When Legends Rise - Godsmack

When Legends Rise


  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 2018-04-27
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 11

  • ℗ 2018 Godsmack under exclusive license to BMG Rights Management (US) LLC


Title Artist Time
When Legends Rise Godsmack 2:52 USD 1.29
Bulletproof Godsmack 2:57 USD 1.29
Unforgettable Godsmack 3:28 USD 1.29
Every Part of Me Godsmack 3:20 USD 1.29
Take It To the Edge Godsmack 3:15 USD 1.29
Under Your Scars Godsmack 3:51 USD 1.29
Someday Godsmack 4:44 USD 1.29
Just One Time Godsmack 3:09 USD 1.29
Say My Name Godsmack 3:38 USD 1.29
Let it Out Godsmack 3:41 USD 1.29
Eye of the Storm Godsmack 3:21 USD 1.29


  • Just perfect.

    By IronKrozZ
    How do you do it?
  • One hell of a comeback

    By Thatonerangersfan
    For me, this band had really fallen off and become somewhat derivative of its former self. I thought they were done. But boy, have I ever been so happy to be wrong. This band just took it to the next level. You’d be hard pressed to find a bad song on this album. An absolute masterpiece.
  • 20 years of epic music

    By DarkbladeDemon
    Godsmack will always be in my top ranks of rock music. They have only gotten better and better with these past 20 years.
  • “Driving my fist deep down inside it”

    By Dusty760
    What are these songs???
  • Excellent

    By yorkieowner2
    Love the diversity of this album. Still sounds like Godsmack but different & not as angry sounding as first few albums. Love all their music. Not one bad song on this album. Even love the song Under Your Scars, which sounds a little like a love ballad.
  • Congratulations!

    By Mr Inertia
    You now sound like every other rock band out there. Let’s be honest, though- they’ve always been a “bro rock” band; not anything too stellar, but enjoyable & for what it was worth, unique in their altogether sound. Not no mo! I'm not sure why this is a trend, but it seems that any band out there with a unique sound is striving to be like everyone else, which is over produced auto-tuned drivel. Godsmack is just the latest in a string of rock bands that have merged into something indistinguishable from every teenage pop-metal group. Because why- it'll sell more records? Not to me. I have to imagine that I'm not the only one, either. So congratulations! I'll probably be too busy to make the Justin Beiber/Godsmack tour this summer.
  • Godsmack still rocks

    By Now a Rush Fan
    I just saw them a couple of weeks ago in Chicago. I wasn’t to sure about the new stuff but after hearing them play it live. I came home listened to the songs again and I really do like the new album. Every part of me and Bulletproof top my list...
  • They still got it

    By Gem for
    Not sure why people are saying they sold out.
  • Godsmack is back!

    By Drivingguru
    Probably one of their better albums since their earlier stuff. It’s different from their usual sound but phenomenal. Love it!
  • Probably their best artistic endeavor

    By Sweetwilli
    Solid album. I know they haven't gone anywhere, but this album pulled me back in, so I consider it a comeback. All the songs are short, the longest track is just 4:45 and the opening title track is just 2:53. This brevity takes us right to the core feeling of the song without any wasted space. With sound structure and melodic choruses, this album is well written with a nice balance between hard rock in the tradition of Godsmack but more welcoming to listeners from other genres. Some songs like "Every Part of Me" are reminiscent of radio friendly 2000s bands. "Someday" sounds like 2000s era Metallica. "Under Your Scars" is the softer ballad on this album. Key hard tracks: "When Legends Rise", "Bulletproof", and "Let it out" are melodic, fun, and loud! My favorite track is the adventurous and grand song "Take it to the Edge." The album is not as rough and fast as the last few, which is maybe why I drifted from this band for a while, but it's still hard and loud. These guys are now in their 50s, and still sounding just as young. This album may alienate some old hardcore fans, but I think it brings in new mature listeners and secures Godsmack as legends.

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