Sevendust Songs Ranked

Sevendust is an American rock band from Atlanta, Georgia, 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 album on April 15, 1997, which sold only 310 copies in its first week but ultimately achieved gold certification through touring and support from their label, TVT Records. Since its formation, Sevendust has attained success with three consecutive RIAA gold-certified albums, a Grammy nomination, and has sold millions of records worldwide. The group has released a total of thirteen studio albums, including a reissue of their debut as Sevendust: Definitive Edition, which contains five new tracks and a DVD. Here are all of Sevendust’s songs ranked.

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15. Decay (Black Out the Sun, 2013)

“Decay” is another great power-rock work from Sevendust. This album was released in 2013, and it’s great to see after all these years that Sevendust hasn’t lost the essence that made them great.”

14. Shine (Animosity 2001)

“He has been held down by someone.. hasn’t been able to be himself for a while. He has just gotten this person to stop pushing him down that he finds it hard to be who he used to be. He’s trying to find his old self while recovering from the pain. His “free fall” is him going through the thousands of thoughts a second..trying to decide what to do next with his new freedom.”

13. Ugly (Next, 2005)

“This song remains one of my favorites since it was released. I don’t think I’ll ever get tired of it based on all of the memories that I relate to this song. I don’t think I can relate to the literal meaning, though.”

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12. Feed (Alpha, 2007)

“In my opinion I think this song is about someone who’s Father was never there for them. In the lyrics he’s basically saying that I have erased you from my thoughts and feelings and have filled them with better thoughts and feelings and saying the person should know the word pity because thats what his father is for quitting on him.”

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11. Bender (Home, 1999)

“Chino’s voice is so haunting and smooth in this song I love how Sevendust choose him for the part it’s a song where you just close your eyes, shut up and listen to the music. Diffidently a listen-to-while-driving-home song!”

10. Splinter (Cold Day Memory, 2010)

“Amazing Introduction, commanding chorus, excellent riffage. Absolutely amazing song. Listen to it if you have not already done so.”

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9. Bitch (Sevendust, 1997)

“This song is simply about a bitch of a woman, the lyrics are a lot about him hoping for karma to catch up with her for all the shit she’s done to him or to whoever. This shows the versatility of the band, going from a power ballad to thrash metal, and back again.”

8. Driven (Alpha, 2007)

“I love these guys, great music!

As for the meaning of this song, right before they played this song on the radio the band introduced it and said that it was about one of the band members fathers (I don’t know if it was Lajon) but its about how someone ratted on his father for doing something illegal and he is now in jail for that. So the song is about how the man who ratted now has to live with the guilt of essentially ruining part of a mans life.”

7. Face to Face (Seasons, 2003)

“Incredible melody in the chorus followed up with a kickass beat and amazing ambience from the guitars. Such a satisfying song.”

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6. Crucified (Animosity, 2001)

“I think that the the image of a crucifixion is just supposed to symbolize someone’s suffering caused by someone else who’s used them, not necessarily having any religious meaning to this instance.”

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5. Praise (Animosity, 2001)

“Great hard song! This song is another example of just how great Sevendust is…this song is from their earlier album but it sounds like it was just recently released…one of their greatest hits and a must for any true fan!”

4. Waffle (Home, 1999)

“Subtle, but phenomenal drums wired unique licks. Awesome pace, song best listened to on headphones blasted. Amazing lyrics. Pace showcases great instrumentalists and Lajon’s amazing voice. All around great song.”

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3. Black (Sevendust, 1997)

“Hard to go wrong with anything by Sevendust. These guys have been rocking hard since day one and still manage to be really cool guys outside of gigs too. Never understood why they weren’t headlining bigger shows, every 7D show I’ve been to was packed and EVERYONE was singing along”

2. Enemy (Seasons, 2003)

“Enemy describes the feelings, hoping that after all they have done after all the dust clears and your and their anger has dispersed, or you’re ready to forgive after they make a move. The enemy tells me, that when you finally come to and hit rock bottom (so when you fall to the ground, and finally get back to reality). When they come to they can hopefully realize the wrongs they have done, and see who they’ve pissed off.

1. Denial (Home, 1999)

“If you are a fan of rock or hard rock, then you will rally enjoy this song. Must have for any rock and necessary for any Sevendust fan. Great hard rock song! This is easily the best song on the soundtrack and I can listen to it for hours on end.”