Seven the Hardway

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For Pat Benatar album, see Seven the Hard Way.

Seven the Hardway is a US progressive rock band formed in 2009 consisting of Tony MacAlpine, Virgil Donati, Mark Boals, Doug Shreeve and Stefanía Daniel.[1]

Their self-titled debut album, released in August 2010 on Mascot/Provogue Records,[2] was mixed by Roy Z and mastered by Maor Appelbaum.[3] It features artwork by Dale O’Dell[4] but does not feature band members Shreeve and Daniel as MacAlpine recorded all the guitars and bass.[5]

In January 2011, Nili Brosh joined the progressive metal band replacing Stefania Daniel.[6]

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