Seven Sisters

                                                                                                         Title: Seven Sisters

                                                                                                         Label:High Roller Records

                                                                                                         Release Date: 14th October 2016

Seven Sisters are keeping NWOBHM alive and it’s great to see them get  well-deserved attention in the media worldwide.

Having first got into Heavy Metal when the NWOBHM was in its prime back in the late Seventies /early Eighties thanks to bands such as Praying Mantis, Tobruk and Mythra ,and with the reformation of many of these bands over the years it’s awesome to see a band of youngsters keeping the grass roots of the New Wave of  British Heavy Metal Alive.  

 

These Londoners released their Debut “The Warden” and Single “Lost in Time” in 2015 and are about to unleash  their debut Album the self-titled “Seven Sisters” , on the world in early October.

 The band have an immense old school debut on their hands here. Every track will get your blood pumping , reminding you of the glory days of the NWOBHM but with a modern spin.   

“Destiny’s Calling” opens proceedings , the first thing that hits you is the clear and precise sound with some kick ass guitar riffs and vocals from Kyle Neil , accompanied by the second guitarist Graeme Farmers  solo wizardry , this band mean business. What a stunning opener  leaving you totally gobsmacked and in awe.

”Highways of The Night” races out of the traps with pounding drums and racing guitars , engines scream , taking you down the Metal Highways off the night, this is old school head banging delirium as you strain every sinew in your neck, turn this up to 12 and delight in this bands pedigree.

Steve Loftin bashes the hell out of his drum kit , the guitar solos are divine ,this is only the second track and I am exhausted already !! this is going to be killer live! Javi Rutes Bass thunders  rattling your bones then bang! the drums explode and the guitars envelop you , the room is a frenzy of banged heads, this is fast , duelling Metal, just how it should always be.

 

So three tracks in you find yourself spell bindingly addicted , punching the air and rocking your whole body to these London bad boys!

Title track and Band Name is the longest song called Seven Sisters..(obviously) this is an epic seven minutes of your life as the band remind you of some of the best Metal icons to have ever graced a stage, you need to listen yourself to this song and come to your own conclusions ,simply put it is imposingly glorious and like a “Rainbow in The Dark” it captivates your mind, body and soul.

 “Pure as Sin” sees the riffs coming thick and fast as the band continue to amaze and enthral you. “Commanded by Fear” see's thunderous rhythms pummel you senseless , believe me there is no let up as penultimate number “Gods and Men Alike” continues to amaze and beguile you with the bands huge guitar sound and death defying killer rhythm section going full out. 

 

Final song “Cast to the Skies” opens gently then becomes  a full on Metal Meltdown of fist punching, head banging delight.

Without a doubt the band wear their influences heavily on their sleeves but so what it's original! Sevensisters are not a lazy cover band taking and copying another bands glory. This is the bands own material delivered with honour.

This is a Powerful and Glorious no bullshit Metal release.

Seven Sisters are the real deal, check them out as they are about to embark on a big UK tour soon ..Seven Sisters  Rawk! 

 

Review: Seb Di Gatto   Score:9/10

Rebiew Written: 24.09.16

 

Tracklisting

1.    Destiny's Calling 

2. Highways Of The Night  
3. The Silk Road  
4. Seven Sisters 
5. Pure As Sin  
6. Commanded By Fear  
7. Gods And Men Alike  
8. Cast To The Stars 

Vocals/Guitar - Kyle McNeill
Guitar - Graeme Farmer
Bass - Javi Rute
Drums - Steve Loftin

 

                                                                                                                                                                                  SEVEN SISTERS  Interview

 

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