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Album Review

Christian rock has come a long way since acts like Petra andWhitecross turned "the Devil's music" (tongue firmly planted in cheek here) into something a little more positive. Bands like Seventh Day Slumber take the music to new heights, blending modern rock sounds of the day with the faith that drives them. On its sixth album, the band jumps on the worship bandwagon. The 12- track collection contains revamped versions of popular gospel tunes. Tracks such as the hand-raising "How Great Is Our God," the melodious "Mighty to Save," and the oft-recorded "I Can Only Imagine" are coated in an alternative shine for a younger generation to enjoy. Frontman Joseph Rojas and his mates include three original tracks for hardcore fans, including the title cut, "Take Everything." The song was inspired while Rojas was attempting to write a song that would please his label. The singer claims God spoke to his heart about his desire to please his label more than his heavenly father. Convicted, Rojas penned the reflective number. The song bounces brilliantly between loud and soft (a classic alternative rock trick). "Carry Me," a slow-moving track that finds Rojas begging for God to "carry" him through his faith walk, and a reworked version of the previously released "Oceans from the Rain" round out the originals. The latter is presented in a stripped-down format. Take Everything, though a side trip into the worship rock realm, should win SDS a few new fans and hold longtime followers over until the group's next proper album.

Customer Reviews

Powerful

I will tell you that this is a great album. If "inside Out" doesn't pull at you I'm not sure what will. That song has meant a lot to me since this album came out. Thanks guys.

Make up your mind

They can't decide if they want to copy hillsong United or three days grace lol

Biography

Formed: Dallas, TX

Genre: Christian & Gospel

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Dallas-based alternative CCM band Seventh Day Slumber was led by frontman Joseph Rojas, a former cocaine addict who turned to religion in the wake of a near-fatal overdose. Teaming with guitarist Evan Weatherford, bassist Joshua Schwartz and drummer Adam Witte, he formed Seventh Day Slumber in 1996, and upon...
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Take Everything, Seventh Day Slumber
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Gospel, Music, Christian & Gospel, Pop, CCM
  • Released: Mar 10, 2009

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