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Seven Tears


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The history of Seven Tears dates back to the earliest years of the 21st century, when two thirteen-years old schoolboys, Jonathan Carlemar and Fredrik Lager, decided to form the band “Demonslave”. Their main influences were bands such as Helloween and Hammerfall and the lyrics were filled with dragons and steel. The first line-up consisted of Jonathan (guitars), Fredrik (vocals), Niklas Lindahl (bass) and Richard Harbrecht (drums), but they never managed to reach out to the crowd. Jonathan and Fredrik continued to write catchy power metal songs and the break-through came when they decided to let a female vocalist join them. Elin Johansson was the name of the new member and Fredrik became their new bass-player. The amazing Michael Sjцц (Spearfish) joined as a new drummer and Martin Rydlund took place behind the keyboards. This new line-up was known as “Atlantica” and they released their first self-titled demo in October, 2005. The demo received a great review in the Sweden Rock Magazine which forecasted a bright future for the band. They did a live show at the Skirц Festival, but maintained silent for a while.

The wheels started to spin rapidly again when Kristofer von Wachenfeldt (Platitude, Neon Diver) took mr. Rydlund’s place at the keyboards. Atlantica also started to look for a new lead singer and did two gigs in 2006 with two different vocalists, Tommie Andersson and Madeleine Svensson. Tommie had to leave the band when he decided to move to Stockholm and “Madde” just didn’t felt right at the time.

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  • ancltsagaree1

    Anyone else notice how the mastering of their debut album seems to change between Track 1 and the rest of the album?

    30 Oct 2009 Reply
  • BlackChucky

    Nice first album. Not the best from what we can find out there, but taking into account we're talking about a first album, is very promising

    11 Jan 2009 Reply
  • DrGonzo71

    Nice Album. :)

    27 Dec 2007 Reply
  • NorTai

    likes the music! :D

    13 Nov 2007 Reply
  • TordYvel

    Keep rockin', grabbar. Ser fram emot att få höra era framtida produktioner.

    8 Mar 2007 Reply

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