SEVEN SISTERS announce more festival appearances

SEVEN SISTERS have announced more festival appearances. Go see them live:


February 2019

16th            WURZBURG – Metal Assault 2019, Germany

March 2019

9th            LUNEN – Swordbothers 2019, Germany
30th            LJUNGBY – Turbo Fest 2019, Sweden

May 2019

31st            OBENDORF am LECH – Metalheadz Open Air, Germany

July 2019

25th            BRANDE- HORNERKIRCHEN – Headbangers Open Air 2019

SEVEN SISTERS have released a brand new video for one of the standout tracks from their new album ’The Cauldron And The Cross‘. Check it out here:

SEVEN SISTERS recently released their long awaited and highly anticipated second album via Dissonance Recordings. Recorded in rainy London over the dark winter ’The Cauldron And The Cross‘. Artwork painfully and beautifully painted by Simon Pye Parr of 2000AD / Realm of The Damned fame.

The future of British Metal is NOW!

Check out the Video teaser here:

“Seven Sisters are one of British Metals shining new lights”
Brian Tatler – Diamond Head

“An album, full of brilliant Metal from start to finished!”
Steve Grimmett – Grim Reaper

“Destined to be a British Metal Classic!”
Paul McNamara – Salem

“The future of British Metal-killer!”
Ian Nash – Grim Reaper

More info on Seven Sisters

Born in the depths of West London, Seven Sisters are a four-piece band forged from the same steel as the NWOBHM acts of yesteryear. Over the past three years they‘ve gathered a reputation as a stellar act in the heavy metal scene, earning their stripes playing shows all over the UK and Europe off the back of two independent releases The Warden Demo (2014), and the Lost In Time 7” (2015). Their self-titled debut album (2016) was met with rave reviews, and sold out of the first pressing of physical copies in just three weeks. With the all important second album to be released on 13th April 2018, Seven Sisters promise not to just copy the template laid down by the fathers of heavy metal, but to mould their own and usher in a new era.

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