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Sevendust, The Making of ‘Kill the Flaw’ (Part 3) – Exclusive Video Premiere

Sevendust just released their new album Kill the Flaw, but it’s time to pull back the curtain a bit on how the disc came together. The band has teamed up with Loudwire to provide the third in a series of videos showcasing the making of the Kill the Flaw album.

In the clip above, we catch Sevendust in the final days of putting the disc together. We’re introduced to members of their extended team like engineer Mike Ferretti and their programmer Kurt who adds some of the electronic instrumentation to their songs.

You’ll also get a listen to a portion of the recording of the song “Torched” and learn some of the working titles for the album, including a track once called “Darrell” cause it reminded the band of Dimebag Darrell.

The final portion of the video finds Lajon Witherspoon ready to take his copy of the CD to his ’64 Ford Falcon to give it the “car test,” and members of the band signing copies of the CD booklet for fans.

As stated, Sevendust’s Kill the Flaw is out now. You can pick it up via Amazon and iTunes. Look for the band on tour at these stops.

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