DEVOLVED: Another Live Show Announced

Australian tech-metallers DEVOLVED will be performing live at Goodfellas in Rancho Cucamonga, CA on March 9. Also appearing on the bill will be OUR LAST HOPE and DROP 8.

As previously reported, DEVOLVED are scheduled to appear at The Knitting Factory Alterknit Lounge in Hollywood, California on Saturday February 4.

DEVOLVED recently announced the permanent addition of vocalist Kyle Zemanek to the group's ranks. Kyle is the former singer of Los Angeles-based metal band DEADSETT. Commented drummer John Sankey: "Kyle definitely has the aggression and intensity essential for DEVOLVED. He is a killer vocalist and a great all-around musician so it is an honor to have him as part of the band!"

DEVOLVED are now located permanently in Los Angeles and are busy rehearsing for upcoming shows and tours, as well as writing new material. DEVOLVED are also planning a limited-edition release of their "Automation 002" EP in Australia featuring rare songs, cover tracks and video footage.


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