While Sevendust’s members have been working on outside projects of late, they’re about to reconvene not only for their summer tour, but to start work on their next album.

In a new posting, the band revealed that they will be entering the studio this October to work on their next album. In addition, they’ve offered a number of VIP packages to fans that include both signed gear and special experiences.

Among the items you can purchase are a new Sevendust studio used signed drum head, studio used signed Morgan Rose drumsticks, a signed lyric sheet and studio used signed Clint Lowery and John Connolly guitars. Plus, you can also purchase a “fly on the wall” studio hang and or the opportunity to have your name in the band’s liner notes for their next release. Get a closer look and place your orders here.

Back in February, guitarist Clint Lowery revealed plans to work on both a solo album and Sevendust’s next release this year. "We don't want to wait a long time," he stated. "We'll probably end up recording a new record at the end of this year. We already have ideas kind of floating around for it. I'll do a solo record in June and record it and release it after the Sevendust cycle slows down, but we'll probably end up tracking a record this year."

Before Sevendust hit the studio, they’ll be back in playing shape, having just finished up a summer run with Skillet, Pop Evil and Devour the Day. The trek launches Aug. 11 in Memphis. Get touring and ticketing details here.

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