist Dave Luetkenhoelter and drummer Jeffrey Gilbert, who both came from the recently broken-up Christian rock band Seven Places. Kutless also went on the Strong Tower tour that year. Later in 2005, Kutless began recording their fourth full-length album. The album, "Hearts of the Innocent," was released on March 21, 2006. The band followed up with a tour, also featuring Stellar Kart, Disciple, and Falling Up.

On the March 28, 2006, an episode of NBC's Scrubs, "My Bright Idea," incorporated a significant portion of the song "All of the Words" from Sea of Faces during the final scene. The episode hit an eleven week ratings high, and was among the first Scrubs episodes that could be downloaded on iTunes. Laura Hutfless from the William Morris Agency said, "Placing the Kutless song, 'All the Words', on Scrubs was truly a team effort. We at William Morris were all very pleased with the way the song was incorporated into the television show and are thrilled that millions of Americans have now been exposed to this incredible band. I'm confident that this is only the beginning for Kutless as they continue to give their audience captivating and inspirational music and win new fans everyday." Kutless’s video "Shut Me Out" has been placed on an exclusive Microsoft/Wal-Mart DVD give-a-way. Consumers who purchase the new Xbox game "The Apprentice," featuring Donald Trump, will receive a copy of Kutless's new video. This is estimated to be in the hands of 350,000 gamers. Plus, Target Stores announced that the "Shut Me Out" video will play nationwide in all stores on Target TV (Red Channel) beginning in May (from Big Machine Media). Suzuki Motor Corporation announced that it will be the sole sponsor of the band's Hearts of the Innocent tour.
 
Band Members ::
  • Jon Micah Sumrall - Vocals
  • James Mead - Guitar
  • Jeffrey Gilbert - Drums
  • Dave Luetkenhoelter - Bass
  • Nick Departee - Guitar
Kutless - Glory 2014 singing live performance on stage
Tracklisting ::

1. Revelation
2. In Jesus Name
3. You Alone
4. All To You
5. We Lift You Up
6. We Will Worship
7. Rest
8. Restore Me
9. God Rest My Soul
10. Always
11. Never Too Late
12. In The City


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Wednesday, September 4, 2013

7eventh Time Down - Just Say Jesus 2013 English Christian Album Download

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Just Say Jesus is the latest Christian Rock album released by American Christian Rock band, 7eventh Time Down pronounced as Seventh Time Down. This album was released on September 03, 2013 and released under the label BEC Recordings.

Album Details ::

Album :: Just Say Jesus

Artist :: 7eventh Time Down

Release Date :: September 03, 2013

Genre :: Pop/Rock

Label :: BEC Recordings


Location :: Mount Vernon, KY, USA


7eventhtimedown--Just-Say-Jesus-2013-Biography-and-history
History ::
The best songs are those that are heard when we need them most—the ones that become lifelines of truth in the midst of uncertainty. Enter “Just Say Jesus,” the powerful title track and lead single from 7eventh Time Down’s sophomore album.

A little boy hears the song after losing a friend in a biking accident and asks his mom if it was written about the tragedy. A mother and father mourn the one-year anniversary of the death of their daughters, and the song helps them through the tear-filled day. A grown man who lost his father is comforted by the song in the wake of childhood memories.

One song, three very different scenarios.

“It’s way bigger than we are as a band. It’s way bigger than we could’ve hoped for because God’s using it,” offers lead singer Mikey Howard of the single’s resonance. The constant stream of stories from fans remind all four band members—Howard (lead vocals, rhythm guitar), Cliff Williams (bass), Eric Van Zant (lead guitar) and Austin Miller (drums)—of the power of a song to impact lives. For the Kentucky-bred foursome who grew up playing music together, it’s a privilege to get to steward this song, as well as the others on their new release.

Their second full-length project on BEC Recordings finds the band sharing some narratives of their own on Just Say Jesus. “There’s a story told in each song,” Williams explains. “We write about living and what inspires us because Christians are real people. As believers, God will inspire you. It’s going to be the biggest part of who you are. That doesn’t mean at times you’re not going to write a song that’s reflective of who you used to be. We’re just southern dudes who’ve got dirty pasts just like all the other people who have come to know God.”

