Dez Fafara was the guest on Full Metal Jackie's weekend show and he spoke about Coal Chamber's upcoming album, DevilDriver's lineup changes and more.
Former Chimaira drummer Austin D’Amond left the group back in September -- a day before frontman Mark Hunter announced the end of the group.
Both musicians committed 12 years of their life to DevilDriver, forming the band with Coal Chamber vocalist Dez Fafara in 2002.
DevilDriver frontman Dez Fafara reveals that he feels that the groping of female crowdsurfers or pit goers as being "tantamount to rape."
Check out our exclusive premiere of DevilDriver's brutal new lyric video for the song 'Gutted.'
Check out our review and gallery of Devildriver's recent show with Whitechapel and more at Studio 48 in New York City.
With over two decades of experience under his belt, Dez Fafara is one of the most notable and raw frontmen you can ever see live. We got the chance to catch up with the DevilDriver vocalist as he spoke about some of the younger bands that interest him as well as what first caught his attention when he began listening to music. He also gives some very informative advice to his younger self that maybe helpful to those newer bands out there.
In one of our closest Death Matches to date, DevilDriver managed to pick up a win against Arch Enemy featuring new vocalist Alissa White-Gluz. The victory was hard-fought, bringing DevilDriver just three wins away from Death Match Hall of Fame glory. However, they've got a powerhouse act ready to take them on this week.