SUB. REVIEW: SEVENDUST’S “BLACK OUT THE SUN”

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From start to finish, Sevendust’s first album in nearly three years gives fans exactly what they want- classic riffs, pounding rhythms, and “Southern rock brutality”. Vocalist, Laigon Witherspoon describes the album as a mix between Animosity and Home, featuring darker vibes, with industrial and even reggae moments. Highlights of the thirteen tracks include the powerful introductory riff on “Faithless”, the headbang-worthy “Till Death” and the album closer, “Murder Bar” – inspired by the New Jersey murders that took place at the bar across from the hotel they stayed at while recording. The self-produced and recorded metal gem concludes more powerfully than it starts, but features some of the most forceful and intense songs the band has written to date.

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Black Out the Sun

Review by Caroline Jensen