THIRTEEN-SEVEN have teamed up with Lord Hagos at Feral Mobile Recordings to record their first full EP “On The Inside”. Hagos was the producer behind Senser who had a UK number 4 chart album ‘Stacked Up’. He has also played bass for Ozric Tentacles & Lode Star, and has worked as front of house sound engineer for Ash, Black Label Society, Kate Nash, Marianne Faithful and many others…
Needless to say we are very excited by this release and which will be available to download from January 15th.
“On The Inside” will also be released as the bands second single through Holier Than Thou Records to follow up the success of their first single ‘Stalemate’.
Contact Thirteenseven email@example.com
MOJO’S ARMY – PICK OF THE WEEK (mojosarmy.com)
The music of Edinburgh’s Thirteenseven is a chewy, nutty candy bar of hooks and riffs that calls Muse to mind as much as it does Stone Temple Pilots. This power trio released their first recording earlier this year and are currently riding a wave of great reviews. Hear them now on the band of the week’
THE LIST / BANNERMANS
‘Sharp, fast alternative rock from Thirteenseven…’
THE LEITHER MAGAZINE
“Thirteenseven cite their influences as Nirvana, Led Zeppelin and Muse, so I think it is safe to say that their music – will be an aural rollercoaster ride, and indeed it is. The Edinburgh three-piece major on bone crunching riffs and soaring choruses. Guitarist/Singer Kenny is not afraid to show his feelings as the emotive lyrics aver. The bassist, Stephen, likes to dabble in distorted and clean sound textures in equal measure and drummer Simon builds the sound on the rockiest of foundations. Gigs and BBC Alba, what the hell! Where? When? How? – continue as I write, and they are already working on that difficult second album. Reviews talk of “epic seas of riffs and leads.” Hmmmm. Biffy Clyro spring to mind not, you’ll be surprised to note, necessarily a bad thing. Good luck to (and look out for) them, says The Leither.”
MAD MACKEREL BLOG
“Rock seems a bit of a niche market right now but if there’s room for Biffy Clyro there’s room for this lot! I think they will go far. Check them out on Myspace.”
DEAD EARNEST REVIEW
“This band takes the time-honoured, traditional approach to ensuring that you’re gonna fall under its spell and the first thing that involves is an opening track to make you go “wow!!!”. There’s a huge chorus that flows from the verses almost imperceptibly as the whole thing drives headlong into your heart with all guns blazing.
There’s simply not a less than excellent track here – fantastic guitars, driving, solid rhythms, emotive and strong sounding vocals, all delivering well arranged and superbly written songs that you want to hear again and again.”
Andy G, Dead Earnest
“Set against a cohesive, tight, driving rhythm section, the guitarist blew you away with this epic sea of riffs and leads, a vocalist who can really deliver the songs with passion and conviction… the band gave a stunning performance – hopefully it won’t be too long before they’re back”