DevilDriver will return with a double album titled Dealing With Demons, the first volume of which, Dealing With Demons…
To commemorate the 20th anniversary of Wisconsin Death Trip, Static-X hit The Observatory in Santa Ana with DevilDriver, Dope, and Wednesday 13 for a sweaty, energetic night of new and old.
As part of their Wisconsin Death Trip Tour, a reformed Static-X with a new, masked lead singer, delivered a high-energy performance at Toronto’s Opera House and brought along with them DevilDriver, Dope and Wednesday 13.
Jinjer, one of the most talked about new metal bands on the scene, have just released a new video for “Ape”. Check it out here.
Day three of Bloodstock Open Air saw the like of At The Gates, Watain, Fozzy and headliners Nightwish sign off this year’s event in superb style. Check out the photos and review here.
Ahead of the release of their Outlaws ‘Til The End album, Devildriver frontman Dez Fafara talked to us about the album and his crusade against fake metal bands.
DevilDriver rope in some of their metal buddies to give some Outlaw Country classics a bit of a metal makeover. How’s the end result? Read our thoughts here…
The wait is over. DevilDriver have returned with a haunting version of Hank III’s “Country Heroes,” featuring none other than Hank III himself on vocals.
Kaosphere’s self-titled debut EP features some good riffs and grooves, but it won’t be winning any awards.
Devildriver have confirmed their collection of outlaw country-gone-metal anthems, Outlaws ‘Til The End, will finally see its day, set for release via Napalm Records on 6th July 2018.
Superjoint, currently on tour with DevilDriver and King Parrot, came through Tucson, AZ and stopped at the Rialto Theater on September, 25th.
From The Dead Daisies and Blood Youth through the likes of Devildriver, Alter Bridge, Steel Panther and Clutch to headliners Slayer and Aerosmith, Download Festival sign off in style with a third day of great music and great weather. Check out our review and photos here…
A quick check on the road with DevilDriver’s Mike Spreitzer, to see where the band is at these days, in support of their latest Napalm Records release, Trust No One.