Seventh Day Slumber play alternative rock with melodic vocals, orchestral sounds and big guitars, but much of the guitar work is scaled back on Take Everything, a collection of praise and worship standards. In its place, the band offers sincerity and restrained arrangements. Well-known songs such as “Famous One,” “Everlasting God” and “Nothing But the Blood” are featured and notable for their lack of busyness. In other words, the band doesn’t try to do too much with these tunes, but there’s something about lead singer Joseph Rojas’ vulnerable vocals that makes this record worth hearing. The biggest surprise comes on the well-known MercyMe song “I Can Only Imagine,” which the band transforms from a pop-country tune to an interesting alternative-rock song. It’s one of the few big risks they take, but it really pays off, and is one of several things that make this mostly quiet album not only a good choice for Seventh Day Slumber fans, but for fans of pop-rock praise and worship, too. Click here to purchase this album.