On July 16, MidwestMusicScene.net conducted an interview with DEVICE and EVANESCENCE drummer Will Hunt at the Oklahoma City stop of this year's Gigantour. You can now watch the chat below.
DEVICE released its self-titled debut album on April 9. It debuted at No. 11 on the Billboard album chart, selling 35,000 copies in its first week of release.
DISTURBED frontman David Draiman launched DEVICE last year with ex-FILTER guitarist Geno Lenardo, after DISTURBED went on hiatus in late 2011.
Lenardo is not touring with DEVICE due to previous commitments. The live band, which made its debut on April 10 in Mobile, Alabama, includes DOPE guitarist Virus and Will Hunt.
In addition to DEVICE, this year's Gigantour lineup features headliners MEGADETH alongside BLACK LABEL SOCIETY, HELLYEAH, NEWSTED, and DEATH DIVISION. The trek kicked off on July 3 in Gilford, New Hampshire, and is scheduled to wrap on August 11 in Toronto, Canada.
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