SEVENDUST RETURN WITH LYRIC VIDEO FOR THEIR COVER OF THE SOUNDGARDEN CLASSIC “THE DAY I TRIED TO LIVE”

Heavy metal legends Sevendust have unveiled a new lyric video for their cover of the Soundgarden classic “The Day I Tried To Live.” The song is the first piece of new music from the band since 2018’s critically acclaimed All I See Is War. The band chose the song to return to the airwaves with after seeing the societal changes happening around the globe. The lyrical message of learning to live a better life is as relevant today as they were when the song was first released in 1994. The song is available for purchase now at http://Riserecords.lnk.to/TheDayITried. The new track was produced Michael “Elvis” Baskette, who first worked with the band on their last album. The lyric video for the song was created by Wayne Joyner (known for his work with Dream Theater). It features a lone figure walking down a road thinking about his life with clips of the band woven throughout. The video can be seen here: https://youtu.be/YhUUO_S4bpA.

“Soundgarden is such an important band to all of us in Sevendust and this love for them goes all the way back to when we were starting,” explains Lajon Witherspoon. “We discussed trying to do one of their songs and our producer Elvis suggested ‘The Day I Tried To Live.’ I would have been fine with any of those songs personally. When I first heard it, I thought the lyrics were timeless. The lyrics are about trying to experience new things and change the way you live, and we see examples of that every day with what is happening around the world. To have the chance to cover this song and release it is so special to all of us. Thank you, Chris Cornell and Soundgarden.” 

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