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Opinions:

Articles, Reviews and Interviews

Below you can find PDF versions of the press sheets we sent out with the Newsletters
They contain various magazine and fanzine articles written about the band

PRESS SHEET 1
CONTAINING

Curfew's review of Sevenchurch live show
on 6/12/1991 at the Jericho Tavern by ATL
'...classical doom death rock...'

Curfew's review of the Nefarious Demo
'...brilliant, overblown pomposity...'

Metal Forces' March 1992 review
of the Nefarious Demo by Malcolm Dome
'...the best demo tape I've heard in ages...'


PRESS SHEET 2
CONTAINING

Metal Hammer Extra - Thrash' April 92
review of the Nefarious Demo
'...contenders worth taking seriously...'

Curfew's review of Sevenchurch live show on 2/5/92 at the Jericho Tavern by Herbert P. Lemoncraft
'...chords banned by medieval monks...'

Oxford Star news item on Sevenchurch
'...hounded by various record companies...'


PRESS SHEET 3
CONTAINING

Interview from Curfew,
Oxford's Local Music Magazine

'...playing extremely unpleasant music
and playing it extremely well...'

The Organ Fanzine's
review of the Nefarious Demo

'...doom with added bounce ... beautifully slow...'

Kerrang review of Sevenchurch Live on 17/7/92
'...Sevenchurch give music a bad name...'


PRESS SHEET 4
CONTAINING

Article from Blast Fanzine 1992
'...rich in texture ... mind-numbingly heavy...'

Rotting Ways Fanzine No. 1's
review of the Nefarious Demo

'...this is really good stuff...'

Parasite Fanzine's
review of the Nefarious Demo

'...plods along very, very slowly and aimlessly...'

Crawling Chaos Fanzine Interview 1993
'...One of the greatest doom metal demos...'


PRESS SHEET 5
CONTAINING

Curfew, Oxford's Local Music Magazine
reviews 'Your Songs' gig

'...one of the slowest bands in the world playing
one of the fastest: strange but truel...'

Curfew, Oxford's Local Music Magazine
speculates on Sevenchurch voodoo

'...are there terrifying demonic forces at work?...'

Curfew, Oxford's Local Music Magazine
Ask Auntie Karen's section

'...Ooh I say, you are a bit scary aren't you?...'

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