14 Songs, 50 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

The hard rockers embark on an emotional journey.

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics. Mastered for iTunes

EDITORS’ NOTES

The hard rockers embark on an emotional journey.

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics. Mastered for iTunes
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Ratings and Reviews

4.3 out of 5
603 Ratings
603 Ratings
Selfstagram ,

Eh

I’ve listened to shinedown ever since they became a band.. The first 3 albums were great. Ever since then they’ve kind gone downhill.. Although I didn’t like cut the cord album, not sure how I feel about this one till the rest come out

Gunsrusgunner ,

Change

So let’s say a milk company only makes skim milk, whole milk, 1% milk, and 2% milk. But another milk company is making that plus orange juice and chocolate milk. So the company that isn’t making those two items says I want to reach more customers, so they start producing those items. Some people are going to say it’s terrible and they should just stop, but people who decide to buy it find out that it’s actually pretty good to them. That’s Shinedown. I loved every album they have come out with. Don’t care it doesn’t sound like they used to, why? Because they are trying to reach more people and gain more fans. Music touches your soul and speaks for you when you can not find words to say. This new album will be amazing as well.

SHAWNanigans! ,

Shinedown is dead

Threat to Survival is one of the worst, most disappointing albums I've ever purchased. This band was once one of my all time favorites after their first two incredible, soulful albums. But they really lost me with that last effort. For a brief moment, I thought maybe this album would be a return to form, or something close to it, as "Devil" is an ok song. But "Human Radio" is absolutely abysmal, generic pop garbage and has confirmed my worst fears for this album. They refuse to listen to the fans and learn from mistakes and I am very sad to say that I don't think I'll be purchasing this or supporting them any further. The word "sellout" has never been more true in this case.

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