Seven Soldiers was formed in early 2015. Guitarists Steve Johnson and Evant Scott wanted to make a project band to fulfill their desire to play metal. The Bassist Tony Ale and the drummer Andy Gale, were invited to complete the formation. After Evant Scott resigned in October 2015, Gibbs Marshall was recruited to replace him. Shortly thereafter Norton W Jones was recruited to be a vocalist. They started to name the band Seven Soldiers around these times. In November 2016 Gibbs Marshall left the band. Her successor Rick Emmanulle joined the band. In 2017 Seven Soldiers release their first album "Kill'em Hang'em" which containg 10 tracks and digitaly distributed on several online music marketplace in the internet.