Seventh Day Slumber has announced some initial details on their new music, coming this fall.
In a post on the band's facebook page, they shared that they'll be releasing two EPs over the next 6 months. The first one will be called Redline, and is due out in late September or early October. Redline will be five songs long, with preorder options for the project coming soon.
The band has been sharing previews of the new material, including full lyrics to a song titled "Gone," which the band says sets the tone for the EP: "I was so far from arms I never thought could reach / Your blood stained amazing grace pulled me from the edge of an everlasting sleep." The band has also shared that Kevin Young of Disciple will feature as a guest vocalist on one of the tracks.
The second EP will hold six more songs, and is due out four months following Redline. More details on the second EP are pending. These EPs will be the follow-up to 2014's We Are the Broken. For more information, stay tuned to Seventh Day Slumber's facebook page.