Sevendust - 'All I See Is War' - Album Review
Sevendust - 'All I See Is War' - Album Review9
Sevendust - 'All I See Is War' - Album Review9
Sevendust - 'All I See Is War' - Album Review9
Sevendust - 'All I See Is War' - Album Review9
Sevendust - 'All I See Is War' - Album Review9
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Sevendust have a long list of accolades under their belt including a Grammy nomination and 3 Gold certificate albums from their 11 previous releases spanning from 1994, yet here they are back for more with the intention of raising awareness and tackling issues of around division on the street and on social media. It is clear that the band have a message they want to share and have used the 8 months for writing the album to produce a modern Hard Rock classic.

With heavy bass providing an underlying groove and a general heavy feeling with punchy riffs, the occasional shouting on the vocal to provide added feeling to the overall smooth sound. The album is full of huge sounding tracks that will sound even bigger live and will help them to continue their reputation of producing incredible live performances. The 12 tracks are full of feeling and passion, making All I See Is War a ‘must have’ in Hard Rock/Metal.

There are more than a few stand out tracks on this killer album, the album opener ‘Dirty’ sets the pace whilst ‘Cheers’ will batter and bruise you in the best way Sevendust know how. A brutal sounding backbone to the album and first class lyrical content ensure Sevendust deliver on all levels.

A gritty enslaving album All I See Is War is out now via Rise Records.

 

Ed Ford

 

Track Listing

  1. Dirty
  2. God Bites His Tongue
  3. Medicated
  4. Unforgiven
  5. Sickness
  6. Cheers
  7. Risen
  8. Moments
  9. Not Original
  10. Descend
  11. Life Deceives You
  12. The Truth

Online

https://sevendust.com/

https://www.facebook.com/sevendustofficial

 

 

 

 

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