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|5. Xmas Day|
|6. Dead Set|
|10. Live Again|
|13. Angel's Son|
Those expecting a collection of full-on metal songs on the latest Sevendust album will get only half of what they want. While the band has always had a more melodic, less rap-metal approach than their peers, tracks on Animosity are far more accessible than typical nu metal. Some songs, with their contradictory mixes, do sound disjointed and confusing, but "Crucified," "Damaged," and "Dead Set" are just a few examples where it all fits together nicely.
Elsewhere, tracks fall into power-ballad waters, but thankfully they are not cheesy. "Xmas Day" and the midtempo "Follow"--featuring assists by Aaron Lewis of Staind--feature dark but emotional melodies that are carried beautifully by Lajon Witherspoon's soulful vocals. The album closes on a spiritual note with "Angel's Son," Sevendust's heartfelt tribute to late Snot singer Lynn Strait, which is fleshed out by a string section. --Gail Flug
This cd is Sevendust's best album by far. Tracks like Trust, Crucified, Follow, Live Again, and the slower Angel's Son are really good and there really aren't any songs I don't... Read morePublished on June 17 2004
This is sevendusts best cd so far. I like ever song on it and can listen to it with out getting tired of it. This is a good pick up if you are new to sevendust.Published on May 27 2004
This was the first Sevendust album I bought after a friend recommended it to me. Let me simply say, this is not at all like their older stuff, it is very much a new style for... Read morePublished on May 23 2004 by Fallen Paladin
Sevendust's talents reached their full potential on this album. This band has chemistry that flows together like no other band. Read morePublished on March 24 2004 by RJ Bates
It seems that since Sevendust did have time to just sit down and make music, their own music, music from their hearts, this came out as their best album. Read morePublished on March 19 2004 by Alex Stevenson
With their new album, Animosity, Sevendust had hit a critical and commercial peak. For the first time in the life of the band, they had time to write and create their songs at... Read morePublished on March 4 2004 by "blinger56"
This album is over 2 years old now and rarely does it leave my disc changer. I have not heard such a heavy album but yet one of the most melodic since AIC's Dirt. Read morePublished on Jan. 23 2004 by The King
Screeching fingernails on a chalkboard and babies crying would be more musical than this.Published on Jan. 15 2004
This album is more then just heavy riffs, screaming vocals and fast drums. To say they lost anything would be complete crap. This album covers sevendust's heavy and softer side. Read morePublished on Oct. 11 2003 by Keith E. Knauer