You don?t have to change everything. However, realigning can be the healthiest remedy after nearly two decades in the music business. Going into their eleventh full-length album, Kill The Flaw, Sevendust changed a lot around them regarding the infrastructure of their organization, but they didn?t alter what matters the most?the music. Following their first significant break (two months) since forming, the Atlanta group?Lajon Witherspoon [lead vocals], Clint lowery [lead guitar, backing vocals], John Connolly [rhythm guitar, backing vocals], Vince Hornsby [bass], and Morgan Rose [drums]?entered their new creative hub, Architekt Studios in Butler, New Jersey, completely inspired and invigorated. The first single and album opener ?Thank You? upholds the pillars of their signature style with a buoyant guitar groove, bombastic drums, and soulfully striking refrain. ?There?s always someone trying to keep you down,? sighs Lajon. ?At the end of the day, that negativity makes you stronger. You?re still going. It says, ?Thank you for putting me down. Thank you for making me work harder. Thank you for hating!?? Thankfully, they?re still Sevendust through and through, and that?s what forged one of hard rock?s most diehard audiences. 2014?s acoustic offering Time Traveler?s & Bonfires saw an overwhelming response from that community. Just a year prior, Black Out The Sun entered Billboard?s Top Hard Music Albums chart at #1 and landed at #18 on the Top 200. They kicked off their illustrious career with an untouchable string of three gold albums, beginning with their self-titled 1997 debut and continuing with Home in 1999 and Animosity in 2001. Along the way, they?ve sold out shows everywhere and given unforgettable performances at the likes of Rock On The Range, Woodstock, OZZfest, and Shiprocked! to name a few.