Atlanta headbangers Sevendust are back in a big, big way.
In the wake of Sevendust’s fourth album – 2003’s “Seasons” – guitarist-vocalist Clint Lowery parted company with the band.
Sevendust carried on and recorded three more albums without Lowery, enjoying considerable success. But clearly, something was missing.
Fortunately, Lowery has re-joined the band, and now the reunited Sevendust is basking in the success of their new album, “Cold Day Memory.” When it was released last month, “Cold Day Memory” debuted at No. 12 on Billboard’s Top 200 Album Chart, making it the highest debut in the band’s eight-album, 15-year career.
Heeeey, We’ve got a pair of tickets for this show that we’re giving away to a lucky Nippertown reader. Just leave a comment below to be entered into a random drawing; we’ll announce the winner tomorrow. Be sure to leave your real email address (it won’t show in public) so we can notify you if you win.. Okay, I get it – no Sevendust fans in our readership. Bit of a shame, really.