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Denial (Sevendust song)

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Denial (Sevendust song)

Released July 1999
Format CD
Recorded 1999
Genre Alternative metal, nu metal
Length 4:17
Label TVT
Writer(s) Clint Lowery and Morgan Rose
Sevendust singles chronology

"Too Close to Hate"

Denial is the lead single of album Home by alternative metal band Sevendust. The song was written by Clint Lowery and Morgan Rose and it was released in July 1999. It was one of the songs featured in ATV Offroad Fury.

Chart position

The song peaked #14 on the Billboard Mainstream Rock chart and #26 on the Modern Rock chart.[1]

Music video

The band playing the song at the meddle of fans. The video directed by Paul Andresen and was released in September 1999.

Release history

Year Album Label Ref.
1999 CMJ New Music, Vol. 73 College Media [2]
1999 Crossing All Over, Vol. 10 BMG [3]
1999 Home Dream On [3]
1999 Home (Japan) Import [3]
2000 Free Air, Vol. 2 Never Records Group [3]
2000 MTV The Return of the Rock Roadrunner [3]
2000 MTV The Return of the Rock (Clean) Roadrunner [3]
2000 Rebirth of the Loud Priority [3]
2000 Rebirth of the Loud (Clean) Priority [3]
2001 Animosity (China, Bonus Tracks) Dream On [3]
2005 Best Of (Chapter One 1997–2004) TVT Records [3]
2005 Best Of (Chapter One 1997–2004) (Clean) TVT Records [3]
2006 Sons of Metal Time/Life Music [3]


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