New Seasons is an album by Canadian alternative country band The Sadies, released in 2007 on Outside Music in Canada and Yep Roc in the United States. The album was a longlisted nominee for the 2008 Polaris Music Prize, and a shortlisted nominee for Roots & Traditional Album of the Year - Group at the 2008 Juno Awards.
Seasons is the fourth studio album by American heavy metal band Sevendust. It would be the band's final album with TVT Records and was dedicated to the memory of Reginald Witherspoon (Lajon Witherspoon's younger brother) and Dave Williams (Drowning Pool's original singer), the former was murdered in November 2002 and the latter died of cardiomyopathy in August 2002. Seasons was, for a time, the band's last album with Clint Lowery as he left in 2004. Lowery would return to Sevendust in March 2008.
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The second Five Seasons album By The Sea features Brazilian vocalist Marisol Costa from Sao Paolo who has contributed two beautiful songs in her mother-tongue. On the third album Walk Daniel welcomes vocalists Gushi from Argentina (known from the project Gushi & Raffunk) and Jane Maximova from Russia. Two more Five Seasons longplayers Air and Days In The Sun have followed in 2014 and 2016.
Seasons" was, for a time, the band's last album with Clint Lowery as he left after it was recorded. However, as of March 2008, he has returned to Sevendust. Morgan Rose had one draw back for Seasons about it being too Commerical because Sevendust lost Creative Control due to TVT Records thinking that Seasons should be suitable for Radio.
Seasons of Desolation by Enisum, released 22 April 2017 1. Autumn of Melancholy 2. Road to my Home 3. Seasons. of Desolation 5. Snow Storm 6. Balance of Insanity 7. Nameless Sadness 8. Obscure Depths 9. Dead Star 10. Lake of Tears Enisum bless their first album for Avantgarde Music with a spectacular and intense follow-up to the much-praised Arpitanian Lands album from 2015. Having spent most of the last two years playing live in Europe, the Italians' popularity has scaled up incredibly
Seasons‘ has little to no harsh or screamed vocals featured on it, which isn’t necessarily a bad thing. Being heavy or having a vocalist screaming doesn’t automatically mean that something is great or will be good. However, I believe that more frequent screamed sections would’ve worked better in this album’s favour. There are quite a few highlights on this album that do indeed shine bright, despite the lower points of ‘Seasons‘. For example, ‘Giving Up‘ and ‘sickminded‘ both feature some of the most heartfelt lyrics this band has ever written, the former touching on a place of painful stagnancy which many of us experience in our own lives.
|1||Touch The End||4:50|
|3||Take A Walk With Me||5:30|
|5||Sparkles In The Night||5:08|
|6||My Last Will||3:45|
|7||Climb The Wall||7:30|
|10||I Wanna Lose My Mind||8:20|