BEC Recordings’ Seventh Day Slumber is set to release a full-length worship album, Love & Worship, on March 12. This album will feature well-known Christian anthems such as Matt Redman’s GRAMMY®-winning song “10,000 Reasons (Bless The Lord)” as well as original worship songs. Love & Worship is a passionate and heartfelt worship record that is absolutely true to their style.
Seventh Day Slumber has made a name for themselves in the world of Christian rock. Since 2005 they have released six full-length albums on BEC Recordings, each receiving many accolades. Their last worship release Take Everything sold more than 80,000 units. Their last studio album Anthem of Angels debuted on the iTunes Top Christian Albums chart at No. 4. Fans can catch Seventh Day Slumber on the much-anticipated Audio Adrenaline “Kings & Queens Tour.” This tour will also feature hip-hop band Group 1 Crew and Manic Drive.
Album artwork: Love & Worship Cover
Love & Worship:
01. Our God
02. I Am Not The Same
03. 10,000 Reasons
04. Desert Song
05. Stronger
06. God Is Able
07. Forever Reign
08. Here With You
09. White Flag
10. Your Name High
11. Never Let Go

About Seventh Day Slumber:
Seventh Day Slumber released their eighth studio album The Anthem of Angels to much acclaim in 2011. The album debuted at the iTunes Top Christian Albums chart at No. 4. Honesty and candor have been trademarks of frontman Joseph Rojas’s path from the depths of a cocaine-fueled suicide attempt through miraculous salvation in the back of an ambulance to the top of the Christian music charts. Seventh Day Slumber has long been heralded as a band that refuses to sugarcoat the struggles of real life. As the band has matured over the last 16 years, they’ve faced newfound challenges head on, and today their perspective and relevancy are as strong as ever, and their anthems of praise are even more profound.

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