For the Mississippi quintet, Bringing Down the Giant looks to continue the success of the band's 2008 self-titled debut, which went gold thanks to the radio hits "Addicted" and "18 Days." Saving Abel's sophomore offering, 2010's Miss America, was a less-compelling collection of generic hard rock, and the record failed to match the sales of Saving Abel, although it did peak higher on the Billboard album chart. Now that they've moved to the indie eOne, Saving Abel are no longer part of a major label, and I wouldn't be surprised if they have a chip on their shoulder about that. I wonder if the title Bringing Down the Giant might have some bearing on that label switch.
Photo courtesy eOne.