English heavy metal outfit Seven Sisters are proud to announce a brand-new album, Shadow Of A Falling Star Pt.1, which is set for release through Dissonance Productions on October 22nd. The first full album from the British heavy metal flag bearers since 2018’s critically acclaimed The Cauldron and the Cross, the band plan to hit to road for live dates throughout October this year and are set to play Desertfest in 2022.
Encapsulating the melodic, twin guitar driven heavy metal of their peers, Shadow Of A Falling Star Pt. 1 infuses the essence of powerful eighties metal with progressive song structures and effortless command of dynamic riffs and compelling lyrics. Their sound is both familiar and unequivocally their own.
The first instalment in a sprawling and highly original concept that began their Crystal Temple 7” to feature new members Gaz Martin (bass) and Sam Christou (drums), this epic new chapter is a labour of love, recorded over several challenging months at the height of the UK’s lockdown restrictions in 2020, between Tim Kramer’s Signal House Studios in St Albans and Kyle McNeill’s Wizard Tower Studios in Burnley. Mastered by Michael “Miro”Rodenberg (Avantasia, Edguy, Epica, Heavens Gate, Kamelot) at GateStudio in Wolfsburg, Germany, the stunning artwork was done by UK artist Ryan T. Hancock.