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Dust Devils

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There's a familiar crunch and wave of noise on Sevendust's fourth album, Next. It's the same rolling thunder of sound that's accompanied the band since its 1997 debut. New guitarist Sonny Mayo (who used to play with funky metalheads Snot) doesn't mess with the group's hard-rock values — he just slips right into them. While Next belies its title by staying put, Sevendust proves they can still knock you on your ass.
Tue., Jan. 31, 6 p.m.

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