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Jun
30
Dead 7 @ The Wizard

Hickory, North Carolina, USA

Hickory, North Carolina, USA

Jun
16
Dead 7 @ Breakers Music Hall

Jonesboro, Georgia, USA

Jonesboro, Georgia, USA

Jun
09
Dead 7 @ The Silver Bullet

Greenville, North Carolina, USA

Greenville, North Carolina, USA

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Dead7 is the most dominating force in the local North Carolina metal scene. In part because they have such a strong connection with their fan base the DEAD7 family

When they perform, they have alot of crowd involvment, they have an energy like no other. A stage presence like you've never seen-

Offstage, the guys from DEAD7 are some of the most genuine, laid back individuals you'll ever meet.
It's not about the fame with these guys- It's about the fans and the music- . DEAD7 is the definition of a band that does it for the Love of Music.

We've covered DEAD7 as people Now let's showcase their individual musical talents.

Vocalist Station'
style is very sparatic, Very high octaine, but It's not just a bunch of noise, everything Station says
Has a deep personal meaning,
That almost everyone can identify with.


Guitarist/Vocalist Stevin Walker
Is the "live guy" in the band. He has explosive energy. The music possesses him while he's on stage-
He get's the crowd worked into a frenzy Almost instantly at every show.



Guitarist Chris Cox
Is the guy that paces before they take the stage. He is a guitar genuis, writing Some of the most amazing riffs you'll ever hear. He bases all he writes on cartoons.
He is the hard edge one of the band.

Bassist Tracy Owens
Is the laid back one of the band.
On stage you wouldn't be able to tell it though. When Tracy plays all you see is dredlocks..
His head is NEVER still. His bass playing style is one of the most unique We @ Set.In.Stone have ever seen. He grips a pick with his index finger and thumb, He also strums with the other 3 fingers
(at the same time).Tracy is indeed an amazing bassist.



Drummer Alex Huss -aka- Tilly
Is the youngest member of DEAD7.
Offstage he is the quiet one. Onstage he is dynamic- We personally have never seen someone his age Play drums with such speed and percision. He has phenominal timing. His drumming skills are reminiscent of great drummers such as :Slipknot's Joey Jordison and Rush's Neil Pert.

Now that you have a good idea of what to expect At a DEAD7 show

Let's touch base on a few DEAD7 songs.



"Told Me How To Live"

Told Me How To Live is not

The official DEAD7 anthem, but

It would fit the part easily.

The song opens with

"Ever Get The Feeling That Everything ,

In America Is Completely Fucked Up"

The intro to this song

Showcases each members solo talents.

The beat to the song is almost trance inducing.

The song showcases Station's vocal capabilities.

It has a constantly fluctuating pace.

With the lyric "Bullshit I See Your Lies"-

This song is extremly easy for anyone to relate to.

Tilly has an amazing drum solo in the middle of the song.

It's quite easily one of our favortie DEAD7> songs.



"13 Reasons"

13 Reasons is the type song that you could

Dedicate to that one person you hate the most.

With lyrics such as

"13 Reasons why I shot this man dead,

I would rather see him laying face down in his grave"

It's a great song to listen to to relieve stress.

The song is very catchy and it flows well.

Tracy has a badass bass solo.

Everyone can relate to this song In some way, shape, or form.

Again this song easily qualifies as one of our favorites.


We @ Set In Stone strongly reccomend you see a DEAD7 show, to fully grip the power of this band.


You can catch them at venues such as.
Ground Zero-Spartanburg,S.C.
Tremont Music Hall - Charlotte, N.C.
The Underground - Hickory, N.C.

- Jenni Lail of Set In Stone Promotions


DEAD7 - God Forbid - Mnemic
Tremont Music Hall
9/28/2005


We loaded up the car with the Set In Stone Crew -
Myself, Kori, Cole, Mickie and our friend Malcolm.>
We arrived at Tremont around 7:30, expecting there to
Be a line wrapped around the block-
To our suprise, there weren't that many people there yet-

Excited to see God Forbid Mnemic but more or so
To see our Boys DEAD7 on the main stage

We walked by the loading docks and There sat the
guys from God Forbid It was amazing!

