With elements and influences ranging from Thrice, Guns and Roses, the Killers, Glassjaw, Radiohead, and A Perfect Circle all thrown into a blender; Throwing Seven produces their own unique hybrid of melody infused hard rock. On their new full length "Hope Forgets To Breathe" they are poised to leave their own sonic stamp on rock and roll. Throwing Seven has played on some pretty impressive festivals and has shared stages with bands ranging from HED P.E., Protest The Hero, Unwritten Law, Kottonmouth Kings, Yesterdays Rising, Finch, Lower Definition, Eek-A-Mouse, and Cromwell as well as most of the 2008 Warped Tour bands. They have been known to put on an energetic and sonically dense live show with fantastic fan and crowd interaction. Throwing Seven has a sonically dense 3-guitar fueled band that explores the various nuances and subtleties of hard melodic rock. Their vocals are driven by singer Jude's desire to write about emotionally compelling themes through the use of raw and sometimes abstract lyrics. Their subject matter ranges from rebellion to angst and offers anthemic stacked guitars to pack in the knockout punch, and if that wasn't enough it's catchy too. Singles such as "When The Lights Go Out" and "Black Maria" offer a broad sonic pallet with their core songwriting still very much rooted in melody.