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International hard rockers Seven Hard Years are excited to announce their forthcoming third album entitled 'For The Record'!

Led by ex-Shy drummer Alan Kelly, Seven Hard Years (7HY, if you like) released 'Stories We Tell' via Lion's Pride music in 2016 as well as 'No Place In Heaven' via Lynchburg Music Group in 2014. 'For The Record' once again features the songwriting and multi-instrumental prowess of Kelly, with lead vocals by Shawn Pelata, lead guitar by Danny Beardsley, as well as additional musical collaboration from Andrew Chick. Chick also mixed and mastered the album.

'For The Record' is due via Lion's Pride Music in August 2017 and will be available worldwide!

 

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That one is very nice. Production sounds a lot better than the last two albums. Much better.

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More info from Lions Pride Music:

 

Happy birthday Seven Hard Years / "7HY" - For The Record available now through Lions Pride Music worldwide!! Subscribe in our mailing list so, you'll get the news of our label first!


Released: 31 August 2017
Cat. Number: LPM 052


Track list:

1. Never Say Goodbye

2. Burning Rain

3. Nothing Hurts Me Like You

4. Uprising

5. Be Who We Want

6. Can't Let You Go

7. That Song

8. Strangers Again

9. We Can Be Strong

10. I'm Gonna Be You

11. What Love Can Make Me Do

12. What Is The World

As an album, 'For The Record' carries the 7HY banner forward. While still centering around melodic chorus hooks and strong hard rock energy, the record finds 7HY expanding its horizons in terms of layers and production. Songs like "Never Say Goodbye", "That Song", and "Uprising" showcase what 7HY is best known for; hard-hitting rock with strong melodic currents. Then there are songs like the, dare we say, epic "What Is The World" with its broadly-scoped atmosphere and "Burning Rain"; a subtle, intensely mood-driven rocker. Suffice to say, the band has simply outdone itself. With 'For The Record', Seven Hard Years has now firmly established itself as a legitimate force in the melodic hard rock universe.

Members:
Alan Kelly - Guitar, bass, drums, keys, backing vocals
Shawn Pelata - Lead & Backing vocals

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