Sevendust - He Is Legend, Never Your Zero, Seventh Seal
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Sevendust quietly appeared in 1997 with their self-titled debut and after years of touring they garnered a Gold record and a name for themselves within the Nu-Metal world. In 1998, Sevendust was invited to perform at the Dynamo Open Air Festival and the Ozzfest tour, expanding them to a national audience. They exploded onto the Billboard 200 with their sophomore set, Home, which reached #19 on the charts and earned another them Gold certification. In 1999, Sevendust tour dates were booked at Woodstock 1999 and they also joined Slipknot for the Tattoo the Earth Tour in 2000.
The new millennium brought more success for the group and they released another six albums and charted over a dozen singles on the Modern Rock singles chart. More recently, Sevendust toured with Puddle of Mudd and Chevelle on the Carnival of Madness Tour and with Korn on the Music As A Weapon 5 Tour. In support of their latest release, Cold Day Memory, Sevendust tour dates are scheduled across the nation. Stay on top of Sevendust tour dates and concert schedule (2011) information using Eventful.
He Is Legend: Marilyn Monroe was once quoted with saying, Hollywood is a place where theyll pay you $50,000 for a kiss and 50 cents for your soul. The sign alone towers above the city like a colossal goal to be reached; nine shimmering letters that collectively promise a multitude of dreams, a potential for fame, and all the glitz and glamour the two combined can accrue. But as Monroe put it, things of actual worth are of little value here.
I Am Hollywood just mainly harps on the creepy side of the city that is acclaimed for making your dreams come true, explains He Is legend vocalist, Schuylar Croom of their debut release on Solid State Records. It just seems like such a joke...where everything is fake and over-produced.
The hope of sudden success or instant discovery may be enough for aspiring actors to that city, but for the five North Carolina natives that comprise He Is Legend, success has been a continuous endeavor since their inception four years ago. After forming in high school and experimenting with different styles, names, and members they finally found their niche and were soon discovered by Tribunal Records.
Already having the reputation for releasing music from the hottest up and coming groups like Atreyu and From Autumn to Ashes, Tribunal found a spark in He Is Legend that motivated the label to release the bands debut EP, 90125 in June 2004. The EP not only received rave reviews, but also peeked curiosity for what their full-length album would bring.
Now with the mastermind of producer Adam Dutkiewicz (Killswitch Engage, Every Time I Die) and a new label home, Solid State Records, He Is Legend is poised to release what will surely become a hard rock must for 2004. I Am Hollywood not only supplies listeners with clever lyrics mixed with cathartic vocals and catchy beats, but every song is so convincing of their heartfelt sincerity that when Croom shouts shake that thing! in the midst of their title track, listeners will find themselves doing just that."
I think that 90125 foreshadows the Hollywood debut a lot, Croom explains, It has some of the same sound, but I do feel like we have grown up a bit and I think that I Am Hollywood can fall on anyones ears to be enjoyed. We definitely got a little bit sassier, a little bit more dirt rock.
And though the band is taking a sort of satirical look at Hollywood and all its glitz and glamour, He Is Legend themselves are not lacking in the confidence of upcoming stars. We wrote this music knowing what we liked to hear, Croom elaborates on the subject. We are just tired of hearing these ridiculous bands doing the same things, sacrificing the talent and musical ability for a crazy live show, ripping off the same lead singers, doing the same ol moves. We decided that it was time for something a little different, and we are confident that people will like it...because we love it.
Seventh Seal: Seventh Seal: a band with a sound so ferocious and pounding, it stands apart from the norm, its lyrical messages of hope and positivity dovetailing beautifully with the music, providing a duality that is rare in the heavy-metal genre. Their music is charting extremely well on Internet and independent radio, with two songs, “Forsaken” and “Martyr,” reaching 1, ahead of such bands as Underoath, As I Lay Dying, Project 86, and P.O.D.
Nathan Heavel(bass, backing vocals), Josh Clark (lead vocals, rhythm guitar) and Mark Mathias(drums) came together in 2002 to form Seventh Seal. They began writing material that would become the basis for the band’s 2003 debut album. Joe Begly(lead guitar, backing vocals) joined the band in the spring of 2003 and Seventh Seal then set about recording its hard-rock/metal album in the fall, working with award-winning producer Travis Wyrick.
In 2005 the band took on a new musical direction, exploring the genre of metal and hard rock, and recording an EP. Soon after the EP was completed, Mark Mathias stepped down as drummer but continued as the band’s manager. Tim Warner, a drummer who had worked previously with Nathan and Josh, joined the band in February of 2006.
Seventh Seal has become a touring force in the Mid-Atlantic States, drawing large crowds at major rock venues, including The Recher Theatre, Fletchers, Sonar, The House of Rock, The Thunderdome, Jaxx, Stingers and the Funk Box. The band also has enjoyed national attention, being featured in the magazines HM and Relevant, both in articles and on compilation samplers.
As 2006 drew to a close, Seventh Seal added guitarist Justin Gosnell (Vestascension) to their line-up to further diversify their sound thus allowing lead singer Josh Clark more freedom to interact with their fans during their shows. The new line-up has been performing to rave reviews. The band, now a five-piece, is busily writing and plans to release its sophomore album sometime in late 2007.
Seventh Seal is a band that is different. This band is a group of men who have devoted their lives to searching for what it means to show honesty and integrity in a world diseased with lies. Never making claims of perfection, Seventh Seal is about living lives that can make this world a better place.