I-Rock 93.5 Concert Announcement: Sevendust To Finish Our Quad Cities Rock Year
What a great way to finish the year. Sevendust is coming back to the Quad Cities. They are bringing 10 Years, Burden of the Sky, and Core. Tickets for Sevendust, December 30th at The Rust Belt are on sale now. You can also win them by signing up below.
Lajon Witherspoon [lead vocals], Clint Lowery [lead guitar, backing vocals], John Connolly [rhythm guitar, backing vocals], Vince Hornsby [bass], and Morgan Rose [drums]—defy expectations yet again on their fourteenth full-length and debut for Napalm Records, Truth Killer.
“We really cared about the process,” notes Clint. “It’s never a straight line with Sevendust. We’ve always made left turns and dipped into super heavy and very melodic sounds. We still try to do things a little differently. I think we recreated the magic on this one, and we overcommitted to making sure every song was great.”
In order to do so, the guys regrouped as friends first. Initially, they decamped to Lajon’s farmhouse. Over the course of four days in 2022, they demoed out the bulk of the record, rekindling the spark that defined their seminal output
10 Years is coming back to The Rust Belt to rock with us. With numerous hits like "Wasteland", "Beautifu", "The Shift" and more, it will be great to have 10 Years back to rock the Quad Cities.
Burden of the Sky
Burden Of The Sky will make the drive from Bloomington, Illinois. The band was born in 2012, a project of Brad Shaw and Josh Appel. “Cinis Ad Cinis”, the group’s debut album, came to light in 2017 and pushed the band into the public eye.
Core might be new to a lot, but they are racking up the views on YouTube. The above "Save Me" has 1.2 million views. And now you can view them in person on December 30 at The Rust Belt.
Finish the year with Sevendust, 10 Years and I-Rock 93.5. December 30th at The Rust Belt. Tickets are available at The Rust Belt website, box office, and Co-Op Records. You can also win them from your concert leader by signing up below.
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