Chapter VII: Hope & Sorrow

Chapter VII: Hope & Sorrow is the seventh studio album from the Heavy metal band Sevendust, and the last to feature guitarist Sonny Mayo who was replaced by original guitarist Clint Lowery before the release of the album. It was released on April 1, 2008, through the band's own 7 Bros. Records, in conjunction with Warner Music Group's Independent Label Group.[6] The album features guest appearances by Chris Daughtry (Daughtry), Myles Kennedy (Alter Bridge, Slash), and Mark Tremonti (Alter Bridge, Tremonti, Creed).

Chapter VII: Hope & Sorrow
Studio album by
ReleasedApril 1, 2008
RecordedNovember, 2007 at Tree Sound Studios in Atlanta, Georgia
GenreAlternative metal
Length49:03
Label7 Bros./Asylum
ProducerJohn Connolly
Morgan Rose
Shawn Grove
Sevendust chronology
Retrospective 2
(2007)
Chapter VII: Hope & Sorrow
(2008)
Cold Day Memory
(2010)
Singles from Chapter VII: Hope & Sorrow
  1. "Prodigal Son"
    Released: February 26, 2008
  2. "The Past"
    Released: July 29, 2008
  3. "Inside"
    Released: 2009
Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
Allmusic[1]
Blabbermouth[2]
Bullz-Eye[3]
Live Metal[4]
TuneLab Music[5]

Track listing

No.TitleWriter(s)Length
1."Inside"Witherspoon/Rose/Connolly4:36
2."Enough"Sevendust4:34
3."Hope" (featuring Mark Tremonti)Sevendust4:42
4."Scapegoat"Witherspoon/Rose3:55
5."Fear"Sevendust5:06
6."The Past" (featuring Chris Daughtry)Witherspoon/Rose3:53
7."Prodigal Son"Witherspoon/Rose3:33
8."Lifeless"Sevendust4:34
9."Sorrow" (featuring Myles Kennedy)Witherspoon/Rose/Connolly4:49
10."Contradiction"Sevendust3:24
11."Walk Away"Witherspoon/Rose6:34
Total length:49:03

Personnel

Chart positions

Album

Year Chart Position Ref.
2008 The Billboard 200 19 [7]
2008 The Billboard Comprehensive Albums 20
2008 Top Hard Rock Albums 12 [8]
2008 Top Rock Albums 9 [9]
2008 Top Modern Rock/Alternative Albums 6 [10]
2008 Top Digital Albums 19 [11]

Singles

Year Song Chart Position
2008 "Prodigal Son" Mainstream Rock Tracks 19
"The Past" 27

References

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