THE SEVENTH CROSS BIOGRAPHY
The seventh cross was founded in the summer of 2004. A bunch of dudes not particularly happy with their current bands grouped together and wrote a bunch of kick ass metal tunes. Taking inspiration from Tolkein, Slayer & all things heavy metal they sought to craft a band based on music and integrity, rather than shitty hair cuts and tight jeans.THE SEVENTH CROSS GENRES
2 years down the line have seen a few line up changes, a debut album released then re-released, recording contracts signed, countless gigs played (and annihilated) and a few tours under their belt. But, the main principles remain the same:
No bullshit Tony & Guy haircuts. No tight jeans. No style over substance. No rock star bullshit. Just the music.
In a scene where all it takes for a band to suceed is a few days of adding friends on myspace The Seventh Cross aim to stand apart from many of their contemporaries. Their emphasis will always be on the music, the lyrics and the most ferocious live show as they are capable of.
The second full length is already in the works and promises to FUCKING SHRED. Just you wait and see.
Until then, we'll see you in the pit.
Melodic Death/Black Metal
THE SEVENTH CROSS LYRICAL THEMES
The plague of industrialisation on the Earth
THE SEVENTH CROSS ORIGIN
United Kingdom (Worcester), formed in 2004
THE SEVENTH CROSS CURRENT RECORD LABEL
THE SEVENTH CROSS STATUS
THE SEVENTH CROSS CURRENT LINE-UP
Jim - Guitar
Jon - Bass
Sheep - Vocals
JJ - Guitar
Craig Reynolds - Drums (Viatrophy)
THE SEVENTH CROSS PREVIOUS LINE-UP
Matt Kings - Vocals (July 2004 - December 2005)
Ricky Shah - Guitars (July 2004 - December 2005)
Simon Lucas - Drums (July 2004 - 2006) (Atavist)