Northern Irish metal quartet 7 Days Dead have announced full details of their highly anticipated debut EP 'Beyond Within'. Expect 'in your face metal with big heavy grooves, huge vocal melodies and seriously catchy hooks', comments drummer Stephen Brown.
The self-released record drops on 16th February and the band have announced a launch show to celebrate the release at Limelight 2, Belfast. The band has welcomed local heavy metal veterans Honey For Christ as main support to the event with Spittin Bones and Red Six opening proceedings.
'Beyond Within' was recorded at Manor Park Studios, Northern Ireland with producer Neal Calderwood (The Answer, The Dangerfields, General Fiasco, Million Dollar Reload, Therapy?). Artwork undertaken by Kieran Hill from Dog Day Design.
'Beyond Within' is a bold statement of intent from 7 Days Dead and their debut offering is a mere appetiser of the carnage that will ensue. They've already won over the local crowds and cemented a reputation as being 'one of the best on the local live circuit' - Planet Mosh. Stephen adds that moving forward from their release 'the band aim to gig relentlessly, play shows all over Ireland, into the UK and further afield. 7 Days Dead will do whatever it takes to get this music heard.'
Be aware, be very aware. 7 Days Dead are coming your way very soon!
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