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Time Travelers & Bonfires

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Customer Reviews

Sevendust NEVER sounds outdated

Lajon and his band always gets my praise. I'm currently in the military and they're all I have man. For real. There music motivates me and "Under it All" is just a testimony to what I'm talking about. I took the time to write this to tell you guys to also help support this band please. No,pirating.,,help them out and buy this cd. They take time to make music for us, keep the music going guys

Great band, music and family musicians!!

This band has been putting out quality music for so long now! Dont let the acoustic fool you if your use to the hard electric albums. They sound just as good and put their effort into every thing they do. If you get a chance to see them perform the acoustic set live I would HIGHLY reccommend not passing on that show!!

Crazy to see how things are now

I remember hearing "black" for the first time in '99 and not knowing it was Sevendust until their Home album released. I was an instant fan and bought every album after that. When Sonny Mayo entered the band as Clint left, I was ecstatic because Seasons, as good as it was, tended to sound the same in some parts and had way to many slower songs than Animosity, Home, or their self-title. Next and Alpha got back to the true nature of Sevendust. Hope & Sorrow would've been better had I not know that Sonny was kicked out of the band. Sadly, everything since Clint came back has sounded the same and become tamer with each album. Sevendust thrived when they were all contributing and writing music together, but it feels like Clint has taken over and is doing most of the writing and work now and you can hear it compared to their works pre-Cold Day Memory. The variety of each person contributing music to the albums made each album incredible.
When I heard there was a new acoustic record, I sort of took some hope that it would be just like Southside, since I haven't purchased any Sevendust albums after Hope & Sorrow and I really loved the sound and effort of Southside. Unfortunately, with the exception of "Come Down," this is not the Sevendust I know and am waiting to see rift the waters of the proverbial soundstream like before. It's technically very sound and masterfully produced and did take a lot of talent to pull this off. Personally for me, and others of the same opinion, this just didn't do and I wish they would've left "Crucified,""Denial," and "Trust" off of this because they did them no justice where the original versions are so very fused with emtion and power, which is what made them great in the first place and while "Black" sounds great re-recorded, it's still not as good as Southsides version.
Just my opinion and an honest, respectful poor review. I miss the sounds of Next and Alpha and I wish they wouldn't have kicked Sonny out.

Biography

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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