SEVENDUST drummer Morgan Rose and guitarist Clint Lowery have launched their new project, CALL ME NO ONE, with a first single titled “Biggest Fan”. The track, which will be available to purchase on iTunes on April 24, is taken from the outfit’s debut disc, “Last Parade”, which will arrive on June 5.
“Biggest Fan” is already the #2 most added record at Active Rock, with Loudwire declaring, “with crushing drum patterns, blistering guitar riffs and a serious solo, ‘Biggest Fan’ is going to pound your ear drums.”
Rose told The Pulse Of Radio that CALL ME NO ONE has turned into something bigger than he and Lowery first envisioned. “This isn’t really a side project. This is another band,” he said. “I mean, other people have done it, but I guess that the closest thing we could compare it to is like STONE SOUR to SLIPKNOT, you know. I mean, we’re gonna go ahead and do this, then when this runs its course, it should be right on time for SEVENDUST to get back and rolling.”
Lowery recently described the sound of CALL ME NO ONE as “kind of NINE INCH NAILS meets FOO FIGHTERS.”
SEVENDUST guitarist John Connolly and bassist Vince Hornsby also recently launched a new project, joining forces with CREED/ALTER BRIDGE drummer Scott Phillips in a new outfit called PROJECTED.
PROJECTED has already entered the studio to begin recording its debut disc, to be made available later in the year.
SEVENDUST itself will begin writing its ninth studio effort this summer, with plans for an early 2013 release. SEVENDUST issued its most recent outing, “Cold Day Memory”, in April 2010.