Seven Days Lost – Good Day To Die
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Seven Days Lost has been gaining the attention of audiences in the dusty desert regions of the Western United States as of late and there is a good reason why. Seven Days Lost has created their own unique blend of fuel injected Rock ‘n Roll that is delivered with conviction and intense hooks and with their over the top look and live show, Seven Days Lost is building a reputation for not being your ordinary band. A wild, high energy show conjures up images of such great bands as KISS, Rob Zombie, GWAR, Murderdolls, Wednesday 13 and WASP…while carving out their own unique style and presence on stage. The show may also conjure up images of evil for those who believe that Rock ‘n Roll is the Devil’s music, but Seven Days Lost only wants to entertain you with a show based on a foundation of music that is as thick as brick and twice as hard, a love of horror movies, over the top rock theatrics and a musical style that they describe as traditional metal. There is no real evil intended, just a kick ass Rock Show!! Although most of the band had played together for several years in Mike Trejo’s side project, “Hell’s Circus” and lead guitarist Joe Vallejos had even played years earlier in another band with Mike Trejo, Seven Days Lost officially came to be in 2007. In 2012 the band launched a full frontal assault through the States of New Mexico, Arizona, California, Nevada, Texas and their home state of Colorado while on their “End Of Days Tour”. The tour was highlighted by very well received performance in front of a full house at the world famous Whisky A Go-Go, that left many in attendance in awe of what they had just heard and seen… excited with anticipation of the bands return. 2013 promises to shake things up even more with a release of a new CD “Good Day to Die”. Six songs and two radio versions for Eight tracks total, that guarantee to leave you wanting more! A couple music videos scheduled to be filmed and several regional tours through out the year, along with increased media exposure, expect to hear the name “Seven Days Lost” again very soon …it’s in your future!