SEVENDUST Complete Work On New Studio Album: Photos Available

According to a message from SEVENDUST's webmaster/photographer Maddog in the group's latest newsletter, the band have already completed work on their new studio album. The CD is expected later in the year, presumably through the group's longtime label TVT Records.

"The boys from SEVENDUST gave me full access to the recording studio, something that is unheard of," he writes. "And for that I am truly thankful, they are without a doubt some of the kindest people in the business. I spent many days with them and was witness to the process of producing an album. But most of all they allowed me to photograph every aspect of life in the studio. The images are wonderful, and tonight I get to share them with you."

To check out the photos, visit the web site.


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