Sevendust to Record Album This Fall, Offer Studio Hang Package
While Sevendust’s members have been working on outside projects of late, they’re about to reconvene not only for their summer tour, but to start work on their next album.
In a new posting, the band revealed that they will be entering the studio this October to work on their next album. In addition, they’ve offered a number of VIP packages to fans that include both signed gear and special experiences.
Among the items you can purchase are a new Sevendust studio used signed drum head, studio used signed Morgan Rose drumsticks, a signed lyric sheet and studio used signed Clint Lowery and John Connolly guitars. Plus, you can also purchase a “fly on the wall” studio hang and or the opportunity to have your name in the band’s liner notes for their next release. Get a closer look and place your orders here.
Back in February, guitarist Clint Lowery revealed plans to work on both a solo album and Sevendust’s next release this year. "We don't want to wait a long time," he stated. "We'll probably end up recording a new record at the end of this year. We already have ideas kind of floating around for it. I'll do a solo record in June and record it and release it after the Sevendust cycle slows down, but we'll probably end up tracking a record this year."
Before Sevendust hit the studio, they’ll be back in playing shape, having just finished up a summer run with Skillet, Pop Evil and Devour the Day. The trek launches Aug. 11 in Memphis. Get touring and ticketing details here.
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