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It's not overly techy, has some groove, and definitely some catchy vocal lines. We just released the EP in November and it's available on BandCamp for $1 or on iTunes for $8.91.
We're also streaming on Spotify and Pandora.
Completely self-funded. Pretty much put everything I have into it- so if you dig it and can spare a dollar, much appreciated. We're shooting a video at the end of this month out in Denver so everything coming in goes directly towards that.


Like the Facebook page: www.facebook.com/SequoyahSounds

Band Camp: https://sequoyahband.bandcamp.com/releases

Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/artist/6YLZT9OBpvcu86pagP0dm6

iTunes:https://itun.es/us/ySn_fb

Pandora: https://www.pandora.com/sequoyah


It Djents did a cool review: http://www.itdjents.com/reviews-2/re...ah-perception/

"Sequoyah is a new band in dire need of more attention. I have no doubt that their mix of pop sensibility and slamming riffs, alongside a versatile vocalist and talented instrumentalists, could make for a widely accessible sound. Backed by Perception, one of the best metalcore releases I’ve heard this year, I wish nothing but success for this budding group. Though some songs occasionally border on repetitive and the band is not exactly reinventing the genre, Sequoyah are a group of talented songwriters with an astonishing amount of potential."



Last edited by uncreative123 at Feb 18, 2017,