As soon as we got in and grabbed a beer,
DEAD7 took the stage-
We were right up front- and
It was one of the most amazing shows
We have seen DEAD7play thus far
They completely let loose-
They let the people there know why
They are the next big thing out of N.C.

Stevin and Chris shined on guitar-
They stood right at the crowd- we loved it!
Tilly threw down on the drums and
Tracywas astonishing on the bass.
Station was at his best, getting the crowd involved-
His vocals were dead on it -
He passed the mic over our way-
He was like
" I know some of ya'll motherfuckers know the words"
So our little group went off!
We all love how they ALWAYSinvolve the fans-
They never fail to give props to the people that support them-
Or to the other bands playing the show.

They performed one of the new tracks "Little Boy Everything"
Brought back "13 Reasons" and"Crazychild"
( which pleased the hell out of us)
They Performed
"Told Me How To Love","Fold Your Hands"
And to my surprise, "Wallpannel"

Stevin and Station
were aknowledging The fans that were there-
and Stevin called "Set In Stone"
We love those guys!

After D7, Mnemic took the stage with a hell of a performance,
Followed by God Forbid- who rocked Tremont!

The vocalist kept touching hands with us,
We were front row for the entire show.
The guitarist, Dallas was right in front of us, and He shredded the guitar,it was damn near unbelieveable-

Afterwards,
We hung out with the guys from
D7, God Forbid and Mnemic
For around 2 hours if I recall correctly
Mnemicgave us stickers and cds
We got autographs from them all.

It was defintely one of D7'sbiggest shows yet, and
We were honored to be there and witness it.
It was an amazing show -
One to remember for years to come-

I highly suggest you see a
DEAD7show If you are yet to do so, and
pick upGod Forbid& Mnemics' latest albums-
Be prepared to rock your asses off,
Cause these guys are the real deal.

Reviewed By:
Set In Stone Promotions
9/30/2005
- Jenni Lail of Set In Stone Promotions


DEAD7 - God Forbid - Mnemic
Tremont Music Hall
9/28/2005


We loaded up the car with the Set In Stone Crew -
Myself, Kori, Cole, Mickie and our friend Malcolm.>
We arrived at Tremont around 7:30, expecting there to
Be a line wrapped around the block-
To our suprise, there weren't that many people there-

Excited to see God Forbid Mnemic but more or so
To see our Boys DEAD7 on the main stage

We walked by the loading docks and There sat the
guys from God Forbid It was amazing!

As soon as we got in and grabbed a beer,
DEAD7 took the stage-
We were right up front- and
It was one of the most amazing shows
We have seen DEAD7play thus far
They completely let loose-
They let the people there know why
They are the next big thing out of N.C.

Stevin and Chris shined on guitar-
They stood right at the crowd- we loved it!
Tilly threw down on the drums and
Tracywas astonishing on the bass.
Station was at his best, getting the crowd involved-
His vocals were dead on it -
He passed the mic over our way-
He was like
" I know some of ya'll motherfuckers know the words"
So our little group went off!
We all love how they ALWAYSinvolve the fans-
They never fail to give props to the people that support them-
Or to the other bands playing the show.

They performed one of the new tracks "Little Boy Everything"
Brought back "13 Reasons" and"Crazychild"
( which pleased the hell out of us)
They Performed
"Told Me How To Love","Fold Your Hands"
And to my surprise, "Wallpannel"

Stevin and Station
were aknowledging The fans that were there-
and Stevin called "Set In Stone"
We love those guys!

After D7, Mnemic took the stage with a hell of a performance,
Followed by God Forbid- who rocked Tremont!

