Sevendust: Writing sessions for the next album “Have Begun”

SEPTEMBER began working on material for the 2020s follow-up “Blood and Stone” album.

Earlier in the day, the official SEPTEMBER social media has been updated with some pictures of the instagram guitarist testimonials Clint Bassey and singer Lajon Witherspoonand it was accompanied by the following message: “Writing sessions have begun for the next album… Boys working hard! #sevendust”.

Last month, SEPTEMBER released an extended digital edition of “Blood and Stone”. “Blood and Stone Deluxe” contained five new tracks, including three previously unreleased remixes and two newly recorded songs. Jake Bowen of PERIPHERY, Richard Wicander of THE FIRE OF THE GODS and Justin de Blieckformerly of ICE NINE KILLEDprovided remixes and the band finished recording “All I Really Know” and “What You Are” specifically for this version. “Blood and Stone Deluxe” was published via all digital partners via Climb records and was produced by Michael “Elvis” Basketball.

withered spoon spoke to Audio Ink Radio about the recording process of “Blood and Stone”“I feel like we’ve grown not just as artists but as men, personally. I feel like we’ve grown seasoned, if that makes sense. Maybe we We’re like old wine. We’ve had time to really get to know each other. We’re brothers. It’s easy for us when we’re in the studio. It’s like a well-oiled machine, once we get back in there. is where the magic happens is when we look at each other. It always reminds me of when we first met, every time we get together, as long as we’re together. It’s just because he there’s a certain light that comes on. It’s always great to have that.

withered spoon also talked about SEPTEMBER‘s longevity, saying, “You can’t just call yourself a band just because you have a band of people together. I think that’s a band. I feel like you have to have a band when You’ve been through a lot together, not just the good times, but the bad times. You’ve seen life together. You’ve seen death together. You’ve helped each other. You’ve done all that stuff. These 25 last years, and that is why I can say that I am very proud to be in SEPTEMBER the group, not SEPTEMBER the group.”

He continued: “There are groups out there – there are a lot of groups out there – and there are a lot of groups. I think it takes heart. I think it takes compassion. I think it takes respect Treating each other the same way like what we’re trying to do in the world today I feel like it’s something that keeps us together. isn’t one guy with a Ferrari and another with a Hyundai, which are also nice cars. I’m just saying in the order of things. So I think that’s something that kept us together too, c is that no guy gets better or feels better When we walk into a room sometimes it feels like even though we’re older men, I still feel like we’re those kids who were in the recording room, wondering, how are we going to pay the rent for the month? What show are we going to play? And that’s a good feeling ent to feel happy after all these years. ”

The writing sessions have started for the next album… The boys are hard at work! #sevendust

Posted by Sevendust on Tuesday January 25th, 2022

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