SEVENDUST didn’t waste any time getting 2014 started the best way they know how: being holed up in the recording studio to create their long-awaited and highly-anticipated acoustic album.
This show was ridiculous! It isn’t often you get to experience one if your favorite rock bands break it down to a more intimate setting and personal level. The talent of this band and the quality music they produce leaves me astounded that they are no longer playing sold our shows i every city they play, but in the flip side it affords their loyal fans the opportunity to experience an evening like is on Wednesday night at the Underbelly in Jacksonville Florida . This ranks up there with favorite shows all time for me.
The band had a fun personable attitude, great set list, nice acoustic compositions, and was really tight musically It was like you and the band were having a jam session right there in you living room just BSing,playing and listening to music.they keep getting better and better whether electric or acoustic and have an energy level most bands never attain!!!
The Atlanta band–Lajon Witherspoon (vocals), Morgan Rose (drums/vocals), Clint Lowery (guitar/vocals), John Connolly (guitar/vocals) and Vince Hornsby (bass/vocals)—entered Architekt Studios in Butler, NJ (where they recorded their previous BLACK OUT THE SUN album) at the beginning of the month to record their highly anticipated and much-talked-about acoustic studio album.
It is collection of brand new songs, along with re-recorded SEVENDUST classics. Newly re-recorded songs will include: “Black,” “Gone,” “Denial,” “Karma,” “Trust,” and “Crucified.” Six brand new songs have also been written and recorded for the acoustic album. It’s not the first time SEVENDUST has explored their acoustic side. Their critically acclaimed SOUTHSIDE DOUBLE-WIDE live acoustic album was released in 2004.