Sevendust guitarist John Connolly and bassist Vince Hornsby have teamed up with Alter Bridge/Creed drummer Scott Philips and Tremonti/Creed guitarist Eric Friedman to form Projected. The band will be releasing their debut album Human on Sept. 18th. In anticipation of this release, the band has released a lyric video for their first single “Watch It Burn”, which you can watch below.
“John, Vinny, Eric, and I have shared many miles and many stages together over previous years,” explains Scott Phillips. “We’ve always talked about collaborating and now it’s finally come to fruition. I might possibly be one of the biggest Sevendust fans ever, and to get the opportunity to work with a few of my favorite musicians on the planet, and some of my best friends, means the world to me. We wholeheartedly believe in these songs…believe in John’s vision…and couldn’t be happier about the future of Projected!”
As Vince Hornsby continues, “I’m grateful for the opportunity that I was given to work on this project with John, Scott and Eric. They are great friends and talented musicians. I look forward to getting all the songs out there for everyone to hear and excited about what the future holds.”
And Eric Friedman concludes, “Just a buncha bros doin’ what we love!”
Human track list:
Watch It Burn
Bring You Back (feat. Sevendust singer Lajon Witherspoon)
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