An audio interview with SEVENDUST, conducted by KISW 99.9 FM at the Hooky Day concert on August 19 at the White River Amphitheatre in Auburn, Washington, can be downloaded in MP3 format at this location.
SEVENDUST are gearing up for the October 11 release of their fifth studio album, "Next", on WineDark Records (distributed by Fontana Distribution, a division of Universal Music and Video Distribution). A video for the album's first single, "Ugly", was shot in Los Angeles, CA on August 28 and 29 with P.R. Brown (BILLY CORGAN, MÖTLEY CRÜE) behind the lens. It's expected to invade TV airwaves by mid-September.
Not one to turn down an invitation to help support troops fighting overseas, SEVENDUST recently participated in an extra special event hosted by WAAF-FM in Boston. On August 26, the station broadcasted live from a brand new home built by Homes For Our Troops (www.homesforourtroops.org) for an Iraqi war veteran who recently returned home and is now confined to a wheelchair. The band leant a hand to the construction of the house throughout the day and entertained the 300-plus volunteers with songs old and new at a party later that evening.
SEVENDUST are currently making plans to launch a U.S. tour starting in January. Stay tuned for details.
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