...rises from the ashes with a compelling soundtrack for the coming apocalypse.
In 1995, founding member and guitarist/songwriter Richie Tiberghien left hard rock cover band Bazooka Joe; taking with him bassist Dave Boser and drummer Damone Wittman and recruited his longtime friend, mentor and acrobat-guitarist Danny Johnson. The music they began creating was complex and aggressive yet, employed a sense of melody that required more of a crooner than a “screamer”. Enter: Dan Coleman.
Seventh of Never played their first show opening for Extreme at Mississippi Nights on the St. Louis Landing and were enthusiastically received by the unsuspecting crowd of guitar enthusiasts. They quickly became a local staple for fronting national acts and went on to win the Riverfront Battle of the Bands later that year before their untimely dismantling in 1997.
The return of S.O.N. (the all-original lineup) is accompanied by their highly-anticipated debut release “The Theory of Evilution” – an ambitious tour de force, showcasing the band’s rich history as a song crafting juggernaut. This nine-track album weaves a tale of mankind’s penchant for self-destruction in its endless quest for "more". Do not miss an opportunity to see this story, in all its theatrical glory, LIVE and coming to a stage near you!
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We are currently working on our sophomore release, Misanthropia. Check out our video for the first track off the album, New World Dsiordre.
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