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Customer Reviews

Solid album

Really enjoying the new album! "Just Say Jesus" was one star better to me because it had some more rock heavy songs. However, these guys are anointed and bringing the gospel! Keep up the great work!

Can't Wait!

I have been a fan of 7eventh Time Down for a LONG time, and I can't wait for their new release!

Where did the rock and roll go?

I had to dis on a band this good but if you’ve listened to their first album there is no comparison. It seems, other than Pray It Down, they’ve been gobbled up by the CCM machine. Listen their first album (Religious and Famous, Shadow, and Renegade) and tell time they haven’t crossed over from a rock and roll band to something much softer and blander. Gobbled.


Formed: 2004 in Mount Vernon, KY

Genre: Christian & Gospel

Years Active: '10s

A hard-hitting Christian rock quartet based out of Mount Vernon, Kentucky, 7eventh Time Down employs a muscular blend of melody and might. Citing artists like the Doors, Led Zeppelin, Johnny Cash, the Who, and AC/DC as influences, the band has been active since 2004, with members Mikey Howard (lead vocals, rhythm guitar), Cliff Williams (bass), Eric Van Zant (lead guitar), and Austin Miller (drums) playing together since they were teens. Since their 2011 debut, Alive in You, which was released via...
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