A&R Select/Melissa Records artist SEVENTH CALLING has announced the late April/early May release of its new album "Monuments", a towering metal release that is "sure to redefine the standards of the genre," according to a press release."This is a highly anticipated release and one we expect to make the metal flame burn even brighter," says a spokesman for A&R Select, an indie A&R firm in Hollywood. This Minneapolis, Minnesota group is looking for a warm welcome for metalheads when "Monuments" hits the streets in April/May. According to Lance Lange of SEVENTH CALLING, the band is looking to put a surge of energy into its fans. "This music makes me feel very adrenalized," says Lange, and aims to convey the same feeling to his listeners. "We're basically out to give a positive, good-heavy kind of vibe." Lange says the band's new CD has all the staples of great metal, delivered with SEVENTH CALLING's unique personality. "Originality doesn't mean copying the current trends that are out there now because you think you need to fit in with everyone else," he declares, also adding that SEVENTH CALLING will have a huge appeal for fans of melodic music.
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