Seventh Day Slumber frontman Joseph Rojas has an image in his mind. You might even call it a vision.
Angels and saints are in Heaven, surrounding the throne of God, singing anthems of praise. At the same
time, here on earth, praises ascend skyward. They are the anthems of the imperfect children of God, expressions of hope from a place much darker than Heaven, songs of honesty and victory.
And in Rojas’s vision, they’re set to pounding drums and scorching guitars. Rojas calls “The Anthem of Angels”, the band’s eighth release on BEC Recordings, “one of the most honest records we’ve made. We’ve opened ourselves up more, and been vulnerable. On this record, we pull no punches.”