Monday, March 29, 2010
Morgan Rose Previews Sevendust's "Cold Day Memory"
Here's a brand new March 2010 interview with Sevendust drummer Morgan Rose (seated in middle of photo). Sevendust has an amazing new CD due out April 20th, called "Cold Day Memory" (first single "Unraveling" has blown up at rock radio), which marks the return of guitarist Clint Lowery to active recorded work with the band after a five-year departure. The new CD is, in the band's words, a complete turn from the last studio record "Hope & Sorrow," and is definitely a sonic evolution for the band. Morgan talks about Clint's return to the fold, and how Clint's an integral part of the Sevendust writing team, as well as a key component of the band's signature sound. Morgan also chats about the band's recording experience for the new record, which was done in Chicago with producer Johnny K (who's worked with Disturbed and Three Doors Down among others). I also ask Morgan about Sevendust's creative process, and the powerful emotion that's always laced the band's music. Other topics of discussion include touring, Sevendust's longevity and influence on other artists, as well as Morgan's thoughts on playing music with the band in general. Be sure to check out "Cold Day Memory" on April 20th, and head over to Sevendust's website at www.sevendust.com. Thanks to Morgan for the chat, as well as Amanda at ABC PR for setting it all up.
*Photo Credit - Jeremy Adamo
Listen To The March 2010 Interview With Morgan Rose: