|Top 10 (Other) Sevendust Songs|
Here it is, yet another list for one of my rrfavourite bands: Sevendust. Enjoy.
Definitely shamed me to not have this song on my last list. This song is
fantastic and it
features one of the greatest guitar solos that I've ever heard (kudos to Mark
Very nice piano intro as well, with a little bit of eerie background noise,
Lajon into the track and he puts on one of his finest performances. The chorus
powerful, lengthy and outstanding in every way. Top notch stuff.
My favourite B-side track from these guys, it comes off of the Freddy vs. Jason
soundtrack. Here's a music video that I made with the song:
Another beautiful example on why Animosity is my favourite album from these guys.
Seasons had a lot of filler, and it remains to be my least favourite Sevendust
whenever a good song showed up... mostly they all turned to amazingly well. This
has a very strong pace to it, there's a steady beat held throughout and it
up a bit when the final chorus debuts. Solid track, should have been a single.
Amazing drumming. Cold Day Memory may not be a masterpiece, but it had it's
moments and it is (IMO) the band's best instrumental performance (it holds your
interest even with some of it's weaker tracks throughout). A strong album, but a
fantastic track that I somewhat underrated when I first listened to it.
One of the angriest, most intense, hate-ridden tracks that I've ever heard...
yet it never
fails to put one of the biggest smiles on my face whenever it closes the awesome
album (of the same name). "Alpha" rules hard on all imaginable fronts, and the
helps remind you that the album's over with Morgan screaming: "NOW GO ****
This was dedicated to Johnny Cash, which in turn was a cover of the Nine Inch
song (only better). Sometimes Lowery's vocals stumble a bit, but it picks up
incredible chorus thanks to Morgan on drumming. Really great live performance
|8||Born To Die|
A favourite, off of their self-titled, of mine. They chose it to close the album
and it was
quite the choice, Lajon delivers a very rough and intense vocal delivery
Clint helps make the chorus one of the shining moments on this entire,
Nothing too off-the-charts about this track, just that it's really confident and
grabs my interest. "Under" comes off of Alpha, which is a great Sevendust album
appeals more to their earlier roots while channelling just a bit of Animosity
with Lajon's vocals).
|10||The End Is Coming|
One of the more underrated tracks from the band's most underrated album. This
also brings to mind Call Me No One's album Last Parade that features two
members. A very cool track with a fantastic break before it's final chorus.