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With its new album, "Black Out the Sun," just out, Sevendust has also released a video for the set's first single, "Decay."
The dark, spooky clip shows each of the band members moving into a house and taking different rooms, only to have bad things happen before the video finishes. As for the song itself, drummer and album co-producer Morgan Rose tells us it actually came late in the album recording process:
"The funny thing about 'Decay' is we were kinda getting burnt. I mean, we were writing a lot of songs all at once and we were going through them one by one and we were lucky that we were getting quality material out of this. But we were starting to get burnt, and we didn't want to push it. So there was this riff we had from (2010's) 'Cold Day Memory,' and it was basically the chorus and the verse to 'Decay.' We said, 'Let's jam it and see if anything becomes of it,' and before you know it, that ends up on the record and everybody listens to it and they end up picking that as the single."
Sevendust celebrates "Black Out the Sun's" release tonight (March 27) in El Cajon, Calif., before kicking off a tour with Coal Chamber on Thursday (March 28) in Tempe, Ariz. The group will be touring into the summer, including a spot on the Rock USA festival on July 19 in Oshkosh, Wisc.
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