Florida-based, female-fronted power metallers SEVEN KINGDOMS will release their third album, “The Fire Is Mine”, on October 9 via Nightmare Records. The CD was recorded in May at Morrisound Studios in Tampa, Florida with legendary producer Jim Morris (ICED EARTH, OBITUARY, JON OLIVA’S PAIN, JAG PANZER).
According to a press release, “‘The Fire Is Mine’ shows a great solidification in [SEVEN KINGDOMS‘] sound and direction; they’ve amped up every aspect from songwriting, vocals to production and live performance. This one goes to eleven on all counts — including the number of tracks! The vocals and beautiful crystalline melodies of Sabrina Valentine are uniquely set in a furious power/thrash metal attack, blended with epic choirs and the occasional beer-chanting of the men of SEVEN KINGDOMS.”
Commented SEVEN KINGDOMS guitarist Camden Cruz: “Words cannot describe how excited we are to get this album out to the masses. We have further developed our sound on this album, and I think many will agree that it’s a whole step above the last record, in every way possible. This is also our ‘best’-sounding record we have done. We truly believe everyone will enjoy it! We had many of our fans donate to the recording which was a tremendous help. This record was made possible by YOUR help! Thank you.”
01. Beyond The Wall
02. After The Fall
03. Forever Brave
04. Flame Of Olympus
05. Symphony Of Stars
06. The Fire Is Mine
08. Fragile Minds Collapse
09. In The Twisted Twilight
10. A Debt Paid In Steel
11. The King In The North
SEVEN KINGDOMS‘ video for the song “After The Fall” will receive its exclusive premiere at the ProgPower USA festival on Saturday, September 15. It will be shown that evening on the big screens in between sets from PRETTY MAIDS and SYMPHONY X.
A screenshot from the video can be seen below.
SEVEN KINGDOMS‘s sophomore album was released in July 2010 via Nightmare Records.
Formed in Deland, Florida in 2007 by Camden Cruz and Bryan Edwards, SEVEN KINGDOMS entered Morrisound Recording in Tampa in August 2007 to record its debut self-financed independent release, “Brothers of the Night”, which was lyrically inspired by the literary works of George R. Martin.
After playing shows throughout the Southeastern region of the United States with such bands as SONATA ARCTICA, THE AGONIST, STEPHEN PEARCY and CIRCLE II CIRCLE, SEVEN KINGDOMS returned to Morrisound in 2009 to begin work on its self-titled sophomore effort.
SEVEN KINGDOMS is:
Sabrina Valentine – Vocals
Camden Cruz – Guitar
Kevin Byrd – Guitar
Aaron Sluss – Bass
Keith Byrd – Drums