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OriginWeatherford, Oklahoma
GenresChristian rock, emo, post-hardcore
Years active1999–2005; 2015-
LabelsFlicker Records

Subseven (styled as subseven) is a Christian rock band formed in 1999 in Weatherford, Oklahoma.[1] They played in the Midwest for four years as an independent, where they released one album and one EP and gained a large local fan base. In 2003, they signed a record deal with Flicker Records and soon after released subseven: the EP. One year later they released their final album, Free to Conquer. The band's members included Wesley Fite, Clint McManaman, Reed Corbin, Caleb Wilkerson and Jake Sullivan before their breakup in December 2005.[2] They parted ways because they felt that God was calling the members on to new things.[citation needed] Ever since their breakup in 2005, the band members engaged in other musical activities, including bands and solo projects. In November 2007, their bass guitarist, Reed Corbin, died from a heart attack at the age of 33.[3] As of 2015, they have, in some capacity, reunited.[4]




  • Wesley Fite - vocals, guitar
  • Reed Corbin - Bass
  • Clint McManaman - drums
  • Caleb Wilkerson - guitar
  • Jake Sullivan - guitar


  • Wesley Fite - vocals, guitar
  • Clint McManaman - drums
  • Evan Crowley - guitar
  • Shaun Brown - bass

Band name[edit]

The name "Subseven" is short for "submitted to God." "Sub" means "submitted," and "seven" means God's number.


Album Title Label Date
The Black Album
Larusso EP
Subseven: the EP
Flicker Records
May 4, 2004
Free to Conquer
Flicker Records
March 15, 2005

Music videos[edit]

  • "Emotion" - Filmed in January 2004
  • "Free to Conquer" - Filmed summer of 2005
  • "Hold On" - Filmed December 2005

After the video shoot of "Hold On" at the Green Door, the band announced that they would be breaking up, and played a farewell show to the audience that showed up to be in the video.


  1. ^ "Subseven's First Full-Length Label Release Hits Stores in March". Retrieved 2013-11-05.
  2. ^ "Subseven taking indefinite break". Retrieved 2013-11-05.
  3. ^ "Subseven's Reed Corbin Dead at 33". Retrieved 2013-11-05.
  4. ^ "Subseven to reunite this year". Retrieved 2015-08-14.

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