The longtime friends are quick to admit that while brokenness is a part of every believer’s life, it’s important to not remain in a place of guilt and shame. The band isn’t interested in pity parties. Instead, they choose to celebrate redemption through their music. “We only touch on a little bit of the brokenness because we feel like that part of our story is the smallest part,” Howard shares. “We focus on what God has done in us through His son Jesus and the cross… We quickly get to the bigger part of the story, the resurrection part, and that’s what our focus is as a ministry—life, resurrection, joy.”

“There’s a lot of hope in this record,” Van Zant adds. He’s quick to acknowledge the power in the simplicity of the new album’s title: “The name of Jesus, nothing trumps that. That’s it. Nothing trumps the name of Jesus ever.”

While every bit as loud and hook-laden as their 2011 debut, Just Say Jesus is a more aggressive, focused and cohesive effort. All four members co-wrote the majority of the 10 tracks, while also lyrically collaborating with respected songwriters Ian Eskelin, Jeff Pardo and Tony Wood. Eskelin (Stellar Kart, Hawk Nelson) produced two of the tracks, while Howard produced the additional eight—a daunting, yet rewarding task for the front man. “It was a great experience. I learned so much,” Howard says. “I had [some producer friends] on speed dial, and if I had questions, I would call them, and they just really sewed into me as a producer and as a writer and just helped me hone in on the craft.”

Ironically, the majority of the album was cut in Howard’s basement studio in Mount Vernon, Ky., the same basement of his childhood home where the band recorded their first song when they were young teens.

Songs like the anthemic “Hurricanes,” the blazing “Renegade” and the iconic “Religious and Famous” provide a sonic assault to the senses, while lyrically radiating a clear message of truth. Miller hopes listeners will find their voice amidst the songs. “As Christians, a lot of times, we get caught up in how to word [our] prayers,” he says, “or you feel like you have to be really philosophical in everything you do, but in reality the Gospel’s simple, and it’s true.”

The second time around, every note and lyric is etched with intentionality. The up-tempo “One I’m Running To” harbors a melody line that sets the pace of racing toward God as the title implies. “This song is about those moments where you have a really big choice to let the weight of life totally crush you...or in spite of that, in that moment making the choice to run toward Christ as fast as you can because you know He’s the only way out, those moments when we choose Christ above all else,” Howard reflects.

For 7eventh Time Down, every song is an opportunity for ministry. The band has toured with a long list of impressive artists, including Newsboys, for King & Country, KJ-52, Manafest, Fireflight and Stellar Kart, among others, and was recently a featured artist on Air 1’s popular “Club Awesome Tour.” Logging nearly 100 shows a year, the band members are true road warriors, carrying full production for their live shows since their earliest days together, handling everything from sound and lighting to stage set-up themselves.

In an effort to expand their ministry beyond their music, the band partners with CURE International, a non-profit that operates hospitals and programs in 27 countries worldwide where patients receive surgical treatment and have the opportunity to hear the Gospel. During the “Club Awesome Tour” alone, more than 38 surgeries were funded.

“It’s literally what Jesus did. He showed up in town; He taught them, and then He healed the sick. He healed them and they received Christ,” Williams observes. “That’s what’s happening with CURE International. They’re going and performing surgeries, healing afflictions and sharing the love of God.”

Whether it’s through a radio single, a tour or their work with CURE International, 7eventh Time Down desires to carry the banner that the God they serve is bigger than any circumstance, any hurt or any music career. Howard aptly sums up the heart of their message as a band: “We just want to gently remind people that no matter what kind of junk you’re carrying around, Jesus is enough.”


7eventhtimedown--Just-Say-Jesus-2013-Band-Members
Band Members ::
  • AUSTIN MILLER (drums)
  • CLIFF WILLIAMS (bass)
  • ERIC VANZANT (lead guitar)
  • MIKEY HOWARD (lead vocals & rhythm guitar)
7eventhtimedown--Just-Say-Jesus-2013-live-performance
Tracklisting ::

01. Wait For You
02. The One I'm Running To
03. Just Say Jesus
04. Good Life
05. Hurricanes
06. Nothing To GIve
07. Shadow
08. Religious And Famous
09. Free
10. Renegade


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Saturday, April 20, 2013

Seventh Day Slumber - Love & Worship 2013 English Christian Album Download

Seventh Day Slumber - Love & Worship 2013 English Christian Album Download
Love and Worship is the latest Christian Worship album released by American Christian Rock Band, Seventh Day Slumber. This album was released on March 12, 2013 and released under the label, BEC / Tooth and Nail Records.

