Poll: What is Godsmack’s best album?


Godsmack has released seven studio albums since its inception in 1995, but which of them is the best? You have the power to decide in this week’s Loudwire Nights Album of the Week poll!

The rockers’ 1998 self-titled album is generally considered their debut album, but there’s a bit of history behind it. The disc was originally called all liquidated, and was released in 1997 through an independent label called EK Records. However, once Godsmack signed their major label deal with Universal and Republic, it was remastered and re-released the following year, and the title changed to the band’s name. Landing at number 22 on the Billboard 200, the album was a hit and earned the band a spot on Ozzfest.

After their eponymous effort, it was the 2000s Awake and 2003 Without a face, which was their first to go No. 1. IV released in 2005, the oracle five years later, 1000hp in 2014 and When legends rise in 2018. It’s been nearly four years since the band released an album, but frontman Sully Erna apparently moved to Florida last year in order to work on new material, so hopefully we’ll hear soon something new.

As usual, only studio albums count for the poll, so live records and EPs are not mentioned. Head below to vote for your favorite Godsmack album, and tune into Loudwire Nights next Monday at 7 p.m. ET to find out which record won.

During tonight’s show, you’ll find out which Guns N’ Roses album was voted best and hear three songs from the winner.

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