Since its formation in 1994, Sevendust has attained success with three consecutive RIAA gold-certified albums, a Grammy nomination, sold millions of records worldwide, and toured with some of rock’s most renowned names. Several of their classic albums will be issued via BMG as part of a nine-LP box set on October 13, 2023, while the seven-CD box set will be released on October 27, 2023. Both LP and CD box sets are titled “Seven Of Sevendust”.
We have teamed up with BMG for a giveaway that will include 1 vinyl box-set and 3 CD boxset. Read below to learn how to try your luck at getting one of this on your hands!
How to win a copy of Sevendust‘s Upcoming “Seven Of Sevendust” Box Set:
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- Comment in this Facebook post, and tell us why you should be one of the winners. When doing so include the hashtag #7DGiveawaySP
Once completed you will be entered into a drawing for one of the 4 available sets. Winners will be announced on October 29, 2023, and they will be responsible for the shipping cost to their location. Good luck!
Sevendust has released a total of 14 studio albums, and this compilation features seven incredible records from their catalog — 2005’s “Next”, 2007’s “Alpha” (two-LP),2008’s “Chapter VII: Hope & Sorrow” (two-LP),2010’s “Cold Day Memory”, 2013’s “Black Out The Sun”, 2014’s “Time Travelers & Bonfires” and 2015’s “Kill The Flaw”.
“Seven Of Sevendust” will be available as both a deluxe nine-LP box set (list price: $199.98) and a seven-CD clamshell (list price: $69.98).
Sevendust released its fourteenth studio album, “Truth Killer”, on July 28 via the band’s new label home Napalm Records. The follow-up to 2020’s “Blood & Stone” was once again tracked at Studio Barbarosa in Gotha, Florida with producer Michael “Elvis” Baskette, who has previously worked with Alter Bridge and Slash, among others.
“Truth Killer” showcases that the original and current Sevendust lineup — comprised of Lajon Witherspoon, Clint Lowery, John Connolly, Vince Hornsby and Morgan Rose — sounds as relevant today as it did on its 1997 self-titled debut.