Staind Shows Us That Songs Can Sound Better – Raven

Staind’s “Lowest in Me” is a powerful rock ballad about depression and inner turmoil. With haunting vocals from Aaron Lewis, raw guitar riffs, and pounding drums, this re-release track pulls no punches in confronting mental anguish head-on. Released in 2001 as part of their breakthrough album “Break the Cycle,” “Lowest in Me” helped establish Staind as one of the preeminent hard rock acts of the early 2000s.

Formed in 1995, Staind started out as a nu metal band but soon forged their own unique post-grunge sound. Led by lead singer Aaron Lewis, the band found mainstream success with hits like “It’s Been Awhile” and “Outside” which blended heavy riffs with melodic hooks and introspective lyrics. Over the course of 7 studio albums, Staind continued to evolve their sound while maintaining the same emotional intensity that resonated with millions of fans worldwide. Although the band is currently on hiatus, “Lowest in Me” serves as a powerful reminder of Staind at their hard-hitting best.