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7 Horns 7 Eyes

by 7 Horns 7 Eyes

Melodic Brutal Metal
Genre: Metal/Punk: Metalcore
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1. Yet You Still Choke
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2. To The Gates
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3. Seal Your Fate
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4. Black Hand
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5. Redefining Moment
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6. It Is Not The End
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Album Notes
Christian. Metal. When these words that seemingly conflict are placed together, they represent a category of music that has long been debated, misunderstood, and criticized by both the church and by mainstream society. Realistically, the surrounding controversy is likely to never be put to rest, but for 7 Horns 7 Eyes, it is a position that occurs comfortably and naturally. "It's simply about being honest" states guitarist Aaron Smith. "Every artist has some kind of subject matter to write about that is important to them, and for us, there is nothing more important to speak of than than the fullness that can be found in knowing Jesus Christ." This transparent approach is crucial, as it leaves room for the listener to connect at whatever level they choose, without straining respect for the differing beliefs amongst the band's fanbase.
7 Horns 7 Eyes has not only shown that metal can indeed host a Christian perspective, but that the combination can be done well. With influences ranging from Van Halen to Arch Enemy, Jimmy Eat World to The Acacia Strain, hear and see for yourself today!


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7 Horns 7 Eyes
Man, this album is sick, you guys have a great sound, very impressed.


this cd is really really great!!! i was blown away by the songs on the myspace and i bought there cd right away!!!... every song is really good ... the vocals the music... and the LYRICS....they lyrics are my favorite part.... they are sooo intense and the best thing about it is that they are the truth.... i urge everyone to check this cd out... very good stuff here... and the cool thing about it is .... this is just a taste... just think of how insane the full length albume will be!!!!

Jacob Millar

Great work!
This is by far the best EP that i have ever heard. Thanks so much for putting it out, i listen to it every day. Aaron you did a great job on the recording, and your definetly my inspiration for a recording engineer. Thanks again for this awesome music for God. You guys are real legit!


These guys are awesme, their music is awesome, this CD is awesome!

Definately get your hands on it, awesome tunes, lyrics of truth

you cant go wrong


nothing but intense words of truth


You guys did a great with supporting the Christian faith with awesome metal. Keep up the good work, may God Bless you all!

James Honey

7 Horns 7 Eyes
This band has got to be one of the best up and coming metal bands not only in christian music but in the metal world in general. You really need to buy this album and support this great band.

jonathan lampley

awsome rockn hard
the album was hard like i like it good sound flow need more albums

Amy Rawks Hard

This cd is great!! Excellent job you guys, and I can't wait for the new stuff to be out on cd!! :D God bless, and keep it rawkin' for Christ!!

Jacob Dietrich

This is comparable to a lot of other metalcore bands out there. I first heard them on iTunes and thought i had to get a hard copy of this. Very, very, very, gnarly!
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