STAIND, SEVENDUST, LO-PRO: First Tour Dates Announced

The first four dates of SEVENDUST's upcoming tour with STAIND and LO-PRO have been announced. They are as follows:

Sep. 27 - Camden, NJ - Tweeter Center
Sep. 30 - New York, NY - Roseland Ballroom
Oct. 05 - Charlotte, NC - Verizon Wireless Amphitheater
Oct. 07 - Atlanta, GA – Tabernacle

As previously reported, SEVENDUST will embark on a 14-date acoustic tour in support of their upcoming album, "Seasons". The trek will kick off September 3 in Chicago, and each stop will also include a listening party for the new set and a Q&A with band members. The fan deemed to have asked the best question at each venue will be invited to sit on stage with the hard rock act during the performance segment.

SEVENDUST's fourth album, "Seasons", is due on October 7 through TVT Records. The first 150,000 CDs will include a bonus DVD that features the making of "Seasons", interviews with the band, and studio and acoustic performances. The band's new single, "Enemy", can currently be downloaded here.


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