DEVILDRIVER: New Album Artwork Posted Online

DEVILDRIVER frontman Dez Fafara (ex-COAL CHAMBER) has posted the following message on the group's official web site:

"Here's what's going on in DEVILDRIVER land: We've been rehearsing for our upcoming MACHINE HEAD / THE HAUNTED / IT DIES TODAY shows. The rehearsals have been going amazing, the band is a machine right now. We'll be main support, and that gives us an opportunity to play 10-11 songs as opposed to the usual 7-8. We have a few surprises for the hardcore DEVILDRIVER fans out there — we'll be playing a few songs off of the debut that we have never played live before (not gonna tell ya which ones). As well, a cover will be thrown into the mix...again, not gonna tell ya which one, just come out to see. We'll also be playing 2 new songs off the upcoming 'The Fury of Our Maker's Hand', so get ready for that.

"After the MACHINE HEAD run, we'll see you out this summer on The Sounds Of The Underground tour, featuring CLUTCH, CHIMAIRA, OPETH, and a host of other great bands. We'll be going on between noon and 3:00 each day, so get there early if you wanna play with the devil.

"We received the final master of the album yesterday, and my living room became a pit last night filled with family, friends, and the band all listening. Gotta say, Colin Richardson [producer], thank you. This sound created will set us apart and elevate us to where we wanna be. Check out the cover of 'The Fury of Our Maker's Hand' here.

"Looking forward to healthy dose of touring."


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