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Kill the Flaw

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Sevendust 10/2/2015

Review

Returning to their heavy basics, Sevendust kicked out their 11th studio album Kill the Flaw largely in the studio -- a move that had the effect of reinvigorating the veteran nu-metal band. On the surface, it sounds a bit like a throwback to the days of Y2K -- dropped tunings on grinding guitars, fifth harmonies on overdriven power ballads -- but beneath that veneer, it's clear Sevendust are a different band, one that's a bit more mature. There's an ease to how they swing between open-ended, ethereal textures and gut-level riffs -- "Cease and Desist" is a microcosm of that skill -- that only comes with age and singer Lajon Witherspoon's voice is appealingly weathered, lending the music some gravity. All this means Kill the Flaw doesn't feel like a desperate scramble toward the Sevendust's roots; rather, it feels like a reconnection to what inspired the band in the first place. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine
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  1. # Track Artist Length
  2. 1 Thank You Sevendust 4:26
  3. 2 Death Dance Sevendust 3:38
  4. 3 Forget Sevendust 4:13
  5. 4 Letters Sevendust 3:48
  6. 5 Cease and Desist Sevendust 4:49
  7. 6 Not Today Sevendust 4:41
  8. 7 Chop Sevendust 4:6
  9. 8 Kill the Flaw Sevendust 3:51
  10. 9 Silly Beast Sevendust 4:40
  11. 10 Peace and Destruction Sevendust 4:15
  12. 11 Torched Sevendust 3:20
  13. 12 Slave the Prey Sevendust 3:44

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