Sevendust detail upcoming thirteenth studio album, ‘Blood & Stone’, out this October

On the heels of the current single “The Day I Tried To Live” moving up the radio charts, Sevendust are releasing Blood & Stone, their 13th studio album, out this fall. With a career full of Gold records, a dozen albums, and a devoted fanbase, it’s not like Sevendust have much left to prove – but the hard-working band will inevitably deliver anyway. The new album is scheduled for release on October 23rd via Rise Records (the second for the band on the label). The latest release also marks a return for the band with producer Michael “Elvis” Baskette, known for his work with Alter Bridge; Tremonti; Slash; and others.

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Sevendust returns with a cover of Soundgarden’s classic “The Day I Tried To Live” – listen

Sevendust have unveiled a new lyric video for their cover of the Soundgarden classic “The Day I Tried To Live”, released in 1994 off the band’s defining album, Superunknown. A song that’s fitting for the times we’re living in right now, it’s also an interesting coincidence considering Sevendust themselves were formed in 1994 – with their debut album still a few years away.

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Clint Lowery (Sevendust) Releases Video For “Alive” From Upcoming Solo Album

 

GRAMMY® Award-nominated and platinum Sevendust co-founder, vocalist, and guitarist Clint Lowery will release his solo debut, God Bless The Renegades, through Rise Records on January 31, 2020. Lowery recorded the album with producer and co-writer Michael “Elvis” Baskette [Slash, Alter Bridge] at Studio Barbarosa in Florida.

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Animosity: Celebrating 20+ years of Sevendust’s uncompromising alternative metal

With the band’s 12th studio album All I See Is War released in 2018 via Rise Records, and a wide and varied discography to choose from, there’s no better time than right now to examine and discuss the profound influence the alt-metal band has had on the current music landscape, as well as their own musical quality and evolution. There’s so much that could be said, but we’ll keep it relatively succinct.

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