SEVENDUST + ALL THAT REMAINS

SEVENDUST + ALL THAT REMAINS
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SEVENDUST & ALL THAT REMAINS

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| Sevendust |
Sevendust is an American alternative metal band from Atlanta, Georgia. Formed in 1994, the group went through multiple name changes before settling on the name Sevendust and releasing their debut album.

The original members of the band, Lajon Witherspoon, John Connolly, Clint Lowery, Vince Hornsby and Morgan Rose, came together in 1994 and worked constantly on their sound for a few years before releasing any material. In 1996 the band released the track “My Ruin” which was featured on videogame soundtrack, “More Kombat”.

The band’s heavy riffs and thrashing drum lines proved popular with fans and, after extensive touring to support the release of their debut album, “Sevendust”, in 1997, the album was finally certified gold despite only getting to 165 on the US Billboard chart.

With a legion of fans in their corner after their extensive touring for the album “Sevendust”, the band released their second studio album “Home” in 1999, which shot to the number 19 spot in the US Billboard chart. Like it’s predecessor, the album was eventually certified gold.

To widen their audience, the band toured extensively worldwide alongside huge bands such as Metallica, Korn, Limp Bizkit, Nonpoint, Kid Rock and Creed. With this exposure the band achieved their biggest success to date in 2003 with the album “Seasons”, which peaked at the number 14 position on the US Billboard chart. The band’s first top 10 single also came from this album, with “Enemy” hitting the number 10 spot on the US Mainstream Rock chart.

It was seven years before Sevendust was able to outdo the success of “Seasons”. In 2010, the band released “Cold Day Memory” which shot to number 12 on the US Billboard chart. The album’s lead single, “Unravelling” also performed well, getting to number seven on the US Mainstream Rock chart.

When asked to describe their genre of music, Sevendust has struggled to define their style. Instead, they explain that their music has evolved through a number of sub genres including nu metal, heavy metal and rock. Sevendust claim their influences as Twisted Sister, Anthrax and Ministry.


| All That Remains |
Formed at the turn of the millennium, All That Remains, from Springfield, Massachusetts have a handful of studio albums to their name, together with a live CD/DVD and have managed sales of over a million units internationally.

ATR formed in 2000 and quickly wrote their debut album "Behind Silence and Solitude", which was later released on March 26th 2002 through Prosthetic Records. Featuring on the album were re-recordings of three demos from 1999, “Follow”, “Shading” and “Erase”. “This Darkened Heart” is the second studio album by the band and it was released on March 23rd 2004. It was produced by Adam Dutkiewicz, of Killswitch Engage.

All That Remains hit their stride on their third album, “The Fall of Ideals”, released on July 11th 2006, and was again produced by Adam Dutkiewicz. The album gave the band their first chart success, reaching number 75 in the Billboard 200 charts. Two years later, the album had sold upwards of 175,000 units. The song “Six” which was featured the video game Guitar Hero II, and “This Calling” was available as downloadable content for Rockband. It’s also used as the lead track on the original soundtrack of Saw III.

On September 16th 2008, the band released their fourth studio album “Overcome”, which is the only album of theirs not produced by Adam Dutkiewicz. Two of the album's tracks “Two Weeks” and “Chiron” became available content for Rock Band on September 9th 2008. The album did even better than it’s prequel, reaching #16 on the Billboard 200, selling over 200,000 copies. They released three singles from the album, “Forever In Your Hands”, “Frozen” and “Days Without”. Following a couple of international tours, and heading back into the studio, the band released their fourth studio album “For We Are Many” on October 12th 2010. It went on to peak at number 10 on the Billboard 200, and number 7 in the Canadian Albums Chart.

Their following release, “A War You Cannot Win”, the sixth studio instalment, continued the success that they were already experiencing with the album going to #13 in the Billboard 200 Chart. It has sold upwards of 115,000 units to date.