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SUBJECT SEVEN / About This Artist

Artist Details and Stats:

Hometown: Manchester, MAN, UK

Label: Mycho Entertainment Group, Mycho Records

Management: Mycho Productions

Website: facebook.com.subjectseven

Sounds Like: Metallica, Killswitch Engage, Alter Bridge

Genre: Metal

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Metal charts for Manchester, MAN, UK
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Biography:

Subject 7;

UK Metal band. Hard hitting, driving rhythms with melodic punchy vocals.

Formed in 2010 Subject 7 have moved from strength to strength with a gig history of over 200 venues nationwide and have take to the stage a plethora of acts well known and other wise over the past 2 years.

Releasing their debut EP 'NEW DAWN' in summer 2010 along with a video for their first single 'Come Out Tonight' later that year the band went into the studio to self produce their debut album entitled 'Seven Rising'.

The album launched in March 2012 to great fan acclaim along with the bands newest video 'No Fate'. Currently Subject 7 are in the Studio working on their 2nd full length studio album.

P.S. The band are well known for combining Ninjas and Metal in perfect harmony with their 'Joke' song - NINJITSU!!

Press:

“Shows exactly why Subject Seven is constantly on the playlist of a great many melodic metal fans.”
Pete Ringmaster - The Ringmaster Review

“...a recipe for metal bliss.”
Adrian Hall - Thank Fuck For Metal

“quickly impressed with a tight set...Well worth checking them out”
Biggus Mickus - Manchester Rockss

“some incredibly fast-paced, hard-hitting arrangements mixed with some really good writing techniques and a smooth, melodic vocal sound”
The Metal Detector - Lycan Radio

“This band are good; really fucking good in fact!... ...they're talented, heavy as fuck and write some good songs.”
Harry - UK Metal Underground

“Subject 7 followed and lured the gathered metallers out of the beer garden and into the now boiling pub. Formed out of the ashes of Hockeymask Heroes, Subject 7 proved a much heavier prospect. They played a tight and enjoyable set which included a storming tribute to Dio with a cover of 'Holy Diver.'”
Alex Varley - Spine Of God Reviews