Poll: What is Shinedown’s best album?

Shinedown’s next new album Planet Zero was supposed to be released on Earth Day this year, but it was unfortunately delayed until early July. They still have six more records under their belt, so we want to know which is your favorite in this week’s Loudwire Nights Album of the Week poll.

You will have until Friday at 12 N ET to vote. We will then play the three songs from the album with the most votes during the Loudwire Nights Album of the Week block to start the show the following Monday!

Formed in Jacksonville, Florida in 2001, Shinedown was destined to become one of the most prominent and successful rock bands of the century. Their debut in 2003 leave a whisper spawned the singles “Fly From the Inside” and “45”, and they toured extensively in support of it for the next two years. Its sequel, 2005 us and them, was a bit more popular in terms of mainstream release, but 2008 The sound of madness is their biggest release to date – the track “Second Chance” is their best-known single.

The rockers have released three more albums since then – Amaryllis, threat to survival and Warning warning – and are about a month and a half away from the fall Planet Zero. The record was originally slated for release in April, as previously reported, but the band made the decision to delay its release to July 1 due to vinyl production issues.

Until then, you have a solid selection of albums to choose from. Head below to vote for your favorite Shinedown album and tune in Wired Nights next Monday at 7 p.m. ET to find out which record prevailed. During tonight’s show, you’ll find out which Def Leppard album was voted best and hear three songs from the winner.

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