According to drummer Morgan Rose, SEVENDUST already know when they’re going to pack it in as a band.
Rose revealed in a recent talk with “The Jasta Show” that the group have decided to break up, and they know exactly when it’s going to happen.
The SEVENDUST drummer said: “Me and the rest of the guys are going to Kansas to rehearse and work on the rest of these songs, and then, I think, the 10th or the 11th of July, we move into the studio for six, seven or however many weeks it’ll take.”
Another run of tour dates are planned for afterwards, he added, with shows connected to the next album due to take place in 2023. “There’s not gonna be many left – I’ll just tell you that,” he stated.
“I can just tell you that we’re not gonna be around, full-fledged, forever, that’s for sure. The band has discussed, like, ‘When’s the end date?’”
According to Rose, SEVENDUST have “done it long enough”, saying: “I’ve personally been to the doctor six straight days. I’m going for an MRI tomorrow. It’s breaking down. It’s 26 years of beating the fuck out of yourself – it’s all good until it’s not.”
On the up-side however, Rose said that SEVENDUST could still regroup on occasion after the split, however there would not be a plan to ever return to a full touring unit. “Somehow or another we’ve kept it together enough to be able to still do it at a respectable level. But it’s gonna happen.
“I would be lying to you if I told you I didn’t know when. It is gonna happen. But we’re not saying anything.”
SEVENDUST‘s latest album, “Blood & Stone“, dropped back in 2020.