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Staind Reveal Track Listing For New Self-Titled Album

Staind have revealed the track listing for their new self-titled album which will arrive in stores on September 13th through Atlantic. Here’s how the effort will run:

01 – “Not Again
02 – “Eyes Wide Open
03 – “Failing
04 – “Wannabe
05 – “Throw It All Away
06 – “Now
07 – “The Bottom
08 – “Take a Breath
09 – “Paper Wings
10 – “Something To Remind You

The group tracked the outing with producer Johnny K (Disturbed, Sevendust) on the outing with mixing handled by Chris Lord-Alge (Green Day, Underoath). “Not Again” will serve as the first single from the release and arrive at radio later this month.

In the meantime, band frontman/guitarist Aaron Lewis spoke on the outing, describing it as “the heaviest thing we have recorded in a long time. It’s definitely one of the heaviest collections of songs that we have put together.” Band guitarist Mike Mushok also chimed in with the following:

“It’s completely different than the last record. It’s more of a throwback to where we came from. I definitely think it’s fresh. It’s a modern-sounding version of a heavy Staind record. It’s pretty cool.”

Comments

  • im on a horse

    I’m cautiously optimistic.

  • Surly

    It’s been awhile…

  • MidnightMachete

    Don’t they say the same thing about every album they put out?

  • allichs

    nope, shut the fuck up

  • MidnightMachete

    Chill the fuck out bitch.

  • mongolianchopsquad

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A5SxyTrK2IQ
    Someone posted sample of 4 tracks on Youtube.
    01. Not Again 02. Eyes Wide Open 03. Failing 04. Wannabe
    I’m feelin’ a little iffy after hearing them, because it kinda sounds like they’re just repeating the same melodic stuff that’s been done to death on their previous albums, and just pretending to be heavy by adding some growling/screaming parts in-between.
    The good thing is though, that all 4 tracks sound quite different from one another(one having a heavy hard rock vibe, two having typical Staind/semi-Alice in Chains quality and one being rap-rock)and the whole album might be interesting and worthwhile to listen to.
    I’m pretty curious about how others might feel after listening to these samples.

  • Metalhead27

    Good, good.

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