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For all of you that already know what a rawkin' band Seventh Day Slumber is, and you didn't know they had a new album.....check it out here!! And for all of you that may not know them..........if you like melodic modern hard rock...you'll dig this band!!

 

Seventh Day Slumber

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I did see this news the other day but forgot about it. I must check this out, as well as Fightstar.

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I kind of like this band, have a couple of their CDs......Haven't thought about them in quite awhile, will check out their MySpace page. Thank you for the updated info. JLP :headbanger: ! Cheers, Jeff.

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I like this band, but is it just me, or do they get a little softer with each album? If they keep polishing down that hard rock edge, pretty soon they'll be played on CCM radio alongside Casting Crowns, Stephen Curtis Chapman, and Sanctus Real.

 

Of course, I've only heard one fairly mellow song off the new album; the rest of the CD might rock like a mother!! (Jim, can you shed any light on this?)

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I like this band, but is it just me, or do they get a little softer with each album? If they keep polishing down that hard rock edge, pretty soon they'll be played on CCM radio alongside Casting Crowns, Stephen Curtis Chapman, and Sanctus Real.

 

Of course, I've only heard one fairly mellow song off the new album; the rest of the CD might rock like a mother!! (Jim, can you shed any light on this?)

 

From what I've gathered, it is a bit 'mellower' on this release.........

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I like this band, but is it just me, or do they get a little softer with each album? If they keep polishing down that hard rock edge, pretty soon they'll be played on CCM radio alongside Casting Crowns, Stephen Curtis Chapman, and Sanctus Real.

 

Of course, I've only heard one fairly mellow song off the new album; the rest of the CD might rock like a mother!! (Jim, can you shed any light on this?)

From what I've gathered, it is a bit 'mellower' on this release......

Good to know. Usually I blind-buy this band, but I think this time I'll have to check out sound samples before shelling out the dough.

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Wow. Has anyone heard the new album - 'The Anthem of Angels?' Sorry in advance to the christians aboard as I'm sure I'll no doubt offend, but this is the most Jesus-whipped, pathetic, whimpery, and (figuratively?) God-semen-guzzling CD I think I've heard yet. What a truly pathetic, miserable and disgraceful band they come across as on this CD. Millimetres away from forming some extremist christian cult, I fear, is where these empty human shells are at.

 

I've kind of dug these guys through the years. Grinned and beared through their ugly (but never this extreme?) christian lyrics for the sake of some good modern rock songs, but I don't know what to make of this one. The songs are still pretty decent - though they seem to be quite subdued and samey this time around. But the lyrics... man... unbelievable. I'm sure that even some "normal" christians will be embarrassed for the guys with this effort. They really just sound so pathetic, needy and desperate.

 

I wanted to copy and paste some of the lyrics as an example so people could see where I'm coming from, but looks like it's a no go. A lot of crap about being one mistake away losing the love of the great, spiteful and hateful God these schmucks live for, a lot of references to being warmly nestled in God's sexy and muscular arms, the one who makes nations tremble knowing this dude's name and utter rubbish like that. Just a hell of a lot of sad whining about how these poor pieces of shit aren't good enough for their supposedly all-loving God who actually hates them because they're not good enough for his love... or something like that.

 

Why people waste time critisizing a band like Steel Panther for actually writing lyrics with substance (well, compared to this garbage anyway :lol:) while this shit is circulating the airwaves... I cannot fathom it. :(

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While the lyrics are quite evangelical, the music on this release seems to have gone back to a more rockin' direction.

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Why people waste time critisizing a band like Steel Panther for actually writing lyrics with substance (well, compared to this garbage anyway :lol:) while this shit is circulating the airwaves...I cannot fathom it.

So you loudly preach that we should all simply sit back and ignore Steel Panther's extremely raunchy lyrics for the sake of being entertained by good songs, but you insist you can't listen to these extreme Christian lyrics despite the songs being good? Where I come from, that's called hypocrisy, my friend. B)

 

And for the record, this album is much better than their last couple, and I am not one bit bothered, embarrassed, or offended by the lyrics. If I'm not bothered by you referring to Seventh Day Slumber as a bunch of God-semen-guzzlers, I'm certainly not bothered by the lyrics on this CD.

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Why people waste time critisizing a band like Steel Panther for actually writing lyrics with substance (well, compared to this garbage anyway :lol:) while this shit is circulating the airwaves...I cannot fathom it.

So you loudly preach that we should all simply sit back and ignore Steel Panther's extremely raunchy lyrics for the sake of being entertained by good songs, but you insist you can't listen to these extreme Christian lyrics despite the songs being good? Where I come from, that's called hypocrisy, my friend. B)

 

And for the record, this album is much better than their last couple, and I am not one bit bothered, embarrassed, or offended by the lyrics. If I'm not bothered by you referring to Seventh Day Slumber as a bunch of God-semen-guzzlers, I'm certainly not bothered by the lyrics on this CD.

It would make me hypocritical, if that's what I'd said. ;)

 

My brothers agreed with me recently that for a hater of any and all religion, I probably have the biggest collection of christian music, seriously, in the world? Who knows?

 

But you should know better - I pretty much sold Disciple's 'Scars Remain' to a heap of members here who'd have probably not heard it otherwise. I've constantly praised The Brave and Holy Soldier for example... and when it's good I acknowledge it.

 

But mate, all I said here was "The songs are still pretty decent - though they seem to be quite subdued and samey this time around." That's hardly singing it's praises. Especially compared to a band like Steel Panther, who are inarguably recording music and songs (not including lyrics) which are every bit as excellent as the best of 1989-1991. Those songs are not just "okay."

 

If this CD was that good I'd cringe through it despite the lyrics, but it's not. It's standard modern rock that many have done a lot better, with a lot better lyrics. ;)

 

Sorry mate, just a so-so CD made pretty unacceptable by amazingly bad lyrics.

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Well, these bottom feeders are at it again. For those who don't know, these miserable gronks have released another album this year, called 'Found.' It can't just be me, but do these guys sound less and less like a "skilled" band that has been at it for years with almost every release? This sounds like a pre-record deal album in the early years, as opposed to the 50 or 60th album they've recorded. It's so mopey and sad and miserable.

 

These guys, to me, are the pin up boys for the misery that voluntary enslavement to a moronic religion brings. These guys just sound so miserable and down on life... chained down by the restrictions and excessive moronicy (yep, it's a word - I just made it so) of their idiotic religion. They sound like they just feel trapped and will deal with it until their miserable demise where wow, surprise surprise... no delightful afterlife for them to spread their misery amongst other devotees. Just an end to their misery... probably not a bad trade off.

 

Anyway, I haven't minded these bands and the 'We are the broken' album from 2014 was actually the best they've achieved yet. This new album isn't their greatest... it's actually quite poor... but just their dreary, downtrodden misery... jeez it's irritating.

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