SEVENDUST: 'Prodigal Son' Video Premiere On Music Choice Starts Today

June 16, 2008

The video for "Prodigal Son", the first single off SEVENDUST's new album "Chapter VII: Hope & Sorrow", will be premiered today through Sunday, June 22 on Music Choice. Music Choice, the most popular On Demand music network in the country, will make the video accessible by millions of digital cable users across the country, including Comcast, Time Warner, Cox, Cablevision, and Verizon FiOS subscribers. SEVENDUST's "Prodigal Son" will also be available to high-speed Internet/broadband customers with access to Music Choice's free broadband music site.

Jump-started by the return of original guitar player Clint Lowery to the band, SEVENDUST has been on the road non-stop since the release of "Chapter VII: Hope & Sorrow" in April. The band's current live attack is as ferocious as ever and they'll continue to be road warriors this summer with performances at Milwaukee's Summerfest and select dates with GODSMACK, ALTER BRIDGE, TANTRIC, NONPOINT and one stop on Ozzfest in Texas. SEVENDUST will head overseas to perform for the U.S. Armed Forces in Germany, Kuwait and Afghanistan for the first two weeks of July.

"Chapter VII: Hope & Sorrow" (7Bros/Asylum) sold 25,000 copies in the United States during its first week of release to land at position No. 19 on The Billboard 200 chart.

SEVENDUST's "Prodigal Son" video can be viewed below.

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