Seven Kingdoms Bio:
Seven Kingdoms was formed in Deland, Florida in 2007 by Camden Cruz and Bryan Edwards. Kevin and Keith Byrd joined soon afterward on guitar and drums, followed by Cory Stene on bass and John Zambrotto on keyboards. Under the name of Seven Kingdoms, they entered the legendary Morrisound Recording Studios in August 2007 and finished production on their debut album, "Brothers of the Night". "Brothers
of the Night" was lyrically inspired from the literary works of George R. R. Martin, and influences spanning the vastness of metal's subgenres. Since, "Brothers of the Night" has sold and downloaded very well internationally. At this time, Seven Kingdoms had played many shows through out the southeastern region of the United States.
With the coming of a new years and new music to be written, Seven Kingdoms found themselves with new direction. John was released from the band, since keyboards will not be a large part of the new songs. However, as one brother must leave, another shall take their place. Seven Kingdoms welcomed their new second vocalist, Sabrina Valentine!
After much consideration Bryan and Cory decided that they wanted to leave. Miles Neff would be the next bassist of Seven Kingdoms and Sabrina Valentine would take her new position as lead singer. In September of 2009, the new and improved Seven Kingdoms fully recorded and finished their self titled sophomore album at the legendary Morrisound Studios. Soon after Seven Kingdoms was approached by Intromental Management and Booking about joining their roster. As of November 1st, 2009 Seven Kingdoms is represented by Intromental Management. "Seven Kingdoms", the new self titled release was signed by Nightmare Records and released in July of 2010 for world wide distrobution. Shortly after their release, Seven Kingdoms was invited to play the opening night of Prog Power USA XI. Bassist Miles Neff would soon depart allowing new bassist Aaron Sluss in to fill the throne.
Shortly after Seven Kingdoms was then hand picked by legendary German power metal band, Blind Guardian, as opener for their 2010 North American tour which saw the band playing in front of thousands of metal fans throughout North America, solidifying a foothold in Metal. Seven Kingdoms went on to play several one off's and smaller tours in 2011 ending with the "Uniting The Powers Of Metal tour" also receiving endorsements from Engl Amplification and Warwick Basses / Amps.
In May of 2012 the band entered Morrisound Studios to creating a record powerful enough to hang with the best in metal. With Jim Morris at the helm and much more experience gained, Seven Kingdoms created their next melodic power thrash opus "A band started for fun, found that hard work and dedication to your craft has it's major pay offs... Seven Kingdoms is carving its own path in metal history creating something genuinely unique, yet undeniably METAL with their latest and greatest album."