2020 release. Respected standard bearers for 21st century metal, DevilDriver have spent almost the last two decades pursuing a course of uncompromising artistry and nonsense-free dedication to the road. Led by the prolific Dez Fafara, the Californian crew have earned their reputation as one of the hardest working bands on the planet, while issuing a steady succession of brutal but distinctive albums along the way. Impervious to transient trends, DevilDriver has weathered the storm over the years and their focus has remained laser-sharp, and never more so than on the monumental two-part album Dealing With Demons: a splurge of serrated-edge riffing, lyrical vitriol and pummeling ensemble chemistry.

2020 release. Respected standard bearers for 21st century metal, DevilDriver have spent almost the last two decades pursuing a course of uncompromising artistry and nonsense-free dedication to the road. Led by the prolific Dez Fafara, the Californian crew have earned their reputation as one of the hardest working bands on the planet, while issuing a steady succession of brutal but distinctive albums along the way. Impervious to transient trends, DevilDriver has weathered the storm over the years and their focus has remained laser-sharp, and never more so than on the monumental two-part album Dealing With Demons: a splurge of serrated-edge riffing, lyrical vitriol and pummeling ensemble chemistry.

840588135677

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Format: CD
Label: NAPALM
Rel. Date: 10/02/2020
UPC: 840588135677

Dealing With Demons I
Artist: DevilDriver
Format: CD
New: Available 14.98
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Available Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Keep Away from Me
2. Vengeance Is Clear
3. Nest of Vipers
4. Iona
5. Wishing
6. You Give Me a Reason to Drink (Feat. Simone Blade Fafara)
7. Witches
8. Dealing with Demons
9. The Damned Don't Cry
10. Scars Me Forever

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2020 release. Respected standard bearers for 21st century metal, DevilDriver have spent almost the last two decades pursuing a course of uncompromising artistry and nonsense-free dedication to the road. Led by the prolific Dez Fafara, the Californian crew have earned their reputation as one of the hardest working bands on the planet, while issuing a steady succession of brutal but distinctive albums along the way. Impervious to transient trends, DevilDriver has weathered the storm over the years and their focus has remained laser-sharp, and never more so than on the monumental two-part album Dealing With Demons: a splurge of serrated-edge riffing, lyrical vitriol and pummeling ensemble chemistry.