Staind released their 7th album this week and the self-titled album is a return to a heavier, more aggressive, more violent sound. Everything I’ve heard so far has been fantastic and this is coming from a guy who wasn’t too into the past few albums, though I did blast the hell out of Dysfunction when I bought it. To show the fans (and the general Internet population) just how much goes into recording an album and how stressful it can be, the band has released a one hour documentary that details not only the creative difficulties the band was having but also the personal issues they had with one another.It’s a fascinating video and I highly recommend checking it out after the jump.
Also after the jump is a UStream video that will show Staind live at the Best Buy Theater in New York City tonight at 9pm EST. The show is a benefit concert with all revenue going to the families of 9/11 victims. If you are in the New York area and want to go, you can still snag tickets here.
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