The vocalist kept touching hands with us,
We were front row for the entire show.
The guitarist, Dallas was right in front of us, and He shredded the guitar,it was damn near unbelieveable-

Afterwards,
We hung out with the guys from
D7, God Forbid and Mnemic
For around 2 hours if I recall correctly
Mnemicgave us stickers and cds
We got autographs from them all.

It was defintely one of D7'sbiggest shows yet, and
We were honored to be there and witness it.
It was an amazing show -
One to remember for years to come-

I highly suggest you see a
DEAD7show If you are yet to do so, and
pick upGod Forbid& Mnemics' latest albums-
Be prepared to rock your asses off,
Cause these guys are the real deal.

Reviewed By:
Set In Stone Promotions
9/30/2005
- Jenni Lail Of Set in Stone Promotions





Dead7 has recently become involved with Verita's Films.
Verita's is a well known independent horror
Film Company based out of Greenville, South Carolina.
They have placed 5 songs on the upcoming film
"Daylight 2 Dark: Vampires vs. Humans vs. Zombies" soundtrack.
The film is set for release this year, and is expected to
be reviewed by many known film makers and actors.
Currently, there is a trailer for the film on
SetinStonePromotions.com, featuring Dead7.
The film crew had the chance to see Dead7 live at Ground Zero and
after the show we spoke with the owner, James "The Truth" Moser about his opinion on the band. What he had to say is noted below:


"My favorite Dead7 song is Wall Pannel.
It's the character I play in the movie's theme song so I'm a little biased.
I saw them live, I loved them.
I already own the CD but I would totally buy if I didn't."
– James “The Truth” Moser of Verita’s Films http://www.myspace.com/veritasfilms

This only proves that Dead7 has the capabilities of reaching a broad audience of people and that they have a way of captivating their audience. 9 out of 10 people that have had the chance to hear them will tell you, there is nothing like this band. Whether you catch them live, on the screen, or by cd, they will have you hooked. This is their dream,

It is what they were born to

- Jenni Lail of Set In Stone Promotions


What is your favorite Dead7 song and why?
Deaf Dumb and Blind or 13 Reasons.

Have you ever had the chance to see them perform live?
Yes many times

If so, what did you like best about it?
There energy and ability to get the crowd going

What is your favorite song to hear them play (live)?
Puppet Man, Just for the part where Jessie stops the song

What types of merchandise would you like to see Dead7 have?
Hoodies

If Dead7 had a ring tone for cell phones, would you purchase it?
Sure

Would you buy the full length album?
Yes

How far would you travel to see Dead7 live?
Nc or Ga
- http://www.myspace.com/cxebrandon








What is your favorite Dead7 song and why?
"Told me how to live. Because it’s an awesome song and the drum solo is great!

Have you ever had the chance to see them perform live?
A number of times

If so, what did you like best about it?
That they don’t hold anything back and keep the crowd pumped up!

What is your favorite song to hear them play (live)?
"Told me how to live" as i said its my fav .

What types of merchandise would you like to see Dead7 have?
Shirts definitely. stickers ya know the normal band merch

If Dead7 had a ring tone for cell phones, would you purchase it?
Sure thing

Would you buy the full length album?
Well I have a copy but yeah its worth the money

How far would you travel to see Dead7 live?
well ive driven an over an hour to see them before :-p

Malcolm - http://www.myspace.com/cantraynallthetime





Have you ever heard the band Dead7?
Yes

What is your favorite Dead7 song and why?
Without You because you can feel each string of the singer's heart through the song and you can tell that he's torn up over a love gone wrong.

Have you ever had the chance to see them perform live?
No

What types of merchandise would you like to see Dead7 have?
Shirts, Backpacks, Cd's, and iPod covers.

If Dead7 had a ring tone for cell phones, would you purchase it?
prolly not, I'm not big on buying rigtones

Would you buy the full length album?
pft, Yea!

