Clint Lowery was born in Atlanta, Georgia, United States on December 15th, 1971 and is the Guitarist. At the age of 51, Clint Lowery biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, songs, and networth are available.
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In 1989, Lowery alongside vocalist Donnie Hamby, guitarist Troy McLawhorn, bassist Corey Lowery and drummer Bevan Davies started a new band called Still Rain. Lowery with the band played everywhere from Daytona to Atlanta to Louisville, Kentucky. Even as far north as Grand Rapids, Michigan, at Club Eastbrook. The band averaged 300 shows per year. Mixing multiple sets of covers with their own original music. Doing this, they built up quite a big following. After doing this for a few years, they decided to go all original, producing their first album (they had done tapes before, which sold out quickly) called Still Rain. A second album, Bitter Black Water, soon followed.
After Still Rain, Lowery joined American heavy metal band Sevendust as a lead guitarist, quite different from previous band's style and sound. They released their first studio album titled Sevendust, On April 15, 1997. In 1998, they released a compilation called Live and Loud, which featured live footage of the band's September 16, 1998 performance at Chicago's Metro. In 1999, they released their second studio album Home, which had four singles and had good chart performance in mainstream and modern rock charts which were better than first album's singles chart. He performed with the band at Woodstock '99, and also they gained European exposure by opening for Skunk Anansie at various shows in Germany. They opened with Kid Rock and Ted Nugent for Metallica on New Year's Eve in 1999 at the Pontiac Silverdome near Detroit, Michigan. They also joined Slipknot, Coal Chamber and other bands on the Tattoo the Earth Tour in June 2000. In 2001, Sevendust released new album Animosity. In 2003, Sevendust returned with their fourth album, Seasons. This was one of the band's best received albums and to-date features their highest-charting single (tied with "Driven"), "Enemy", which peaked at #10 on the Mainstream Rock Chart. "Enemy", was also used as the official theme song for "Unforgiven (2003)". In 2004, for the first time in the band's career, they released a live album on a CD–DVD double-disk package titled Southside Double-Wide: Acoustic Live, includes a tribute cover of "Hurt" by Nine Inch Nails. Lowery left Sevendust to join the post-grunge band Dark New Day. However, Lowery returned to Sevendust in the spring of 2008 and recorded 8th album titled Cold Day Memory. "I didn't want to come back and have people say, 'Oh, it's not as good as it was,' " Lowery said. "There was definitely a need to go up another notch, and I hope we did." In September 2012, it was announced that Sevendust would go to studio to record its ninth album for an early 2013 release. The band most recent studio album Blood & Stone, was released on October 23, 2020.
On December 11, 2004, after playing a Sevendust show in Columbus, Ohio, it was announced that Lowery had left the band mid-tour, because he wanted to play with his brother Corey Lowery in his new band Dark New Day, who had reportedly just signed with Warner Bros. records. Guitarist J3, formerly of Tommy Lee, was hired temporarily to fill in for the rest of the dates, and was eventually replaced by Sonny Mayo (from Snot and Amen). On June 14, 2005, the band released their first album, Twelve Year Silence through Warner Bros. Records. The first single from the effort, "Brother", was a surprise hit on active and alternative stations, although the follow-up, "Pieces", did not fare nearly as well. On September 5, 2006, Dark New Day released an EP through iTunes called Black Porch (Acoustic Sessions), which features new tracks "Breakdown" and "Storm" as well as acoustic versions of some of the songs from Twelve Year Silence. The only single that was released, was the acoustic version of "Follow The Sun Down". In September 2007, Lowery posted on Dark New Day's MySpace page saying that the band returned to the studio to record their next album with producer Dave Bendeth. On February 7, 2009, after months of no word on the album, he posted a blog entry stating the likely possibility that the second album will never be released. He did say that there was a chance of it getting released on iTunes but no word of when. However, on September 1, via Twitter he posted, "Cool, 2 new complete dnd records will be available on iTunes and other digital stores soon. Some real cool unreleased material. Stay tuned!." This was followed by another message by Lowery a day later stating "FYI- Dark new day "hail Mary" and "B-sides" albums should be available next week on iTunes etc. if all goes well. Was a long time coming." Dark New Day albums 'Hail Mary' and 'B-Sides' are now available on iTunes. Also, the band rerecorded some of the material and released "New Tradition" in 2012. Regarding the future of the band, Lowery stated that he didn't know what shape the band was in but that it was most likely on permanent hiatus.
