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Unauthorized Release: Sevendust’s “Truth Killer” Album Leaked Online Before Official Launch

Sevendust, the Grammy-nominated metal legends, are gearing up to release their 14th studio album, “Truth Killer,” on July 28, 2023, via Napalm Records. However, the excitement surrounding the album has been dampened by an unfortunate leak. The entire album was leaked prematurely on various torrent sites today, leaving fans with mixed feelings.

“Truth Killer” follows their 2020 release, “Blood & Stone,” and features 12 powerful tracks produced by Michael “Elvis” Baskette. Two singles from the album, “Fence” and “Holy Water,” had already been released and well-received by fans.

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The leak of “Truth Killer” has sparked a range of reactions among fans. While some are disappointed that they couldn’t experience the album’s official release as intended, others have embraced the opportunity to listen to it ahead of time and have taken to social media to share their thoughts.

Sevendust has yet to address the leak directly. However, they recently posted a statement on their website, encouraging fans to show their support by pre-ordering the album.

“We’re thrilled to finally unveil ‘Truth Killer’ to the world,” the statement reads. “We’ve poured our hearts and souls into this album, and we’re immensely proud of it. If you’re a Sevendust fan, we urge you to pre-order the album and help us make it a resounding success.”

While the leak is undoubtedly a setback for Sevendust, it is unlikely to significantly impact the album’s commercial performance. The official release of “Truth Killer” is still scheduled for July 28th, and fans are expected to show their support by purchasing the album.

For those eager to hear “Truth Killer” now, the leaked version is available online. Alternatively, fans can patiently wait for the official release date to experience the album in its entirety.

The album showcases the exceptional talents of Sevendust’s original and current lineup, including Lajon Witherspoon, Clint Lowery, John Connolly, Vince Hornsby, and Morgan Rose. The first single, “Fence,” accompanied by a mesmerizing claymation music video directed and animated by Ollie Jones, was released on April 12, 2023. The album’s second single, “Everything,” followed on May 11, 2023.

Here is the tracklist for “Truth Killer”:

I Might Let the Devil Win
Truth Killer
Won’t Stop the Bleeding
No Revolution
The End Is Coming
The Only One
The Devil’s in the Details
The Truth Is a Lie
The Last Goodbye

Despite the leak, Sevendust remains resilient, and their dedicated fanbase continues to eagerly anticipate the official release of “Truth Killer.”

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