DevilDriver - Page 4
A new musical project has recently surfaced, which features tracks written by Lamb of God guitarist Mark Morton and DevilDriver vocalist Dez Fafara. The duo, along with monster drummer Kevin Talley, have adopted the name Born of the Storm and have put the songs 'Nowhere Fast' and 'Dust' online for free download.
Big news for the entire entertainment world - government voting on the Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) and the Protect IP Act (PIPA) have both been postponed and possibly dropped after an overwhelming amount of online protesting. Among the most vocal opponents of the bill were hard rock and metal musicians including Lamb of God's Randy Blythe, Trivium's Matt Heafy and Disturbed's David Draiman.
Dez Fafara Offers Details on Coal Chamber Reunion
DevilDriver axe-men Jeff Kendrick and Mike Spreitzer are well-known for their abilities onstage. The groove metal duo have been shredding along side each other since Spreitzer joined the band in 2004. After seven years of musical success together, Kendrick and Spreitzer turned their creative minds to capture success with a different idea - All Axess, a website where famous guitarists tutor their own fans on how to play their favorite songs.
Sweden took over New York City as frontwoman Angela Gossow and the rest of Arch Enemy brought the house down at the Best Buy Theater for the North American Khaos Tour.
DevilDriver guitarist Mike Spreitzer will be sitting out the band's tour of South America, as he suffered a seizure earlier this week while preparing for the kick-off of the six-date trek.