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Album Review

In the late '90s and early 2000s, there were countless alternative metal bands that were similar to Sevendust in many respects — bands that could be bone crushing but also had a sense of melody; bands that thrived on dark, angst-ridden lyrics and were as angry as they were introspective. But most of them couldn't match Sevendust's excellence; even if they had the basics down, their writing wasn't as consistent. Plus, they didn't have anyone as exciting as lead singer Lajon Witherspoon (whose soulful, R&B-influenced vocals set Sevendust apart from most of the group's competitors in the alt-metal field). Released in 2003, the Atlanta residents' fourth album, Seasons, came six years after their 1997 debut — and creatively, they didn't lose any momentum on this forceful yet melodic CD. Surprisingly, Seasons was produced by singer/songwriter Butch Walker, who is known for his years with Marvelous 3 and is generally a lot more pop-minded than Witherspoon and his colleagues — not exactly the first person one would expect to produce a Sevendust disc. But in fact, Walker produced some demos for Sevendust before the band signed with TVT (back when the group was known as Crawlspace). And even though Walker doesn't have a long resumé when it comes to alt-metal, he works out well on Seasons. From the burning anger of "Enemy" (drummer Morgan Rose's blistering attack on former Coal Chamber singer B. Dez Fafara) to the dark introspection of "Suffocate," "Broken Down," "Separate," and "Skeleton Song," Seasons is far from a happy CD, but it's a compelling one — perhaps too dark for some listeners, but compelling nonetheless — and Sevendust continues to live up to its high standards throughout the band's fourth album.

Customer Reviews


sevendust really knows how to incorporate melody with rage(better than most bands). no throw away songs. and they have a distinct signature sound too. . might not sound great at first but they grow on you. worth the money. enemy and broken down are my two favorites

Definately one of the better bands out there these days.

Sevendust since their first album have torn through the roof of music. Lajons vocals have always been a favorite of mine. It's not the greatest voice, it's one of the greatest, but it's one that sticks out above all others. Every note that is sung, you're able to feel every emotion he utters out. Both hard and soft, usually at the same time in most of his songs, is what makes his great. Not many rockers have ever achieved that level. Lyrically the music is beautiful. I enjoy every album, every song these guys put out. Live again personally is my favorite song, only because it shows what Lajons voice is capable of. I wish these guys got more recognition from the industries, but I guess theyre too obsessed with Lady Gaga and Justin Gayber's computerized voices. We could use more bands like this nowadays, that are original, and that have a purpose to further the rock industry in a positive way.


Better than Home

Most SevenDust fans will tell you Home is the band's best album. And while it is truly a great album, it doesn't have near the creativity of this album. Yes it's still SevenDust at their usual formula but this album sees them really expanding with their melody from Home. And that makes this album more special than any other. To me, this is, and will always be their most unique and creative album. Yes Home is a heavier album but this album still packs enough of a punch to hold its own against Home. Buy this album and you won't regret it. 7 Dust for life.


Formed: 1995 in Atlanta, GA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

The Atlanta-based quintet Sevendust became one of the rising acts in late-'90s heavy metal with an aggressive blend of bottom-heavy riffs and soulful, accessible melodies. The band, comprised of frontman Lajon Witherspoon, John Connolly (guitar), Clint Lowery (guitar), Vince Hornsby (bass), and Morgan Rose (drums), first appeared in 1995 as Crawlspace, releasing the single "My Ruin" on the Mortal Kombat: More Kombat recording. Shortly thereafter, the group changed its name to Sevendust and released...
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