Some bands just refuse to pack it in, even when it's painfully clear that their time has come and gone. Shit, Limp Bizkit and Staind are still putting out records a good six years after most people stopped caring about nu-metal. Atlanta's Sevendust also seems compelled to flog the dead musical horse with their fifth record, which clings desperately to the old formula, recycling the same old quiet-verse/loud-chorus blueprint. The band also derives more aggressive material from the likes of Pantera. Singer Lajon Witherspoon has a powerful voice but ultimately sounds like a total cheesebag. Neither he nor the album are very compelling.