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Sevendust [PA] [CD] [1 disc]


  • 1. Black
    2. Bitch
    3. Terminator
    4. Too Close to Hate
    5. Wired
    6. Prayer
    7. Face
    8. Speak
    9. Will It Bleed
    10. My Ruin
    11. Born to Die
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  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 5730

  • Credits
    ProducerChin Ho!; Justin Wygmans; Derek "Devough" Pearson; Johnny Ultrahigh; Wide Wail; Kim Boehm; Kron Quasitone; Minimus; Bag of Panties; Jay Jay French; Mark Mendoza; Sevendust; Toby Wright; Battershell
    EngineerDenny McNerney; Justin Wygmans; Johnny Ultrahigh; Kron Quasitone; Toby Wright

    Sevendust: Lajon (vocals); Clint Lowery, John Connolly (guitar, background vocals); Vince Hornsby (bass); Morgan Rose (drums, background vocals).
    Recorded at Triclops, Atlanta, Georgia.
    Personnel: Clint Lowery (vocals, guitar, background vocals); Saira Cronin, Jennifer Karson, John Connolly (vocals, guitar); Morgan Rose (vocals, drums, background vocals); Rachel Bischoff (vocals, drums); Kim Boehm, Jan Tofferi, Lajon, James Superstar Kochalka (vocals); Derek "Devough" Pearson (guitar, programming); Chris Lentz, Tom Graves, Benjamin Crandall, Josh "Screechen" Mechem, Tammy Lynn, Dave Morency, Noelle Duncan, David Kamm (guitar); Charlie Lauth, Brad Searles, Gary Williams, Tyson Minck, Jonathan Brodie, Dave Pettit, Jeff Lawson, Pascal (drums); Aaron Ingham (percussion); Hanna Head, Chris Gimino (background vocals).
    Audio Mixers: Mark Mendoza; Andy Wallace.
    Recording information: Longview Farms, Brookfield, MA (07/1996-08/1996); Triclops, Atlanta, GA (07/1996-08/1996).
    Photographers: Mark Weiss; Brian Shippee.
    Arranger: Sevendust.
    Mix a bunch of hardcore punk musicians from Atlanta, add an R&B singer and put them under the tutelage of a former member of Twisted Sister and you have Sevendust. Drawing on influences from Ministry, 24-7 Spyz and Pantera to Rage Against The Machine, they create some of the heaviest music heard since metal's mid-80s heyday. Crunching guitars and the passionate, screaming vocals of Lajon attack your senses while the rhythm section chugs along relentlessly.
    Starting with the flanged intro to "Black," this band grabs you in their clutches and doesn't let go, through the wah-wah sounds of "Terminator" to the last rhythmic push of "Born To Die." But don't think these guys are just out to inflict sonic whiplash on unsuspecting ears; there's a message to the madness. This multi-racial band seeks to bring peace to the world through metal. With the wide audience they've earned with their debut album, they just might succeed.

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