Never a band to shy away from a fight, Seventh Day Slumber comes out swinging again with their latest release, Redline. “We are very excited about what God has laid on our hearts to share with the world,” states lead vocalist Joseph Rojas. “The overall tone of this record is a positive message about finding hope in the toughest circumstances. But on the flip side, we see how unbalanced our country has become over the years and how God is being left out of just about everything.”
With Redline, Seventh Day Slumber brings a musical experience that is exactly what you have come to expect: A no holds barred, “tell it like it is” album that takes on the tough topics of the day. States Rojas, “ Redline is lyrically a metaphor for the current state of our country. Think of the red line of the tachometer in a race car. If you run the car in the red too long, it will literally blow the engine up. It seems our country is in the same position. We have great division in this country like we have never seen before. We are ‘running in the red,’ and we can only do that for so long.”
Adds Rojas, “We hear from our fans everyday through sites such as Facebook and Twitter. Many people are simply looking for answers to their everyday problems. Our goal with this record is to let them know that the answers they are looking for aren’t found on social media or their favorite website. The answers they are looking for can only be found in one place; in the arms of Jesus Christ.”
The first single from Redline is the high energy hit “Bring It On.” Lyrically, emotionally, and sonically it is a track that embodies exactly who Seventh Day Slumber was, is, and will always be; a band ready and willing to fight the good fight. The song lyrics include these lines: “I can take anything that you’ve got, we can go ‘til the knockout’s thrown. I know that the battle’s already won, so bring it on!”
About Seventh Day Slumber
Seventh Day Slumber has achieved many accolades throughout the bands career, including 10 #1 songs on the Billboard Christian charts, BMI’s 2009 song of the year, as well as the prestigious “Dove Award” at the 40th Annual Gospel Music Association Dove Awards ceremony. With almost half a million records sold, Seventh Day Slumber continues to keep a strong emphasis on ministry.