In 2007, Lowery toured with Korn as their live guitarist for 8 months until he left in October 2007. Lowery made his debut with the band on March 1, 2007, when the band made its first appearance ever on NBC's "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno". Following his arrest due to damaging his hotel room, Lowery was forced to leave Korn one month earlier than anticipated. He was replaced by Shane Gibson. On March 26, 2008, he announced that he had rejoined Sevendust. In a blog stated on the band's MySpace, Will Hunt announced that he would be happy to have Lowery join Dark New Day for any shows in the near future during time off.
In September 2008, Lowery wrote and recorded a six-song EP while off the road with Sevendust for a week. He played every instrument on the CD, which was produced by Corey Lowery, at Exocet Studios, under name of "Hello Demons Meet Skeletons".
According to Lowery's personal website, Hello Demons Meet Skeletons was a phrase used to described what happened to a life when all the demons in someone's life came head to head with the skeletons one can accumulate in life. This project was created to unload the demons and skeletons in Lowery's life. A way to lyrically touch on subjects that needed to be touched on in order to move forward with his life and leave the past behind without completely forgetting it. He wanted to play everything himself and sing everything himself because it's a very personal project. He had time off between tours with Sevendust and thought he would take that time to get this out of his system. The EP Chills has 6 songs. His brother Corey Lowery produced, engineered and mixed it for him. It was released over iTunes on October 12, 2008. As of 2009, Lowrey's side project remained on hiatus.
However, in May 2010, he released a solo track titled "The Drive" to iTunes. Lowery also released another new solo song titled "Kicking Tree" to iTunes. On May 23, 2010, he released an old song titled "Bitter" to iTunes.
Lowery's new EP titled "Words That Sing Well", which was mixed at Architekt Music in Butler, NJ, was released on April 19, 2011, to iTunes and other digital outlets. In June 2011, he tweeted about working on a new EP which subsequently would be released as "Uncomfortable Silence", on August 22, 2011. He said this will be the last HDMS for a while.
On June 30, 2013, Lowery wrote on his website about entering studio to record 6 acoustic songs. On June 6, he said that this will be the last record under name of Hello Demons Meet Skeletons and he wants to end this musical project. The EP is recorded at Architekt Music studios in Butler, New Jersey. and ended up as the EP "Choices" released on October 22, 2013. Recently, he decided to bring back the project and announced it in an interview that he is currently working on new EP.
Lowery released debut single "Kings" off of his first full-length studio album God Bless the Renegades, on November 1, 2019. Back in June, he was in the studio working on his official first solo album under his name with producer Michael "Elvis" Baskette, which was released on January 31, 2020, under label Rise.
Grief & Distance, Lowery's most recent effort was released on June 12, 2020.
In 2012, Lowery and Morgan Rose launched a new project called Call Me No One. They started recording their debut album in the middle of January for a late spring release. The single "Biggest Fan" came out in April and later in June their debut album Last Parade was released. Last Parade was recorded and mixed at Architekt Music in Butler, NJ. The band announced a tour for the summer. and released Thunderbird as second single of Last Parade. Lowery was asked about future of the band, he stated "it's time to put CMNO on a small hold to do the new Sevendust record after a much needed break of course." However he later mentioned on his Instagram page that there will be no more Call Me No One and added that it was a one time deal.
In February 2017, it was announced that Lowery would be augmenting the band Seether as a touring guitarist during 2017, then helped out making the album Poison the Parish. Upon completing the tour in 2017, Lowery returned to Sevendust. His brother, Corey, has since taken over duties as Seether's touring lead guitarist.