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Artist: Seventhsign

Title: Perpetual Destiny

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Seventhsign Perpetual Destiny Album Cover


Category: Prog Rock

Year: 1995

Label: Hailstorm

Catalog Number: 777


Dan Rivera guitars
Richard Nance drums
Rich Rev Evens bass
Gregory Analla vocals


1.  Aurora  
2.  Losing You  
3.  Red Sea  
4.  Cut  
5.  Beholder  
6.  Darkheart  
7.  Hollow Point  
8.  Existence  
9.  Tearing Away  
10.  Biocide  
11.  Tear  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: WhiteLion Date: September 20, 2001 at 10:15
Wowie!!! The song Red Sea is a song that I've been looking for all my life. Buy this album 'cause just this is worth it!

From: Friday 13th Date: May 23, 2002 at 5:40
Fucking killer album this vocalist has an amazing vocals close to that of ray Alder 'Fates Warning' and 'Geoff Tate', & the music comes across between the 2 above abdn with Dokken influences. A band sadly missed and I hope one day they will return. Check out the bands 2nd album. E-mail me: friday13th@robhalford.com

From: waltdawg1@yahoo Date: August 17, 2002 at 2:31
Got a KILLER boot of their CD release show for Perpetualdestiny! ...Listening to it right now, as a matter of fact (well, I'm on the video of the show, so...). Anyway, this is a band that should have been H-U-G-E!!! But, the timing was off. Have all releases, they all rule, saw them 10 times, went to practices, etc. They were THAT damn good!! Anyway, just wanted to put in my 2 cents...if anyone's reading! --Later.

From: waltdawg1@yahoo Date: August 17, 2002 at 2:37
Oops, the show I have is from the CD release party for "Blueprint," the EP before Perpetualdestiny! Just wanted to clarify that. Anyway, rock on, you prog-lovin' f@#kers!!

From: Johnny Date: August 18, 2003 at 11:19
Does any one know how I can get a copy of this cd. I have been looking for it a long time. Also if any one knows what there first cd was called? Thanks crespin174@msn.com

From: TYNO / BRAZIL Date: December 1, 2003 at 11:02
I got a copy of this CD as japanese import but I don't regret the price I paid. The song Red sea is killer, the vocalist is amazing . Imagine this band as a cross between Queensryche and fates Warning .Excellent album .I think gemm has this cd available . http://funrec.gemm.com/

From: blacklist Date: December 24, 2003 at 12:56
Album kicks ass, i miss these guys, saw em live a few times and was never dissappointed, always blew away anyone they jammed with.

From: budzilla Date: November 19, 2004 at 22:07
I picked up perpetual destiny in the early 90s. what a phenomonal display of vocals and guitar!!!! sounds like Rush, Dream THeatre instrumentally, w/Ray alder vocally {fates warning} But,better yet was the next release{Millenium } As previously stated these guys could have been huge, and should have!!! If not for the Pathetic!!!Music Scene of the 90s here in the states!!!! Im pretty sure these guys are known over seas as most REAL MELODIC music is!!! Im pretty sure the singer GREGG ANNALLA , hoo

From: Rycheage Date: November 20, 2004 at 14:21
Phenomenal vocals and above average musicianship make this CD very accessible for hard rock fans. "Red Sea", "Hollow Point" and "Darkheart" are the best of the bunch. The only downfall of this album is the production is not as crisp as it could've been. Kind of drags the album down. Overall though, this is very competent hard rock.

From: Budzillla Date: November 24, 2004 at 11:24
Dont quote me but I had heard that the singer Greg Annala had teamed up with guitarist ROY Z , FROM Bruce Dickensons Solo Projects . IF this is TRUE? I cant wait to hear IT!!!!! IF anyone can confirm this please send me an Email!!!!!! at DSS100@aol.com

From: Budzillla Date: November 24, 2004 at 11:59
IF anyone knows what Other bands Greg has played with as well as Shredmaster Dan Rivera ,please update me!!! These are two of the most unknown, underrated Guitarist, Vocalist,I have ever heard!!!! If you can find the followup Millenium, do Yourselves a favor and get it !!!!!! Melodic Metal as it should be!!!!! The last song on this cd is probably the Greatest Balled I have heard!!!!! Cant say enough about the talent of these guys!!!!!!!!!!!

From: Rafo Phoenix Date: April 10, 2010 at 13:38
Very Good Melodic Prog Hard Rock, in this one are every song of the EP "Losing You, Red Sea, Beholder, Existence, Tearing Away & Biocide" my fav tracks, "Liquified" is the bonus track and is a good song, really a very good album 85/100.

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