SEVENDUST: New Video Interview With MORGAN ROSE

PCM recently conducted an interview with SEVENDUST drummer Morgan Rose during the "Carnival Of Madness" tour. You can now watch the chat below.

The dates and venues have been confirmed for the second annual "HardDrive Live" tour, produced in conjunction with the "HardDrive" and "HardDrive XL" weekend and nightly radio programs. As previously announced, SEVENDUST and 10 YEARS will top a bill also featuring SINCE OCTOBER, ARANDA and ANEW REVOLUTION. The trek will begin in Augusta, Georgia on October 4 and will hit 28 cities across North America by November 10, where it will wrap in Orlando, Florida.

The members of SEVENDUST said in a statement, "We couldn't be more excited to be on the 'HardDrive Live' tour this fall . . . 'HardDrive' have been huge supporters of the band over the years."

SEVENDUST has been touring behind its eighth studio album, "Cold Day Memory", and drummer Morgan Rose told The Pulse of Radio that the band is really enjoying itself at the moment. "I mean, we're interacting with each other as well as the people out in the crowd just because we've played these songs so many times that we need to entertain ourselves a little bit," he said. "So, you know, I hope nobody minds that we're up there having a good time within each other, you know, and hopefully that translates to everybody out there."

ARANDA will replace SINCE OCTOBER on the bill beginning November 2 in Salt Lake City.

Last year's inaugural tour featured ALL THAT REMAINS, LACUNA COIL and others.

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