DEVILDRIVER: Watch The Making Of New Video Online

DEVILDRIVER, the new band fronted by former COAL CHAMBER singer Dez Fafara, are offering their fans a chance to see the making of their new video, "Nothing's Wrong?", live via the Internet. Tune in to later today (June 27) to view the band's new video being developed before your very eyes. The clip will be shot in the group's rehearsal space in Santa Barbara, "so people can get a feel of what the band does on a daily basis," according to a posting on DEVILDRIVER's web site. Directing the clip will be a friend of the band, Joe Lynch.

DEVILDRIVER had previously shot a video for the song "I Could Care Less" with director P.R. Brown (JERRY CANTRELL, KILLSWITCH ENGAGE). Both cuts come off the group's self-titled debut album, out now on Roadrunner Records.


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