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Feeding The Wolves by 10 Years

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Label: Universal
Feeding the Wolves, 10 Years' fifth full-length since 2001, is the band's most consistent and fully developed album to date. This shouldn't come as any surprise considering top-shelf producer Howard Benson has been one of the key behind-the-scenes architects of post-grunge and alternative metal. Benson helps 10 Years balance its twin loves: punishing, Tool-inspired epics ("Dead in the Water," "The Wicked Ones") and brooding balladry ("One More Day"). This expanded edition contains four bonus cuts, including acoustic renditions of "Fix Me" and the opener "Shoot It Out."

About This Album

Feeding the Wolves, 10 Years' fifth full-length since 2001, is the band's most consistent and fully developed album to date. This shouldn't come as any surprise considering top-shelf producer Howard Benson has been one of the key behind-the-scenes architects of post-grunge and alternative metal. Benson helps 10 Years balance its twin loves: punishing, Tool-inspired epics ("Dead in the Water," "The Wicked Ones") and brooding balladry ("One More Day"). This expanded edition contains four bonus cuts, including acoustic renditions of "Fix Me" and the opener "Shoot It Out."

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About This Album

Feeding the Wolves, 10 Years' fifth full-length since 2001, is the band's most consistent and fully developed album to date. This shouldn't come as any surprise considering top-shelf producer Howard Benson has been one of the key behind-the-scenes architects of post-grunge and alternative metal. Benson helps 10 Years balance its twin loves: punishing, Tool-inspired epics ("Dead in the Water," "The Wicked Ones") and brooding balladry ("One More Day"). This expanded edition contains four bonus cuts, including acoustic renditions of "Fix Me" and the opener "Shoot It Out."