Hard rock act Sevendust will on Oct. 7 release its fourth full-length album, "Seasons." The TVT disc, the group's first since 2001's "Animosity," will be supported with a vigorous touring schedule tha

Hard rock act Sevendust will on Oct. 7 release its fourth full-length album, "Seasons." The TVT disc, the group's first since 2001's "Animosity," will be supported with a vigorous touring schedule that commences tonight (Aug. 14) in New Orleans.

The 12-track "Seasons" was produced by Butch Walker (Marvelous 3, Injected) and is led by first single "Enemy," which will ship to U.S. radio outlets later this month. Other tracks include "Separate," "Broken Down," "Honesty," "Enemy" and "Disease."

"This is a recovery record," says drummer Morgan Rose in a statement. "You get plenty of songs that are true and straight to the heart, and there are songs on there that are point-blank inspired by people and events. But then a bulk of the record is dedicated to the realization that we've done some bad things to ourselves and people around us over the long haul."

Sevendust will play four shows in the Budweiser One Night Stand concert series starting Sept. 15 in Cincinnati, and support Staind on a U.S. tour launching Sept. 27.

"Animosity" debuted at No. 28 on The Billboard 200 in December 2001 and has sold 446,000 copies in the U.S., according to Nielsen SoundScan.

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