New Music: Seven Days After
Seven Days After: Was founded in 2010 after the break up of Victory Records Artist “the Autumn Offering” and frustrated with the state of heavy metal, Matthew and Jesse decided to do something more melodic. They both grew up on Slayer, but also bands like Alice In Chains and Soundgarden were huge favorites. Known for having a great set of pipes. Matt McChesney: was exited to really show what he could do. The clean passages of his former bands “The Autumn Offering” and “Hell Within” were few and far between. With such aggressive music, Matthew always did what the song called for, which was usually roaring like Godzilla. Now with Seven Days After, he has a platform for his melodic singing. The album is full of great vocal harmonies, passionate singing and memorable haunting music that will stay with you!!!
Jesse Saint: brings his amazing guitar skills, and massive tone to this record. Rather than shredding like he did on the “self titled” Autumn Offering record he chose to show the haunting, more melodic side to his playing (Guitar nerds don’t worry, there are some blistering bluesy solo’s to be heard). Jesse who has toured with many bands of varied styles like “Scum of the Earth, Silent Civilian, & Depswa” was more focused on memorable catchy melodies and bone crushing Riffs.
No Ego on this album “The Writing” took precedent fusing elements of 90’s rock, Heavy Riffs, and Monster hooks Fans of bands like Alice N Chains, Stone Sour, Faith no More, etc will love this new Hard Rock Act. The bands 1st full length album is due out Winter of 2011 and was produced by logan Mader (Machine Head, Soulfly, Devil Driver, Dommin etc). Vist www.facebook.com/sevendaysafter for tour dates, music, and more info on the band!
This entry was posted on November 4, 2011 at 2:28 pm and is filed under All Metal, Artist Watch, New Music, News with tags Jesse Saint, Matt McChesney, music, Seven Days After, the Autumn Offering, The Rock Tribune, TheRockTribune.com. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site.