Seven Generations- To See The End
Seven Generations is a Hardcore band from Southern California. This album was released by New Age Records in 2008. Seven Generations has a 1990's Hardcore inspired sound. This was my era of Hardcore and I was a member of the scene. I used to go to shows around twice a week. Seven Generations sound kind of similar to Earth Crisis and Chokehold. Those bands are classic 1990's Hardcore bands so the comparison is accurate. The vocalist has these amazing growling vocals and he also has these incredible barking vocals. Seven Generations is a band that is really serious about their lyrics and they have a positive message. The importance of their message probably leads them to make the vocals a highlight of their music. They have awesome group backup vocals and well placed audio clips. Seven Generations is a band that is filled with passion and they have an outpouring of compassion. The guitars are very heavy but kind of catchy also and they generate the movement that is needed to move these powerful songs forward. The guitars are also very fast and give the speed that is a hallmark of most Hardcore albums. The drums are very powerful and it sounds almost like military style drumming. The drums are very precise and used at perfect times. The vocals have this serpentine like quality which reminds me of a serpent or a snake. Seven Generations is a vegan straight edge band and this is probably why their music is so furious. This is also the reason that their message is so completely honest about all of the issues that they tackle. Seven Generations sweat and bleed positive energy and it just radiates off of them. Not every Hardcore band is this committed to their craft because Seven Generations is the exception to the rule. This Southern California Hardcore band is a true classic for you to get your paws on.
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