Sevendust Readying 13th Studio Album, ‘Blood & Stone’


Sevendust are back with a new album, "Blood & Stone," out on Oct. 23.

Sevendust – Story by Scarlett Hunter, photo by Travis Shinn and Chuck Brueckmann

Sevendust are back with a new album, “Blood & Stone,” out on Oct. 23, marking the Atlanta metal band’s 13th studio record and second on Rise Records

After months of rumors about a new Sevendust album on the way, the Atlanta metal band have finally released details on the new songs.

The Grammy-nominated group will release their new album, “Blood & Stone,” on Oct. 23 via Rise Records. The album, which marks the band’s lucky 13th, will feature their previously-released cover of Soundgarden’s “The Day I Tried To Live,” which is in tribute to the late Chris Cornell, and a dozen other new tracks.

“Blood & Stone” marks some familiar territory for Sevendust, as the band once again worked with veteran producer
Michael “Elvis” Baskette on the release, who produced their 2018 album, “All I See Is War.” The new album is currently available for pre-order here.

The new album features longtime Sevendust members Lajon Witherspoon, Clint Lowery, John Connolly, Vince Hornsby and Morgan Rose.

Sevendust’s Blood & Stone Track Listing:

Dying To Live
Blood From A Stone
Feel Like Going On
What You’ve Become
Kill Me
Nothing Left To See Here Anymore
Against The World
Wish You Well
The Day I Tried To Live (Soundgarden cover)



Posted by Scarlett Hunter | Metal, Music, Rock News

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