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DevilDriver announce new album ‘Dealing With Demons I’

The hardest working band in metal, DevilDriver, have announced their first original album in four years Dealing With My Demons I. Released October 9th, this is the first in a double offering of the project.

Check out the lyric video for the first track released from Dealing With My Demons I, entitled ‘Keep Away From Me’:

The video is directed by Vicente Cordero and explores the struggles of life in 2020, with a positive message at the end.

Frontman Dez Fafera had this to say about the video:

We as artists should speak up, inspire and change lives, or paint a picture – a time capsule if you will – by the narrative we push in uncertain times. This video is one such art piece as my band and thousands of others are forced into quarantine – cannot rehearse, take photos, or perform – to make a music video for the very people that have supported us for years. It’s trying times for the world and my outlook through this video is simply this: ‘here’s what we are going through as a family on this planet and as we embrace what is yet to come… please Stand Together!”

Dealing With Demons I  Tracklist:

1. Keep Away From Me
2. Vengeance Is Clear
3. Nest Of Vipers
4. Iona
5. Wishing
6. You Give Me A Reason To Drink (feat. Simon Blade Fafara)
7. Witches
8. Dealing With Demons
9. The Damned Don’t Cry
10. Scars Me Forever

You can pre-order the album, as well as merch from this link.

Click here to read our interview with Dez Fafara from Bloodstock 2018.

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