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Brutal and Trashing is the way to go...

Before this album had been released, DevilDriver had already been rising to the top as one of my favorite bands, and this album confirms it. This album astounds me, it sounds awesome and is somehow even more brutal and thrashing the The Fury of Our Maker's Hand, which draws me in even further. This is an awesome album that deserves to be bought.

Its louder, but...

takes a step toward the mainstream of typical Ozzfest second stage bands. There are good songs on here, but none of them great and half the time fail to live up to their opening riffs. The guitar work from Fury is there but its drowned out in the mix. Dez's vocals have lost much of their disctinctiveness and are more of the bark and yell variety of a thousand other bands that are far less talented. Its good stuff for starting mosh pits but the intricacy is lost on most of the tracks. Nothing here as interesting as something like Pale Horse Apocalypse or as catchy as Impending Disaster and Hold Back The Day. Head On To Heartache and Horn of Betrayal stand out and Not All Who Wander is solid but the rest is average. All "sound and fury" as it were. I liked that Devildriver was different among newer metal bands but it seems they've caved a bit. I'm still a fan but I expected more.


good stuff!!!! if you like their older stuff then you'll definatly feel at home here but if you're new to DD, then check out the 1st track and then you'll want more fo sho. One of the top releases of the summer next to nile & behemoth


Formed: 2002 in Santa Barbara, CA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Following the dissolution of Marilyn Manson/Korn-aping, nu-metal also-rans Coal Chamber, vocalist Dez Fafara hooked up with guitarists Evans Pitts and Jeffrey Kendrick, bassist Jon Miller, and drummer John Boecklin to form DevilDriver -- a rather more extreme band dedicated to the subsequent hardcore-meets-death metal trends. Signed to Roadrunner like Fafara's previous group, DevilDriver released their eponymous debut to mixed reviews in 2003, and then its even less appreciated follow-up, The Fury...
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