CHAVIS RECORDS has release the new cover art and track listing for the blistering new masterpiece 13 CROWS, by the Canadian band SNAKE EYES SEVEN. Targeted for an October 31st release, 13 CROWS was recorded and produced by Cam MacLeod (White Wolf) @ Titan Sound. Checkout 2 new tracks Can’t Fall Down and Freight Train at this location.
SNAKE EYES SEVEN has wrapped up their new release titled 13 CROWS. 13 CROWS was recorded at Titan Sound in Canada and is produced by Cam MacLeod (White Wolf). Mix and mastering was completed at Capitol Records in L.A.
2 new tracks can be heard here.
SNAKE EYES SEVEN featuring Ken Stone on vocals, Cole ‘Madman’ Stevens on guitars, Johnny Blade on drums/ percussion, and Moscow on bass, have been testing the new material at impromptu gigs around Canada and receiving superior praise including word from Capital Records. “This release is nothing like the first one, not even in the least. People won’t believe it’s the same band and it isn’t! Johnny and I brought in much better talent and did it right from the start this time. Cam did an outstanding job.” – Cole Stevens (guitarist/songwriter)
13 CROWS is slated for release later this fall. Artwork is underway and will be released with track listing shortly. The band is currently overhauling their .com site and will be updating their MySpace (www.myspace.com/snakeeyes7) site as well.
Canadian metallers Snake Eyes Seven disappeared from the scene as quickly as they appeared. Snake Eyes Seven released their debut on Chavis Records in 2007 and began playing U.S. shows only to return back to Canada abruptly due to tension within the band. Founder and chief songwriter Cole Stevens put the band on hiatus while sorting out the issues and decompressing from the turmoil created.
“It took a long time to get things up and running and in a blink of an eye it was over. Once we returned from the U.S. things deteriorated quickly. Members left and I wasn’t sure myself if I wanted to continue what I had started. It definitely took its toll on me mentally, physically and financially. As time went on I realized that I wasn’t going to let the negative influences in the old band keep me from moving ahead with my music. My batteries were recharged and it was time to start all over again. I made a call to Chavis and asked Bill if he was still in my corner. Knowing that he is, made me more determined to prove that this is for real. Then I set out to find the best musicians I could which took time, but I got them.”
The new SES line up is: Ken Stone (vx), Moscow (b), Johnny Bland (d), and Cole Steven (g).
Snake Eyes Seven hit the studio earlier this year with 13 brand new songs and Cam McLeod (White Wolf) producing. “This project is light years ahead of the debut. People are not going to believe it is the same band. Everyone in the camp is excited about the new material. All I can say is WOW! You just won’t believe it.” adds Bill Chavis
The band is currently finishing up recording and then it will be mixed before heading to L.A. for mastering. Stay tuned…