Spiritbox has announced the release of “Constance (Acoustic)”, an acoustic version, of their 2020 hit “Constance”. The reimagined version of the song was recorded in a church with accompaniment from a string trio earlier this year in conjunction with The Grammy Museum COLLECTION:live #spotlightsaturdays in partnership with BMG. Watch the full performance below, 7″ Vinyl Picture Disc, and stream today on all DSPs. All of these new songs released in the last year will end up on the band’s next full-length release Eternal Blue, out September 17th, under their new deal with Rise Records. Watch the teaser now! Watch the clip now!
Spiritbox has shared a reimagined acoustic/orchestral version of their single released at the end of 2020, “Constance.” You can see the video (performance behind at 34:39 mark), presented by The Grammy Museum, along with an interview with the band, in which they discuss what they have been up to, the meaning of the song, some of their songwriting process, and more. This follows their recent single “Circle With Me.” Presumably all of these new songs will end up on the band’s next full-=length release, under their new Rise Records. Watch the teaser now! Watch the clip now!
Spritbox will release a new version of their underground smash hit song “Constance” with chamber instruments on Saturday, May 22nd, according to a post on their Instagram account. This follows their recent single “Circle With Me.” Presumably all of these new songs will end up on the band’s next full-=length release, under their new Rise Records. Watch the teaser now!
Spritbox has released a brand new song “Circle With Me” today on Rise Records. It is accompanied by a music video directed by Orie McGinness, that perfectly compliments the lyrical theme of the song with a constantly revolving shot around the band as they perform. Listen to “Circle With Me” here and watch the video now and purchase and stream the track today at the link below
Sevendust will launch a summer run of socially distanced tour dates in the midwest and the southern USA this summer with direct support coming from Austin Meade and Kirra. The trek kicks off on June 26 in Oshkosh, Wisconsin, and ends on July 24 in Hot Springs, Arkansas. All local COVID-19 protocols will be followed, including social distancing, additional hand sanitizer stations, and instructions to stay home if you’re sick. Sevendust has done four live streams during the pandemic. Ticket links and full dates can be bought at the link below. Blood and Stone is out now via Rise Records.
Sevendust, fresh off of their lone show of 2020, a livestream supporting their new album Blood and Stone (Rise Records) has booked another streaming even. The band will perform its entire Animosity album during a January 8, 2021 livestream event from Opav in Orlando, Florida to celebrate 20 years of their third album. Tickets for the virtual concert can be purchased at the location below.
Sevendust has announced their new album, their thirteenth and second for Rise Records, Blood & Stone. The album is due out October 23rd. They once again worked with producer Michael “Elvis” Baskette, known for his work with Alter Bridge, Tremonti, Slash, and others. Blood & Stone is available for pre-order in various configurations at this link:
The Acacia Strain is back with a new album, Slow Decay (Rise Records), are as pissed as ever despite their last LP being released (checks notes) just last Winter? If memory serves, It Comes in Waves dropped rather surprisingly at the end of December. Okay then, on to Slow Decay. Hold up, most of these songs have already been released in the form of singles throughout the year.
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
Following the success of their initial live stream show in April, acclaimed Norwegian band Kvelertak have revealed fresh plans for new date, “Live From Amper Tone Studio”, on Saturday, June 20th! The set will once again be broadcast via Vierlive at 9pm CET (8pm BST / 2pm CST). The band dropped a message to fans, which you can see below. The bands recent album Splid is out now, via Rise Records.Continue reading