April 27th, 2015
There comes a point in every band’s career where they release a back-to-their-roots album. This often comes after several stale, monotonous albums that bands create out of contractual obligation or sheer habit *cough* Electric Six *cough* Reel Big Fish *cough* *cough*. Sorry, sore throat. The return to the origins albums are always a breath of fresh air, for both the artist and the listener. Take a look at Staind‘s self-titled album or Korn‘s ‘Remember Who You Are’, which were acclaimed by fans and critics alike. Well, most of them anyway.