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Sevendust Drop Intense New Video For Dying To Live

Watch Sevendust’s dark new video for their latest single, Dying To Live.

Ahead of the release of new album Blood & Stone this Friday (October 23), Sevendust have unveiled a dark and dramatic video for Dying To Live.

The track opens up album number 13 in explosive fashion, with the intense video of a robbery gone wrong accompanying the music to dramatic effect.

Discussing Blood & Stone with Front Row Entertainment, guitarist Clint Lowery called the album one of the band’s strongest in a while”.

Read this: Album review: Sevendust – Blood & Stone

I’m proud of all the music we do,” he said. Every band likes to say, Oh, yeah, the new record is the best one we’ve ever done.’ I think it’s a very reflective record for where we’re at musically, where we’re at as a band. So that’s always a goal. I think we just wanna be genuine. 

We don’t wanna put out a dud record. Not everyone’s gonna like it; we understand that. We just try to do what we do best. We’re not the heaviest band in the world; we’re not a pop-rock band at all either. We’re just this aggressive band that has our own thing, and we stay true to that.” 

Watch Dying To Live below:

Posted on October 20th 2020, 4:30p.m.
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