Tag: 7eventh Sea

NEWS: 7eventh Sea take the plunge with “Swalk”!

In February we said “Five piece Portsmouth Metalcore act 7eventh Sea have made their 2020 return with new single and music video for “Betrayer“. This new material appears just a week after the 1st Anniversary of their debut single “Hollow” so after the success of 2019 which included support slots for the likes of Miscreant and Borders, 2020 looks bright!”

NEWS: Betrayed by the 7eventh Sea?

Five piece Portsmouth Metalcore act 7eventh Sea have made their 2020 return with new single and music video for “Betrayer“. This new material appears just a week after the 1st Anniversary of their debut single “Hollow” so after the success of 2019 which included support slots for the likes of Miscreant and Borders, 2020 looks

NEWS: MacMillanfest 2019 line-up announcement!

It’s that time of year again! The 2019 incarnation of MacMillanfest will take place on 7th September at Nottingham Rock City to raise money for MacMillan Cancer Support. A truly unique and wonderful event, it’s a who’s who on the UK Metal Underground scene! Announced so far…. Oceans Ate Alaska Nordic Giants Skarlett Riot The

NEWS: “Empty Dreams & Memories” from 7eventh Sea!

Taken from their debut EP “As The Candlelight Dies”, Portmouth Metalcore quintet 7eventh Sea have released a music video for “Empty Dreams & Memories”. They’re about to head out on a trio of co-headlining shows with Manifest this weekend so catch ’em if you can!

NEWS: 7eventh Sea & Manifest co-headlining dates in August!

Portsmouth Metalcore quintet 7eventh Sea, famous for their Punk Goes Pop style cover of “Closer” by The Chainsmokers have announced a trio of co-headlining dates with Manifest in August; 17th Southampton , The Joiners 18th Birmingham, The Actress & Bishop 19th Cardiff, Fuel Rock Club 7eventh Sea’s debut EP “As The Candlelight Dies” was released in April and

NEWS: January & February dates for Shields!

Kicking off on Friday 19th January, Shields have announced a few tour dates to get their year off to a decent start! With Escape The Fate, Palisades & Set To Stun; 19/01 – Belfast, Oh Yeah Centre 20/01 – Glasgow, Garage 21/01 – Manchester, Academy 2 22/01 – Bristol, Thekla 09/02 – London, Koko 10/02