Florida power-metal favorite Seven Kingdoms returns to Tampa for Friday album release concert

Originally set for the new Orpheum the show has been moved to New World Brewery’s music hall.

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Earlier this year, Deland-based power metal quartet Seven Kingdoms opened for Beast in Black over at Orpheum, which recently moved out of Ybor City to North Tampa.

Months later, the group behind “Kingslayer” returns to Tampa on Friday to celebrate the release of its new album Zenith, which dropped June 17.

This show was originally supposed to go down at the new Orpheum on Nebraska Avenue but since the room isn't ready yet, the gig—where Withering Earth, Jetter, and Red Calling open—has been moved to New World Brewery’s music hall just a few miles down the road.

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