Sevendust guitarist Clint Lowery is determined to make his new project Call Me No One work. In a new blog posted on Lowery’s official website, the prolific guitarist expressed his excitement about the band’s debut disc -- ‘Last Parade,’ out today (June 5) -- and how he “can’t wait for people to hear” the result of all the hard work Lowery, Sevendust drummer Morgan Rose, Hurt’s Rek Mohr and guitarist Alan Price put into it.
Atlanta-based alt-metal outfit Sevendust have been on a bit of a hiatus this year with band members busy with two fresh side projects, Call Me No One and Projected. Fans of the band have been more than a bit worried about the possibility of a permanent Sevendust split, but thankfully guitarist Clint Lowery has confirmed that a new Sevendust album is on the way.
Clint Lowery Talks Dark New Day's 'New Tradition'
Guitarist Clint Lowery is busy with Dark New Day and his latest project Call Me No One with Sevendust stickman Morgan Rose, but he says that a Sevendust album is brewing. Lowery recently gave Loudwire the scoop on Sevendust’s upcoming album, touring plans for this year and the band’s overall future.
Sevendust guitarist Clint Lowery must not be a fan of idle hands because he sure is a busy man these days. Other than his main gig as the guitarist in Sevendust, Lowery is also about to release a new album with his supergroup Dark New Day, and now, he’s working on another side project with Sevendust bandmate and drummer Morgan Rose.
After being handpicked by Kiss in last year’s Guitar Center onstage contest, Candlelight Red have released their debut album ‘The Wreckage,’ and the band has been on tour with some major acts such as 10 Years, Saving Abel and others. Now, they are gearing up for a string of dates with Sevendust.
Over the weekend, a never ending cavalcade of today’s hottest rock bands marched into the Luxor Festival Grounds and set up shop. The two-day '48 Hours Festival’ boasted two jam-packed days of 22 bands playing on two stages. The show marked the first outdoor hard rock and metal festival to descend on the Vegas Strip, and with any luck, the first of many.