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Sevens Revenge / Press

“Sevens Revenge To Represent Pacific Northwest At Hard Rock Rising Internationals (Los Angeles, CA) Alt Rock band Sevens Revenge took home the win on April 11th at the Hard Rock Rising Battle of the Bands Regional Finals at the Hard Rock Café Seattle. The band will represent the sound of the Pacific Northwest, made famous for acts like Nirvana and Candlebox, at the Hard Rock Rising Internationals starting April 22nd. Sevens Revenge, a female-fronted five piece, competed against four other acts in the final Seattle regional round. The Hard Rock Café Battle of the Bands has continued to draw an international flurry of competing bands in 97 cities stretching across 8 countries. The Seattle competition boasted the most entrants in the global competition at 20 bands. Sevens Revenge won the regional final round. “Without our friends, fans, and family we simply wouldn't have the momentum to move forward in a competition like this,” commented frontwoman Dusti Seven.”

“Tacoma’s own Sevens Revenge has released their first full-length CD, “Distortion of Reality,” and it represents quite a change for the band in more ways than one. Whereas Sevens Revenge used to be an acoustic duo consisting of frontwoman Dusti Seven and guitarist/vocalist Kristen Cadenhead, three more players have been added and the sound has gone electric, which really was necessary for the band to reach its full potential and do justice to the above-average song writing. The band is excited to sign a new recording contract as well with Tin Star Records, which they will do at their CD release party Nov. 30 at Jazzbones. .... ”

“(Los Angeles, CA) - Tin Star Records, the latest addition to Ave Vox Music Group, has added two new acts and appointed a new regional head. Tin Star Records’ roster has been expanded with the October signing of Wyoming-based Southern Rock band Rebel Raised and November signing of Northwest Alt Rock band Sevens Revenge. Both acts were signed not only for their sound but for their substantial following. Like the shadowy Pacific Northwest from which they hail, Sevens Revenge reaches into the deepest crevice of the human psyche with a dynamic sound drizzled in dark, sweet overtones and painfully addictive self-revelation. The band’s powerhouse yet reflective style immerses the listener in their own underground chasm of introspection. Enrapturing audiences on stages nationwide from New York to Dallas to Seattle, the band’s intensely personal and explosive energy has lead to headlining positions at The Hard Rock Café, Seattle as well as many other regional festivals.”

“The group Sevens Revenge has been on the show for most of the years and still feels humbled and honored to be there. ”

“A slate of outstanding area musicians will perform back-to-back June 3, 3-7 p.m. at the fifth annual FISH Food Benefit Concert for FISH Food Banks of Pierce County. Held this year for the first time at Louie G’s ... This year the goal is to raise $10,000 for FISH Food Banks... Every dollar raised at the concert will go to FISH, and when it comes to stretching a dollar, FISH volunteers are masters. The variety of musical offerings featured at this annual concert has become practically a trademark of the event, as each artist brings something different to the stage: •Heidi Vladyka (acoustic folk-pop) •James Coates (“One of the strongest, most soulful voices I’ve ever heard,” Hayden said.) •Rafael Tranquilino (a blues guitarist like no other) •Kim Archer (soul and funk) •Sevens Revenge (straightforward rock) •The Fat Tones (toeing the edge of blues and rock) •Sweet Kiss Momma (the next generation of Southern rock) •Mr. Von (hip-hop for the masses/Swea”

“Many, many thanks to our wonderful friends at Maurice the Fish Records and Sweat Box Entertainment for their heroic efforts in coordinating the 5th Annual FISH Food Benefit Concert. Held on Sunday, June 3 at Louie G's Pizza in Fife, the concert raised over $6,500 to benefit Southeast FISH! Thanks also to artists Heidi Vladyka, James Coates, Kim Archer, Rafael Tranquilino, Sweet Kiss Momma, The Fat Tones, Sevens Revenge, and Mr. Von, all of whom donated their time and talents to this great event.”

“Tacoma, Wash. (June 4, 2012) – On Saturday, August 4, 2012, Dugan Foundation will present the sixth Woofstock, one part fantastic entertainment and one hundred parts great pets that need a home. It is free for the whole family and a whole lot of fun. The local music line up this year is surpassing that of any year before. Maya & Matt, Gina Belliveau, Kim Archer Band, Sevens Revenge and Automatic Theory create a great mix of Celtic, soulful pop, R&B and alternative rock. All of the musicians give their time for the cause – the cause, finding homes for as many homeless animals as we can. Woofstock 2012 is aimed at bringing people together to have a great time and to collaborate in support of developing Washington State into a sustainable, no-kill community. We encourage everyone, including pets, to come and experience the most enjoyable August day for families, and to make it the luckiest day in an adopted animal’s life!”

““Edged in Ashes” Local band Sevens Revenge offers a combination of cover tunes and originals on this five-song acoustic EP. The opening original song “Statues” offers music that is soothing. Kris Caden begins with strumming on her acoustic guitar, then lead singer Dusti Seven delivers lyrics that complement the dreamy mood conveyed by the music.”

“O'Malley's Irish Pub's inaugural Open Stage Mondays night saw a stack of solid talent and a light crowd. Hosted by the female duo Sevens Revenge, the all-acoustic open mic night witnessed rappers, folk songsters, cover acts and original artists trying out new stuff. One dude just happen to stop by and heard the music. He came in and found himself on stage with a borrowed guitar, smacking it like it owned him money. Toss in the working-class crowd of PBR regulars and casual date-night couples and the scene was set. Open Stage Mondays runs 8:30-11:30 p.m. every Monday with no cover charge.”