SEVENDUST: 'Enemy' MP3 Available For Download

A brand-new SEVENDUST track, titled "Enemy", has been posted online in MP3 format at this location. "Enemy" comes off the group's forthcoming album, tentatively titled "Seasons", due on October 7 through TVT Records.

As previously reported, SEVENDUST recorded 17 tracks during the sessions for the new CD at Atlanta's Ruby Red Studios with producer Butch Walker (INJECTED, SR-71). Around 12-13 songs will end up on the final album, which was mixed at NRG Recording in North Hollywood by Jay Baumgardner (PAPA ROACH, ALIEN ANT FARM, DROWNING POOL). Among the tracks recorded for the CD was a cover of MARVIN GAYE's "Inner City Blues", which will likely be released on a forthcoming soundtrack or as a b-side. Other cuts tracked during the sessions include "Disgrace", "Seasons", "Honesty", and "Skeleton Song".


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