SEVENTH CALLING: New Tour Dates Announced

Minneapolis, Minnesota-based metallers SEVENTH CALLING have lined up the following dates:

Sep. 24 - Backstage Lounge - Gainesville, FL
Sep. 25 - Club Underground - Jacksonville, FL
Sep. 26 - State Theatre - Tampa, FL
Nov. 06 - Dingbatz - Clifton, NJ
Nov. 07 - The Haunt - Yonkers, NY
Nov. 08 - Sterling Hotel - Allentown, PA

SEVENTH CALLING is currently recording its sophomore album, "Deliverance". This follows up the group's Melissa Records debut entitled "Monuments" which was released 2007. Some of the new material can be found at the group's official MySpace page. These recordings are the first to feature the current SEVENTH CALLING lineup, which consists of the following:

Steve Handel - Lead Vocals, Guitar
Jamie Strobach - Drums
Michael Poplees - Bass Guitar
Alex Ritchey - Lead Guitar


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