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|From: Doghouse Reilly
||Date: November 20, 2014 at 15:05|
|Gotta say, Animosity is not my favorite Sevendust release. After the out-of-the-park home runs of the first two albums, the band's third disc seems a little slow, a little lacking in hooks. The processed percussion and samples are more of a factor here, where before, they just provided accents to the songs, if they appeared at all. Stil, songs like "Praise," "Crucified," "Shine" and "Redefine" stand out from the pack. "T.O.A.B." is good as well, although not as cool as what those letters stand for ("tits on a boar"), and actually sounds more like a Disturbed song. "Xmas Day" is a decent slow number, the band's softest song yet, but I prefer the original Strait Up version of "Angel's Son," which is more stripped down and spare, no strings and fake beats. Lajon Witherspoon is the best thing about this band, but he seems to be oversinging a bit on songs like "Trust." A decent-enough CD, but not as good as either the first two albums, or the next one, Seasons.
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