How far would you travel to see Dead7 live?
Far as I could get a ride to (and after I get a car, anywhere I have the gas money/airfare to drive/fly to).
- zafir http://www.myspace.com/zafir_aka_z






My favorite Dead7 song is Wall Pannel. It's the character I play in the movie's theme song so I'm a little biased.

I saw them live.

And I loved them. As did Josh and his gf and my gf who hates metal. But I think it's because that's all I play so she gets tired of it.

I would love to see Dead7 shirts I'm working on some ideas for them.
I already own the CD but I would totally buy if I didn't. BTW you really need to get some copies down here in Greenville at Earshot and do an instore concert. They are pretty kickass so it's going to be good. – James “The Truth” Moser of Veritas Films

http://www.myspace.com/veritasfilms

- Jenni Lail of Set In Stone Promotions.


DEAD7
The Wizards Lounge - Hickory N.C.
March 19 2006

We arrived at The Wizard a little after 8pm, after riding around LOST in
Hickory for about 2 hours. This show was thrown for Garretts birthday.
In case any of you aren't fimiliar with Garrett, he is the founder of F.K.R. Promotions. Sadly we missed the Black Ritual performance, which
we were all looking forward to. As we got there the guys from DEAD7 hadn't arrived, so we
made our way to the bar, and took a tour of the venue, seeing as it was our first time there.
It was a decent venue, friendly staff, great drinks/prices.
(aside from the jager bombs, YUCK! who mixes jager with sundrop??)
We caught Chop Top, whom were decent, during their performance, we met up with our
new band "SKINKAGE", and chatted with the guys from Black Ritual
DEAD7 arrived about 30 minutes after we did.
We set up our mailing list table, and watched "SKINKAGE". They are AMAZING live!
We caught our first glimpse of the newly formed "Hollow Project".
During these performances, we showd our support to them, and got a MASSIVE responce to the
DEAD7 mailing list. ( over 30 signatures, not bad for the turnout of the night, at all )
DEAD7took the stage, and let me tell you.... it was one of my favorite performances, personally.
To hear the band say it, it was below average, but I dissagree.
They performed about 6 songs, among them were:
"Fold Your Hands", "Told Me How To Live", "Little Boy Everything",
and "Deaf, Dumb and Blind".
They had a few falls, a little blood..to sum it up a DAMN GOOD METAL SHOW
Station walked around representing Set In Stone with our name written on his knuckles.
It was great, It's always nice to have an appreicative band.
After DEAD7, Dixie Deathwish took the stage, They were great as always.
We hung around with the bands, had a great time Untill last call, when we all left.Another amazing show guys- We love ya!

Reviewed by: Set In Stone Promotions Staff

- Jenni Lail of Set In Stone Promotions


Discography

Dead 7 spent most of 2006 working on new material and putting out a new full length album.
The album will feature 12 songs.
It is self titled and will be released nationally
within the year 2007.

Photos

Feeling a bit camera shy

Bio

Dead7
is an ingeniously unique band
that consists of five members:
Station (vocals), Chris Cox (guitar),
Stevin Walker (guitar/back up vocals),
Tracy Owens (bass), and Alex Huss (drums).

Chris and Station started Dead7 in 2001,
then they added Tracy and Stevin in 2002, and
by adding Alex in 2003 the band became complete.

They started out by playing small clubs and
advanced to sharing the stage with
well-known national bands such as:

Mnemic
Godforbid
Stuck Mojo Tour
Nothingface
Throwdown
Silent Civilian
Forever Never
Nonpoint
Crossbreed
Kittie
Walls Of Jericho
In This Moment
Dead to Fall

Dead7's sound is completey unique with:
captivating drums beats, sarcastic guitar riffs,
pounding bass, and soul-absorbing vocals.

They already have a huge fan base in the Carolinas and have played hundreds of shows in the past couple years.

Not only are they united by being best friends,
but they are bound together by their love
for playing music and their compassion
for turning fans into family.