Interview with Seven7’s Nicholas Meier (lead guitarist)

1. “The Follower” had bits and pieces of famous classical pieces in it that would later build up to the actual metal, what inspired you guys to implement that into your music? Well we all love classical music and on each of our albums we took a part of a famous classical piece and turned it heavy. On our first album Try Something Different we used part of the Bolero from Ravel and made a song called “Scream of the Bolero”. On our second album Under Eye we used part of “Aase’s Death” from Edward Grieg “Peer Gynt”, and on … Continue reading Interview with Seven7’s Nicholas Meier (lead guitarist)

Seven7 – The Follower

 I’m not quite sure what it is, but I have a sneaking suspicion that this band likes the number seven just a little bit. I don’t know what it is. Just a feeling. Anyway, “The Follower” is what you would typically expect from a progressive metal album with each song having a different characteristic that shows an attitude of out-of-the-box thinking that was done during the writing for this album. An excellent example would be how in one track is starts out with a very famous and dramatic piece of classical music the name of which I don’t even know … Continue reading Seven7 – The Follower