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Sevendust is an American / band from Atlanta, Georgia. The band was formed in 1994 by bassist Vince Hornsby, drummer Morgan Rose and guitarist John Connolly. After their first demo, lead vocalist Lajon Witherspoon and guitarist Clint Lowery joined the group. Following a few name changes, the members settled on the name Sevendust and released their self-titled debut, Sevendust, on April 15, 1997.

The self-titled debut sold 311 copies its first week. However, through touring, and TVT… read more

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  • Avatar for kayto1996
    hmm......back in the seventies we were selective based on artists being original,and that made sense at the time,but now you cannot afford to do that when your top bands only play festivals where you miles away and having to watch a screen for a couple of hundred pounds,today there are bands out there who are not as original but have a good time,and give value for money....does it matter that they sound similar to other bands who came first.....probably its a good thing to have a lot of artists in a library as you show support to struggling bands who become experience of this was iron maiden.....without people like me attending there early gigs....they would not be.being selective is o.k. but makes you a bit of a purist.where as the person who listens to a lot of bands really supports the industry and helps provide the diversity in music.No one is wrong...just have different prospective's and needs from there music.Discussion is always healthy tho'
  • Avatar for ZachargyG
    Everything else aside, at least we've both stumbled on that Pushmonkey album, that's some good stuff. I did at one point like a lot of the bands you scrobble a lot (e.g. Third Eye Blind, Lit, etc.) about 5 years ago before I started using Last FM.
  • Avatar for Zach216
    Everlast gets tagged as hip-hop... you know, Skindred do the "reggae metal" thing. I think I've made my point... like even though it may not be a lot of artists. I pick the ONE artist (music like FAITH NO MORE) where that ONE band does A TON of crazy shit if you have the ability to actually listen to entire records. I saw a comment of yours on how you don't... listening to full albums makes you a better listener. Trust me on that one. My response was rude & I was half-kidding but Sevendust records like "Animosity" (those first 4 are very special & unique) & my other 2 personal favorites "Hope & Sorrow" (crazy adventurous record beginning to end) & "Black Out the Sun" are tremendous albums. Projected... literally has what the group is in the name that's a PROJECT. Your comment felt offensive. Kind of like you were undermining a band that's worked their BALLS off for nearly 20yrs to stay a float & that's made TEN records. I got into them at 8 & I'm 26 now. Just hit a sore spot. Were good
  • Avatar for Zach216
    My choices are METICULOUSLY chosen after EXTENSIVE research. It's been such a methodical, diligent & careful way of doing this. Basically what I do is I look at every little subgenre of pop, rock & metal... you forgot to include POP but whatever you don't know anything about these styles, do you? I break down each little sub-genre within those & pick my favorite artist who I think has the best sound & overall strongest CATALOG. Listening to ENTIRE records (which I can clearly tell you don't...) I'm just very, very good at knowing what I like. There is so much music out today that doesn't compare to what major-label bands were doing 15-20+ years ago. There was an abundance of talent to be discovered if you go back & actually listen. Musically the stuff I have on there ranges from singer-songwriters who write acoustic stuff. To really high-end & densely orchestrated pop music... & then finally yes the alternative rock & VARIOUS BRANDS (and subgenres) of metal music. Nice try though! lol
  • Avatar for Zach216
    We're cool. I just don't understand why one would want THOUSANDS of artists in their library. Kind of makes it look like you're just into whatever... I could draw you a "band tree" beginning with the music I was rooted & grew up on as a kid... up until now. I'm someone who would kind of make a great A&R guy for a label (when those existed back in the day...) being picky is an absolute luxury & I try to add a really diverse array of artists. Alana Davis, Duncan Sheik, Paula Cole, Eagle-Eye Cherry would be considered SINGER-SONGWRITERS... XTC = Nu wave... Trouble = Doom Metal, Testament = Thrash Metal... Prong = Industrial/Crossover... Sade = Soul... Peter Gabriel = progressive rock Mastodon = progressive metal Vision of Disorder = Hardcore... The Mighty Mighty Bosstones & The Urge = ska... Soilwork & Disarmonia Mundi are melodic death metal. Don't try to minimize my selections or genres. You sound very foolish doing that...
  • Avatar for ZachargyG
    I'm not going to argue with you, it's clear you enjoy arguing. I'm set on my opinion and you're set on yours. I have more artists because I listen to more genres than just 90's alternative and nu metal. You listen to plenty of good stuff and so do I. Who cares, have a beer and chill out.
  • Avatar for Zach216
    @ZacharyG Please, your comeback is on me being "too selective"? I'm selective about who I WANT on my charts...not who I'm aware of. So this insinuation you're making is retarded...I know who Projected is... I know Clint's Hello Demons Meet Skeletons stuff... Dark New Day, Call Me No One... Still Rain (Clint Lowery's band before Sevendust with his brother) & even John Connolly's band Piece Dogs (with Kyle Sanders from Bloodsimple/Hellyeah) in which John played the DRUMS. I'm quite educated on music just intelligent enough to know WHICH artists to INVEST my time & energy into. What me having twice the amount of plays as you with a FRACTION of the artists really says is that I'm MORE INTO the artists I support. You're the guy with thousands of crappy mp3's on your computer... who I'm sure stole it all & clearly isn't particularly passionate about ANYTHING. There's a lot of CRAP out there... an intelligent listener figures out how to sift through & get past most of it. Clearly you cannot.
  • Avatar for Zach216
    If anything that many plays & that few artists just shows how well-versed I am in each... all it really says is that I've done the research & pay attention a lot closer than someone like you. LOL. What do you have ADD (based on your 2,000+ scrobbled artists... I just WEED OUT music I consider lousy, but I could easily name or identify as many artists as you have in your library)
  • Avatar for ZachargyG
    Coming from the narrow minded music listener with almost 200,000 listens with only 300 artists I wont' put any stock into what you say. Everyone's entitled to their opinion, and I've actually listened to enough *different* music to be able to make such comparisons. For the record Projected is a Sevendust side project (which you probably don't know because you listen to only a few bands) so it's not a diss to Sevendust at all, just saying it's a superior side project.
  • Avatar for Zach216
    ZachargyG: You are probably the ONLY person on the goddamn planet who is delusional enough to feel that/think that way. Are you on heroin?

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