Tag: seventh day slumber

December 31, 2020

Best of 2020: Rob Jensen

I was going to write a little intro to this list of mine, but in the end I figured I’d just let it speak for itself. Alot of great music dropped despite all the year brought us and these are my top 20. Let me know what you think!     20. Everything In Slow Motion – “Influence”. (Rock/Hard Rock) Released 10/16/20 on Facedown Records. Influence was the band’s first release since the 2016 ep, Laid Low.… Continued →

January 30, 2020

New Video From Seventh Day Slumber: "Man Down"

Seventh Day Slumber dropped their newest album, “Closer To Chaos” in 2019 and the album was chock full of hard rock tunes. One of which was “Man Down”, a song that addresses PTSD, something many men and women who served in our armed forces deal with as a result of the sacrifice they made defending our nation and freedoms. Check out the new video for this song below and let us know what you think.… Continued →

November 15, 2019

City Rockfest 2020 Announces Lineup

Every year, City Rockfest tours the country bringing the best in hard rock and a message of life-changing hope with them. Each year, fans eagerly await the announcement of who will be taking part in the tour, and today the announcement came and it looks incredible. Who. Is. Going? Continued →

February 1, 2019

Introducing Rockfest Radio

Rockfest. The name is carrying more and more clout as the days pass, and rightfully so. Founded by Seventh Day Slumber frontman, Joseph Rojas, Rockfest kicked off as the City Rockfest Tour that would showcase both up and coming bands as well as more seasoned acts, all pretty exceptional. This year’s lineup will feature Righteous Vendetta, Seventh Day Slumber, The Protest, Random Hero, Zahna and Amongst the Giants. Wow.   Rockfest, then came to become the moniker for the newer label, Rockfest Records.… Continued →

January 30, 2019

Most Anticipated Releases of 2019: Rob Jensen

So, 2018 is behind us, another year on the books. After having put together a list of my favorite releases for the year, I decided to try going in the opposite direction and form a list of the albums I’m anticipating most in the coming year. Now, a bit of a heads up before we dig in; I am almost certainly missing some albums here. Some may have escaped my attention, and I’m sure there are more to be announced yet as well.… Continued →

December 21, 2018

April 14, 2018

Amongst the Giants - Lost In Translation

Amongst the Giants is a relatively newer band signed to Rockfest Records. The lineup includes Seventh Day Slumber drummer, Blaise Rojas, Brian Boyd, and Marco Pera. The three-piece has a really great, monstrous sound that walks the line of hard rock and metal. You can catch them on the Summer Rockfest tour this Summer with the likes of Seventh Day Slumber, Spoken, Random Hero, Zahna, and Gold, Frankincense, and Myrhh. Check out their lyric video for the song “Lost In Translation” and find them on social media to stay up to date on what these guys are up to.… Continued →

February 25, 2018

August 1, 2017

December 16, 2016

City Rockfest Tour

With dates going from February all the way through May, the City Rockfest Tour will be making the rounds in 2017. Boasting a rather impressive lineup, this tour promises to be nothing short of amazing. For a full list of dates and to keep updated on potential new additions, be sure to check out their Facebook page at City Rockfest Tour. Who’s looking forward to this??  … Continued →

November 7, 2016

Random Hero Announces New Tour Dates

Christian alternative metal band, Random Hero has announced they will be going on tour on the City Rockfest Tour with fellow Christian alt metal bands Disciple, Project 86, Seventh Day Slumber, and Decyfer Down. The tour will be from February 8 to March 14 with the same lineup. Later dates of the tour are to be announced.… Continued →

March 9, 2013

REVIEW : Seventh Day Slumber - Love And Worship

Seventh Day Slumber release their new album this coming week (12/3), with some modern rock anthem takes on these well-known worship songs like 'White Flag', 'Forever Reign', '10,000 Reasons' and 'God is Able'. Here is the review of an album that apart from a few tracks, is very underwhelming.

June 5, 2012