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7 Horns 7 Eyes

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Seattle, WA (2006-present)

It is not often in today's metal climate that ingenuity rules the day, especially inside the United States. Surely talent still exists, but for the more acutely discerning music fan, the status-quo is usually quite tasteless.

Although it can be enticing for an artist to merely imitate another, and entire careers can be rooted in such a concept, 7 Horns 7 Eyes has never been interested in trends. And despite the challenge of forging a distinctive musical identity Read more on Last.fm

7 Horns 7 Eyes on Thrash Hits

We’re streaming the ENTIRE 7 Horns 7 Eyes’ debut album, Throes of Absolution, for you to listen to for FREE

April 20th, 2012

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We first started banging on about 7 Horns 7 Eyes over a year ago, when their brand of prog-inclined-but-still-moodily-crushing metal caught our attention with sufficient force for us to violently thrust our Future Hits column in their direction. So when the chaps over at Basick Records dropped us a line and asked if we’d like to host a European-exclusive (insofar as anything on the internet is “exclusive”, these days) stream of their debut album, Throes of Absolution, the weekend before it even goes on sale, we…well, you can guess the rest, can’t you? Why are you still reading this? Click that [Read More] link now and go and listen to it!

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Futures Hits 076: 7 Horns 7 Eyes

April 12th, 2011

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7 Horns 7 Eyes
From: Seattle, USA
Lazy Equation: Meshuggah x Gojira + Opeth
URLs: Facebook.com/7horns7eyes // Myspace.com/7Horns7Eyes

Thrash Hits Verdict:
When we first heard 7 Horns 7 Eyes, the latest signing to Basick Records (or Century Media, if you happen to be on the other side of the Atlantic), their sound certainly touched upon enough of our personal musical favourites to pique our interest. When we found out they’d bagged a Jeff Loomis guest-performance on their forthcoming debut album – well, we were more than sold. We caught up with Aaron Smith, guitarist, to find out what the score is up in the Pacific Northwest.

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