American rockers subseven to get major US push.

AMERICA's Flicker Records are mounting a big push behind new rock band subseven. Originally founded in Weatherford, Oklahoma, the band have toured steadily since winning a new band tournament in 2003. Flicker (EMI CMG in the UK) have already released 'subseven: The EP' which gained considerable airplay in the US. Now the band's first full album 'Free To Conquer', produced in Nashville's West Main Studios by Nathan Danzler (Tree63, Kids In The Way) and Sam Shifley (Staple, Mortal Treason), is set for March release. There is also to be a video for the album's title track produced and directed by Todd Strauss-Schulson, an independent film maker who has worked with acts such as The Early November and Big Dismal. CR

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