Seventh Day Slumber recently wrapped up their 34 city "Freedom to Worship Tour," a seemingly impossible feat during a global pandemic, but their mission and message was clear: bringing people hope and light in a time where that is in dire supply.
Seventh Day Slumber's "Eternity" is an uplifting track off of their upcoming worship album Unseen: The Lion and The Lamb, releasing August 7, 2020.
Seventh Day Slumber on the (socially distanced) Freedom to Worship Tour, photographed by Concert Fotos (Chad Fenner).
The Rockfest family is excited to bring three bands together on The Freedom to Rock Tour, now booking 20 dates, according to a post on social media.
Seventh Day Slumber recently announced that they will embark on the Freedom To Worship Tour. They will have a new worship album to pull from in their repertoire when they hit the road.
Seventh Day Slumber is heading out on their Freedom to Worship Tour starting on June 20th in North Carolina. Currently there are thirty dates announced, spanning the U.S., but SDS promises more dates are to come. This tour currently goes through the summer. Keep a look out on their Facebook and Instagram for more date [...]
Rockfest Records artist and veteran rock band Seventh Day Slumber continues to impact charts with their latest album.
Rockfest Records announced this week that there will be a Various Artists Compilation coming out on Friday, May 15.
Although addiction is a very common human experience, it's also an uncomfortable one. The process is messy, complicated, disquieting to sit with. That makes it easy to default to wrapping it up in a varnished, shined-up narrative of linear healing: "addicted" to "better." But that is simply not the process most of us live. That's why we need songs like "Sober" from Seventh Day Slumber.
Rockfest Records, the record label founded by Seventh Day Slumber frontman Joseph Rojas in 2018, has announced the signing of yet another outstanding up and coming band.