DEVILDRIVER Begin Tracking Vocals For New Album

DEVILDRIVER, the Santa Barbara, California-based band featuring former COAL CHAMBER singer Dez Fafara, have begun recording their sophomore album at Sonic Ranch studio in Tornillo, Texas. A studio update from Fafara follows:

"Here's what's happening at the studio: 14 songs done on drums, 10 songs done on guitar, four songs done on bass, and I did my first vocal last night, on a song called 'Bear Witness Unto'. As this is being written, Mike is laying down more guitars. Look forward to a post from our producer Colin Richardson in the next couple of days for another view on what has been going on."

DEVILDRIVER are currently taking questions from fans at their official forum. To pose a question for the group, click here.

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