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Home wasn't a place Sevendust saw much of following the 1997 release of their self-titled debut. The Atlanta-bred quintet spent nearly two years on the road, eventually earning gold status for Sevendust. The result is a band that is tight, precise, and finely honed. The songs on Home, however, while boasting a heavy and headbanging coolness like the Deftones with a touch of Faith No More funkiness, tend toward the unremarkable and redundant. The lack of hooks aside, Home still sounds excellent, thanks to producer Toby Wright (Fishbone, Korn), who ably captured the band's ample instrumental and vocal talent. Still, most listeners would be hard-pressed to sing along--or describe the difference between--"Home," "Denial," and several of the other aggro, riff-based songs on Home. While vocalist Lajon Witherspoon is powerful and melodic and writes thoughtful, personal lyrics, a welcome diversion is the addition of Skunk Anansie singer Skin on "Licking Cream," her wailing wakes (and shakes!) up the song and the record. It may be where their hearts are, but Home won't make Sevendust household names. Katherine Turman
Despite dreadlocked singer Lajon Witherspoon and tuning down to the nether regions, Atlanta's Sevendust are anything but a rap-metal band. Read morePublished on July 25 2003 by "email@example.com"
This album proves a band get better as after they make the first album. The songs are much tighter and cleaner than the first album. I was blown away by the vocals... Read morePublished on April 17 2003 by Jimi Dracutt
contrary to what others have said, i believe this cd to be the best of Sevendust's three cd's. The production is crisper and clearer than their self-titled and the songs (most of... Read morePublished on Nov. 21 2002 by Zikony
Sadly, what we have hear is a classic case of a whole album riding on the success of one good song: "Waffle. Read morePublished on Nov. 11 2002 by "richlatta"
I don't think too much of this band. Its nothing racist let me say. But I've heard their material and I must say its just all the same. I like this album though. Read morePublished on Aug. 29 2002 by Timothy I. Sentz
First of all, I want to say that Sevendust is my favorite band, their unique sound and hard-hitting riffs make them so amazing. Read morePublished on June 29 2002 by "kwiksilver1566"
I actually won this CD from my friend's music 'zine fundraiser draw. (The booklet is signed by the band members. Read morePublished on April 18 2002 by dee
This is the first sevendust album I got. After hearing waffle on
the radio I had to get this. In the 7dust trilgy this is right
in the middle for favorites. Read more