Veteran rockers in Seventh Day Slumber have begun work on an upcoming studio album, with recording scheduled to begin in two weeks. The album’s title is currently set to be Closer to Chaos.
Seventh Day Slumber frontman Joseph Rojas let the news leak in a live broadcast on the evening of October 30. For the upcoming album, the band has plans to write with people like Josiah Prince of Disciple, Kellen McGregor of Memphis May Fire, Josh Honea of The Persuaded and other members of the Rockfest Records roster family.
The band has historically dabbled in both rock and worship, and 2019 will be no different. Closer to Chaos will be a rock release, but Rojas also hinted that a worship release will drop before the end of 2019 as well. That duality has been present throughout this year, with the annual City Rockfest tour continuing its growth and the first annual Small Town Worship tour currently visiting over 40 cities across America.
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