DEDVOLT Featuring SKINLAB's STEEV ESQUIVEL: 'Carving The Waters' Lyric Video

DEDVOLT Featuring SKINLAB's STEEV ESQUIVEL: 'Carving The Waters' Lyric Video

DEDVOLT, the Sacramento, California-based rock/metal band featuring SKINLAB frontman Steev Esquivel on guitar, has released a lyric video for the song "Carving The Waters", edited and produced by Mike Sloat (MACHINE HEAD, STAIND, AMERICAN HEAD CHARGE). The track is taken from the band's upcoming debut, "Bleeding Hearts", due in March via Felony 1 Records. The CD was arecorded at Trident Studios in Pacheco, California with Juan Urteaga, and was mixed and mastered by Joel Wanasek of JTW in Hubbertus, Wisconsin.

DEDVOLT plays "aggressively heavy yet melodic music, feeding off each other to form a cohesive and dynamic sound," according to the band's official bio. "Their mission is to offset limitations and explore the many different influences within the band and sharing it with a wide array of their fans. Sharing the musical stylings of SEVENDUST, SHINEDOWN and CHEVELLE, DEDVOLT has a sound of their own that will surely grab the attention of even the heaviest metal fan.

Writing music that will stand the test of time is the goal for DEDVOLT. "Our songs are infused with emotion, at times painful emotion...It's real," says Esquivel. "We're all driven by passion and fueled by dedication and we prove it in our show."

Since the band's formation in December 2011, DEDVOLT has been putting miles on the road playing shows throughout the West Coast and their relentless dedication is slowly paying off.

DEDVOLT's debut EP, "Let It Burn", was released in February 2013.


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