The Alternative-Metal Death-Metal quintet DevilDriver came to life in 2002 in Santa Barbara, California USA, fronted by the charismatic vocalist Dez Fafara; a veteran of the NuMetal movement, Fafara has been toiling in the trenches of the music industry since 1994 with his previous band Cold Chamber. Originally signed to Roadrunner Records, the group also featured guitarists Jeffrey Kendrick and Evans Pitts, bassist Jon Miller and drummer John Boecklin. In 2006 DevilDriver released "The Last Kind Words" and continued breaking the mold in the studio and on stage; for instance their appearance at Download 2007 arguably generated the biggest circle pit in history. The band's third album ended up peaking at the #48 spot on The Billboard Top 200 chart.
The Alternative-Metal Death-Metal quintet DevilDriver came to life in 2002 in Santa Barbara, California USA, fronted by the charismatic vocalist Dez Fafara; a veteran of the NuMetal movement, Fafara has been toiling in the trenches of the music industry since 1994 with his previous band Cold Chamber. Originally signed to Roadrunner Records, the group also featured guitarists Jeffrey Kendrick and Evans Pitts, bassist Jon Miller and drummer John Boecklin. In 2006 DevilDriver released "The Last Kind Words" and continued breaking the mold in the studio and on stage; for instance their appearance at Download 2007 arguably generated the biggest circle pit in history. The band's third album ended up peaking at the #48 spot on The Billboard Top 200 chart.
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Label: EOLD
Rel. Date: 09/28/2018
UPC: 4050538372458

Last Kind Words
Artist: DevilDriver
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The Alternative-Metal Death-Metal quintet DevilDriver came to life in 2002 in Santa Barbara, California USA, fronted by the charismatic vocalist Dez Fafara; a veteran of the NuMetal movement, Fafara has been toiling in the trenches of the music industry since 1994 with his previous band Cold Chamber. Originally signed to Roadrunner Records, the group also featured guitarists Jeffrey Kendrick and Evans Pitts, bassist Jon Miller and drummer John Boecklin. In 2006 DevilDriver released "The Last Kind Words" and continued breaking the mold in the studio and on stage; for instance their appearance at Download 2007 arguably generated the biggest circle pit in history. The band's third album ended up peaking at the #48 spot on The Billboard Top 200 chart.