DevilDriver
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  • The album has an earthly feel to it, in ways it is primitive but the overall feel of the album makes it a really great album, the album is one of my favorite albums, and helped to make this band one of my favorite band's

    • by Jefffelker40
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      Devildriver is the self titled 2003 debut album from the band, released on Roadrunner Records, featuring Dez Fafara of Coal Chamber on vocals, he quit Coal Chamber dropping the nu metal act entirely and doing what I always knew he could do, he doesn’t hold back here at all, DevilDriver doesn’t mess

      around, it’s pure metal, and isn’t even comparable to CC, the album is really heavy and the vocals are impressive. The album is a great start for this band, it’s a really impressive debut, it isn’t as good as the bands future albums, but it is good, the song structures are simpler ...

      • then later albums, they are still really heavy. Some of my favorites are Devils Son, I Could Care Less, I Dreamed I Died, Knee Deep, What Does It Take, The Mountain, Meet The Wretched, and Die And Die Now. The album has an earthly feel to it, in ways it is primitive
        but the overall feel of the album makes it a really great album, the album is one of my favorite albums, and helped to make this band one of my favorite band’s. If you like Pantera, Corrosion Of Conformity, or bands similar in style then check this out, you may end up liking it.




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