Taste of Chaos (The Best of) (2006)
With their second release titled The Fury of Our Maker’s Hand, DevilDriver offer us a hard hitting album that up stages their last effort by far in every single way. DevilDriver is fronted by none other then ex-Coal Chamber vocalist Dez Fafara. Don’t let the Coal Chamber reference fool you though, DevilDriver is nothing like Coal Chamber. Vocally Dez has grown and now fits into a whole new style which is presented to you in this amazing 2005 release.
Hard-hitting and in-your-face, and, if that wasn’t enough, a double kick in the nuts with guest vocals from M.…
Us and Them, the latest album by Shinedown, has been pretty successful since its release. That could be for one of two reasons. It’s success is either because it’s a good CD, with solid songs and great lyrics – which it is – or that it sounds like somebody’s burned mix CD, featuring rock hits circa 2004/05 – which it does.
The 2005 Trustkill record’s release, Paradise, Found is the debut album of Hardcore/Rock ’n’ Roll band Fight Paris. The overall style and sound of Fight Paris is similar to that of Every Time I Die. The difference is Fight Paris is a little more Rock ‘n’ Roll, and therefore slightly less heavy.