Seven Enemies

Album: The Concrete Confessional (2016)

Songfacts®:

  • This punishing headbanger finds Jamey Jasta screaming lyrics that play on the seven deadly sins. Boiling with rage, he criticises those whose hedonistic lifestyle causes grief for those around them. "A lot of people gravitate towards their vices and sins and it dooms them," said Jasta. "They lead to destructive lifestyle patterns, and then that starts affecting the people around them."

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