Listen to Sevendust Cover Soundgarden’s “The Day I Tried To Live”

Sevendust has released a new single and lyric video for a new cover of Soundgarden’s 1990s classic song, “The Day I Tried To Live”. The track is a tribute to Chris Cornell, who died in 2017. The song is their first new music since the band released All I See is War, via Rise Records in 2018. Sevendust’s version of “The Day I Tried To Live” was produced by Michael “Elvis” Baskette, and the lyric video for the song was created by Wayne Joyner (known for his work with Dream Theater).  Continue reading

Sevendust Teases New Music Arriving This Friday

Sevendust is teasing an announcement for this Friday, June 26th, 2020. The band shared a new image to their social media channels and had it shared by its members. The band is expected to release a new album this year, produced by their frequent collaborate Elvis Baskette Continue reading

PODCAST: Episode 71 – Clint Lowery (Sevendust) on “God Bless the Renegades”

Clint Lowery, known best for his work in Sevendust, is releasing his debut full-length solo album God Bless The Renegades on January 31st, 2020 via Rise Records. Ghost Cult chief Keefy caught up with Clint on the phone to discuss the genesis of the album, his mindset for creating solo material and becoming a frontman, working with producer Elvis Baskette, the personal nature of his lyrics, balancing his solo endeavors and new music from Sevendust, and his hopes and goals for the album. You can purchase the album here! Catch Clint on tour with his solo band opening for Alter Bridge on the next leg of their “Walk The Sky Tour, and at Epicenter Festival this spring.

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ALBUM REVIEW: Alter Bridge – Walk The Sky

Fifteen years into their career, Alter Bridge doesn’t get tagged with supergroup much, inspire of their clear affiliations to other major bands (Tremonti, Creed, Slash). However, they are a super group of music makers and songwriters. Mark Tremonti and Myles Kennedy do their best work together, and some of the best tracks of their lives on their new album Walk The Sky (Napalm Records).  Continue reading

Sevendust – All I See Is War

Let’s cut the chase, shall we? Straight up: I am an unabashed Sevendust fan, and have been since their debut album dropped in 1997. Anyone who knows me also knows I have been singing their praises forever as one of the most talented, yet criminally underrated bands of our time. In a fair and just world, they’d have sold millions of albums and would be a household name. Epic songs and sick live performances have earned 7D a beloved following on several continents. While I have selfishly felt like we fans were in a little club with our own band, I also want them to just coat the earth with their goodness. My feeling going into All I See Is War, their first album for new label Rise Records, is that this is the record that will put them over the top and convert the unbelievers. The got out of their comfort zone right away by working with kingmaker producer Elvis Baskette. From the early listens, I might have been right after all. Continue reading

Sevendust Releases New Music Video – Not Original, New Album Due Next Month

As Sevendust bears down on the release of their forthcoming new album, All I See Is War on May 11th, The band have dropped a new single and video. ‘Not Original’ is the second single from the album after ‘Dirty’. Watch the video below. Continue reading

Slash Ft. Myles Kennedy & The Conspirators To Release Third Album Later In 2018

Despite being busy with their main projects, Slash Ft. Myles Kennedy & The Conspirators will unite again to release their third album next fall and plan to tour extensively. The band has just entered the studio to record with producer Elvis Baskette. Slash has spent the last few years on the Not In This Lifetime tour with Guns N Roses, while Alter Bridge has been touring, dropped a new album, as did Myles Kennedy, with his just-released Year Of The Tiger solo debut. Continue reading

Sevendust Enters The Studio, New Album Due in 2018

Sevendust has entered the recording studio, according to a post on Instagram by drummer Morgan Rose. The band is tracking the follow-up album for their new label Rise Records/BMG (Five Finger Death Punch, Of Mice and Men), and the album is due in the first half of next year. Sevendust released their Grammy-nominated album Kill The Flaw in 2015, featuring the hit single ‘Thank You’, which has tallied over 5.25 million plays on Spotify. Continue reading