Twist And Shout

Limited vinyl picture disc pressing. 2020 release. Respected standard bearers for 21st century metal, DevilDriver have spent almost the last two decades pursuing a course of uncompromising artistry and nonsense-free dedication to the road. Led by the prolific Dez Fafara, the Californian crew have earned their reputation as one of the hardest working bands on the planet, while issuing a steady succession of brutal but distinctive albums along the way. Impervious to transient trends, DevilDriver has weathered the storm over the years and their focus has remained laser-sharp, and never more so than on the monumental two-part album Dealing With Demons: a splurge of serrated-edge riffing, lyrical vitriol and pummeling ensemble chemistry.

Limited vinyl picture disc pressing. 2020 release. Respected standard bearers for 21st century metal, DevilDriver have spent almost the last two decades pursuing a course of uncompromising artistry and nonsense-free dedication to the road. Led by the prolific Dez Fafara, the Californian crew have earned their reputation as one of the hardest working bands on the planet, while issuing a steady succession of brutal but distinctive albums along the way. Impervious to transient trends, DevilDriver has weathered the storm over the years and their focus has remained laser-sharp, and never more so than on the monumental two-part album Dealing With Demons: a splurge of serrated-edge riffing, lyrical vitriol and pummeling ensemble chemistry.

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Format: Vinyl
Label: NAPALM
Rel. Date: 10/09/2020
UPC: 840588135738

Dealing With Demons I [Limited Edition Picture Disc LP]
Artist: DevilDriver
Format: Vinyl
New: Available $29.98
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Limited vinyl picture disc pressing. 2020 release. Respected standard bearers for 21st century metal, DevilDriver have spent almost the last two decades pursuing a course of uncompromising artistry and nonsense-free dedication to the road. Led by the prolific Dez Fafara, the Californian crew have earned their reputation as one of the hardest working bands on the planet, while issuing a steady succession of brutal but distinctive albums along the way. Impervious to transient trends, DevilDriver has weathered the storm over the years and their focus has remained laser-sharp, and never more so than on the monumental two-part album Dealing With Demons: a splurge of serrated-edge riffing, lyrical vitriol and pummeling ensemble chemistry.

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