SEVENDUST has released the official music video for song “Unforgiven”. The clip, which can be seen below, is set in a post-apocalyptic world created from an idea by director Scott Hansen presented to the band.
We enjoy hearing what our fans think about the band as we are fans of bands and often wish they would do a certain type of record. We don’t look at ourselves any differently because we happen to be in the band.
Ignite My Insanity was Written over Five Years and Recorded in Two Different Counties!
Sevendust continued to give it their all because Lajon himself is known to never disappoint his fans
Lajon Witherspoon is calling my house this time except we do a conference through his manager – who is fucking awesome. He actually took the time before he connected me to LW to chat about the loss of Prince that day and how he was processing it. That to me is very very cool.
SEVENDUST announced their first U.S. headline tour in support of their latest album Kill The Flaw
As Sevendust approaches two decades together as a band, they have received another milestone in their illustrious career.
Sevendust are back with their 11th studio album released just recently. ‘Kill the Flaw’ is only one of 3 self-produced and recorded records to date. Kicking in with some powerful beats, we immediately have on our hands an attention grabber, cue very pleased fans. Track one ‘Thank you’ leaves a cracking impression featuring sweet licks, Grunge melodies and Alt Metal growls, something you’d expect from Sevendust but still a somewhat different vibe to previous projects.
Dark New Day’s New Tradition is the much anticipated follow up to their 2005 debut Twelve Year Silence. Compromised of members of Sevendust, Evanescence, and Stereomud, among others, it’s pretty much going to likely follow the same basic structure of this style. One thing that caught my ear immediately was the fact that singer Brett Hastla of Virgos Merlot actually has the ability to sing instead of being the same cookie cutter sound of Eddie Vedder
RED REMEDY have an interesting sound that takes its cues from a mixture of modern radio rock and some late nineties/early 2000’s alternative rock and metal a la bands like INCUBUS, SEVENDUST and fellow hometown heroes GRINSPOON. But where the sound really flourishes is with the addition of a heavy layer of melodic rock sensibility and a real no-jokes underlying groove.//