Album Details ::
Album :: Love and Worship

Artist :: Seventh Day Slumber


Release Date ::
March 12, 2013

Genre :: Rock, Contemporary


Label :: Tooth and Nail Records / BEC


Location :: Dallas, Texas


Seventh Day Slumber - Love & Worship 2013 Biography and History
Biography ::
Seventh Day Slumber is a Christian rock band from Dallas, Texas formed in 1996. They were an independent band for five years. until signed to Tooth and Nail Records in 2007. They are best known for their songs "Oceans from the Rain" and "Surrender". "Oceans from the Rain" was the 14th most played song on Christian CHR radio in 2006 according to the Weekend 22. "Surrender" placed on the X 2009 Christian rock hits compilation.

Lead vocalist Joseph Rojas's father left him and his mother at the age of 3, Rojas went into a deep state of depression and started to become addicted to crack, cocaine, and other drugs. He was soon selling drugs himself on the streets and taking part in other various felonies and crimes. He was admitted to various rehab centers and hospitals, but when all of them failed he gave up, quitting all together. Rojas was planning to commit suicide and overdose on cocaine to stop his heart, but he wasn't expecting his mother to be the one to find him. He was rescued by paramedics and was later quoted as saying that the flashing lights from the ambulance made him truly see God, and inspired him to change his ways. He started slowing cutting back on his drugs and drinking, and eventually was able to quit them all together through the help of family, rehabs, and prayer. Once he was clean, he decided to go to college, which is where he found his passion for music and where he met some of his current band members. The reason why he wanted to write music was because, "I wanted to give something back to God after all he's done for me".

Seventh Day Slumber - Love & Worship 2013 Band Members
Band Members ::
  • Joseph Rojas—Vocals/Guitar
  • Joshua Schwartz—Bass
  • Jeremy Holderfield—Guitar
  • Jamie Davis—Drums
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Tracklisting ::
01. Our God
02. I Am Not the Same
03. 10,000 Reasons (Bless the Lord)
04. Desert Song
05. Stronger
06. God Is Able
07. Forever Reign
08. Here with You
09. White Flag
10. Your Name High
11. Never Let Go


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Thursday, June 30, 2011

7eventh Time Down - Alive in You 2011 English Christian Single

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Alive In You is the latest Christian Single released by American Christian Rock Band 7eventh Time Down. This song was released on June 28, 2011 and released under the label BEC Recordings.

Album Details ::

Single :: Alive in You

Artist :: 7eventh Time Down


Genre :: Rock


Label :: BEC Recordings

Location :: Mount Vernon, USA



7eventh Time Down - Alive in You 2011 band members7eventh Time Down - Alive in You 2011 band members
History ::
Seventh Time Down brings a raw, uninhibited face to the revered genre of Rock music. Their innovative sound, spawned from the elements of their influences, Lynyrd Skynrd, Bon Jovi, The Outlaws and the Beatles, along with Switchfoot, U2, Coldplay and myriad of other legends, has propelled these four southern boys to be anything but unnoticed. With an unerring instinct in their lyrics, the aim of ...Seventh Time Down is to have the music filter into the innermost parts of you.

Lead singer and guitarist, Mikey Howard, who also writes many of the lyrics, says “When it gets right down to it, I’ve just tried to be who I am. I can’t be anybody but me. Nothing hidden, we’re an “on the surface” band and that comes out in our lyrics.” Four different individuals who boast, friends to the end, Austin Miller on drums, Cliff Williams, bass and Eric VanZant, lead guitar, bring a melding of harmony, rock and a unique essence of soul searching to the stage and to their writing. Hailing from Kentucky, Seventh Time Down has managed to create a sound that draws from their southern rock roots, but also manages to infuse that gritty American sound with radio-friendly pop hooks and brit-rock-influenced anthems. This combination gives their music its own distinctively unique voice that will never be confused with anything else.

Tracklisting ::

01. Alive In You

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