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7 Track EP Album - Verlig die Seer. available from 7stukkesilwer.com or rhythmmusic.co.za



It’s been an almost three year sculpting period that would define the four-piece band that is 7StukkeSilwer as one of the most entertaining stage show productions in its genre. This Afrikaans hard-rock outfit from Pretoria started off in 2007 and with recent successes with music videos featured on MK324; “Skuld op Aanvraag” featuring Afrikaans Rock princess Babette and “Verander vir Ander”, as well as recording their 7 track EP album “Verlig die Seer”, 7StukkeSilwer has progressively grown to the point where they could successfully hold their own when sharing stages with bands like Van Coke Kartel, Foto na Dans, Straatligkinders, Zebra and Giraffe, Cutting Jade as well as the infamous Fokofpolisiekar.

7StukkeSilwer’s music can be described as hard and aggressive guitar riffs, powerful drumming with melodic and harmonious vocals...with an extremely aerobatic stage performance. With lyrics investigating the rise of the “New alternative South-African” in a mostly negative environment, 7StukkeSilwer’s message is one of positivity, originality and acceptance of different cultures and personal views.

Having been mentioned “the band to watch out for” by music guru Barney Simon on TuksFM, 7StukkeSilwer is aiming even higher in 2010 in producing another two music videos by the end of the year and recording a full-length album in 2011.

With a lustrous Internet following across their various platforms (Myspace.com: 7,885 views to date, 7StukkeSilwer.com: 124 unique visitors per month, Facebook.com: 1,136 members), 7StukkeSilwer is reaching ears all over South Africa and with a distribution deal with Iris on the horizon, Afrikaans Rock enthusiast will soon be able to acquire “Verlig die Seer” throughout SA.

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