Sevendust fans will always remember 2014 as the year their favorite band went acoustic.
Following April's unplugged Time Travelers & Bonfires, the group has been playing toned-down shows across the country, and they just announced the final leg of their tour.
The Atlanta rockers plan to get back to their rugged electric sound next year, so this could be the last chance to see them without losing your hearing.
Check out the sked:
11/04: Knoxville, TN @ The International
11/05: Winston-Salem, NC @ Ziggy's
11/07: Wilmington, NC @ Ziggy's By The Sea
11/08: Columbia, SC @ Music Farm
11/09: Lake Buena Vista, FL @ House of Blues
11/11: Fort Lauderdale, FL @ Culture Room
11/12: Jacksonville, FL @ Underbelly
11/13: St. Petersburg, FL @ The State Theatre
11/16: Cape Coral, FL @ Dixie Roadhouse
11/18: Mobile, AL @ Soul Kitchen
11/19: New Orleans, LA @ The Howlin Wolf
11/21: Shreveport, LA @ The Riverside Warehouse
11/22: Little Rock, AR @ The Revolution Music Room
11/23: Fayetteville, AR @ George's Majestic Lounge
11/25: Atlanta, GA @ Terminal West
11/26: Birmingham, AL @ Iron City
Lead singer Lajon Witherspoon spoke with 100 Percent Rock earlier this year about Time Travelers & Bonfires.
"It was so cool to be a part of figuring out how we're going to do these songs and to be honest with you the old songs to me sounded like new songs the way we put them together," he said. "Man it was so exciting to sit down in the room and look at each other and say, 'Okay man all right, let's try 'Karma.' We've never even played it live since the album so let's try this and it turned out great. Like a song like a 'Trust' turned out incredible. 'Denial.' Just sitting there looking at each other like, 'That's exactly the way we wanted sound," as we're playing it so you know it was kind of like a magical thing for us to go through too.'"
Once their winter tour concludes, the band will "spend the holidays with their families," and the return to the studio in early 2015 to record the electric follow-up to 2013's Black Out the Sun.