While many bands of the nu-metal era are remembered with either rolling eyes or lengthy explanations of why they actually rule, Sevendust have come out of that movement relatively unscathed. The band’s early material remains awesome, original, and entertaining for fans to this day, without any new cultural context needed to justify it; whether it’s 1997 or 2021, “Too Close to Hate” still kicks ass. That’s why it’s especially awesome to learn that the band have announced a couple of new livestream performances — during which they’ll play some of their most loved albums from front to back.
As reported by MetalSucks, Sevendust will play their 2003 Butch Walker-produced album Seasons in its entirety on April 10th at 9pm EST. The next night, April 11th, at 7pm EST, the band will perform the entirety of their 1999 fan favorite record Home.
“7D Family!” wrote the band in the announcement featured on their Facebook. “We are super proud to announce our brand new Live Stream Double Header event featuring Seasons and Home! Sevendust Double Header – Seasons & Home, two albums, two nights (April 10 & 11), two shows, double the Dust! Tickets on sale now for both shows!”
7D Family! We are super proud to announce our brand new Live Stream Double Header event featuring Seasons and Home! …
Tickets for the streams are available online, including a bundle for both performances that’s going for just $30.
Words by Chris Krovatin