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SEVENDUST To Drop Off ASKING ALEXANDRIA Tour Due To 'Personal Family Matter'



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SEVENDUST will drop off the "From Death To Destiny Tour" with ASKING ALEXANDRIA, ALL THAT REMAINS, EMMURE and FOR TODAY several dates earlier than anticipated due to a "personal family matter." SEVENDUST's last show on the trek will take place on November 15 in Memphis, Tennessee. SEVENDUST's ninth studio album, "Black Out The Sun", sold 27,000 copies in the United States in its first week of release to land at position No. 18 on The Billboard 200 chart. The CD, which arrived in stores on March 26 via the band's 7Bros. Records in conjunction with ADA Label Services, was recorded at Architekt Music studios in Butler, New Jersey with engineer Mike Ferretti. In an interview with Revolver magazine, SEVENDUST guitarist John Connolly stated about "Black Out The Sun": "It has a totally different vibe about it. It's darker, but with a little bit of hope. There's always that light at the end of the tunnel. When I listen to it, it's almost like a greatest-hits record of songs you've never heard before. There's an album that every one of those songs could potentially live on. There's some stuff that sounds like it might belong on 'Home', some that sounds like 'Seasons'. Then there are some 'Alpha' moments as well." Asked about the songwriting approach for the CD, Connolly said: "There was definitely no shortage of ideas. For this record, we had a writing area behind the live drums in the studio. Whenever someone was in the studio working on parts, any number of us would gather in this writing station and map things out right there on the spot. This was one of those albums where on Monday 'Decay' didn't exist and by the end of Tuesday night, it was there." sevendustaskingtour2013poster_638


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