DevilDriver are just one victory away from entering our Death Match Hall of Fame. The band defeated Darkest Hour in our latest Death Match and now move on to a final round, with a cover song no less! Just one opponent stands in DevilDriver's way, and the band is a modern-day powerhouse.
DevilDriver just picked up their second consecutive Death Match win with their cover of AWOLNATION's 'Sail.' The band stomped out Demon Hunter in our previous Death Match, but we've got stiff competition and nearly 20 years of experience coming their way.
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.
Well done, Arch Enemy! The metal veterans, along with new vocalist Alissa White-Gluz, defeated Gojira in last week's Death Match. Celebration is deserved, but the band's new track 'War Eternal' has heavy competition to face this week.
Whitechapel's latest album 'Our Endless War' will be unleashed April 29, and the band is giving fans a behind the scenes look at the recording process. They shot a series of in-studio videos, and you can watch the first one above.
Those who've dug into DevilDriver's 'Winter Kills' album since it was released in August 2013 may have caught a striking cover song on the disc. The group took on the AWOLNATION hit 'Sail,' adding their own intense stamp on the track, and Loudwire is proud to exclusively bring you the lyric video for the song in the clip above.
DevilDriver's Dez Fafara is known for being one of the most intense singers and performers in metal music today. The band's following continues to grow with six studio albums under their belts, including their latest release ‘Winter Kills,’ which is their first album via Napalm Records.
Over Friday (Sept. 27), New York City metal fans packed the Best Buy Theater for high energy sets by Trivium and DevilDriver, both of whom are currently trekking around in promotion of their new albums.
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