THE DEVASTATED: Previously Unreleased Song Available For Streaming
Since the release of the band's debut album, "Devil's Messenger", earlier this year, Riverside, California's THE DEVASTATED has stayed busy on the road playing dates with FEAR FACTORY, SHADOWS FALL, THE BROWNING and more. Now, the group has teamed up with StuffYouWillHate.com to premiere a previously unreelased song, "Grate Minds", recorded during the "Devil's Messenger" sessions. Check it out using the SoundCloud player below.
In other news, THE DEVASTATED has announced the addition of bassist David Sittig (IMPENDING DOOM) to the group's ranks. The band states, "David has been a close friend of ours for many years and we are proud to have him aboard."
Sittig will make his live debut with THE DEVASTATED during the band's holiday mini-tour December 27-30 with POLARIZATION and WRATH OF VESUVIUS.
"Devil's Messenger" featured a guest appearance by SUICIDE SILENCE frontman Mitch Lucker in the song "Spit Vitriol".
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