After what looks like an eternity, US steel icons Devildriver are lastly returning to Australia to appease their rabid legions. It’s been 5 lengthy years because the band final headlined right here and Dez and the boys are primed and able to make up for misplaced time!
Armed with their newest launch, Outlaws ‘Til The End: Vol. 1, and a again catalogue of face melting, circle pit inducing anthems, Devildriver in 2019 are as barbaric as ever and will likely be on level to ship the products in an enormous ole barrel of heavy steel moonshine!
Outlaws ‘Til The End: Vol. 1 is a rustic covers album achieved Devildriver type and options visitor appearances by Randy Blythe & Mark Morton of Lamb of God, Hank3, Lee Ving of Fear, Wednesday13, and Burton C. Bell of Fear Factory. It’s a startling curveball and a ferocious assertion of individuality from a band who've been a relentless and efficient power within the heavy steel world for the perfect a part of 20 years now.
From the opening seconds of Hank3’s “Country Heroes” onward, Outlaws ‘Til The End is just one of essentially the most invigorating data the band have made but. These evocative, irresistible songs have all been wholly rebuilt from the floor up, powered by the traditional Devildriver sound and embellished with Fafara’s unmistakable feral roar.
Adding gas to the Devildriver hearth, All That Remains, will likely be bringing a set closely centered on most up-to-date album, Victim Of The New Disease, which was launched in November 2018.
The critically acclaimed file is the final to characteristic the bands founding guitarist Oli Herbert who tragically handed away lower than a month earlier than it’s launch. Hailed as a return to their heavier, metalcore roots, Victim, sees the band centered and re-energized. Driven by pummelling drums, jackhammer guitars and chaotic screaming. It’s Damn good enjoyable!
With a musical vary spanning metalcore fury to enviornment rock euphoria, All That Remains additionally convey huge hooks, razor sharp riffage and a number of vocal kinds all peppered with some tasty digital samples and wrapped up in lyrics that dare to push the boundaries in in the present day’s conservative surroundings.
Savage and delicate, mild and darkish, hope and nihilism, All That Remains actually do have one thing for everybody.
Don’t miss some of the primal and ferocious double payments of the 12 months as Devildriver and All That Remains lay waste to the next cities
Thursday, August 22: Metro Theatre, Sydney
Friday, August 23: The Basement, Canberra
Saturday, August 24: Valley Drive In, Brisbane
Sunday, August 25: 170 Russell, Melbourne
Tuesday, August 27: Jive Bar, Adelaide
Wednesday, August 28: Amplifier Bar, Perth
All reveals 18+
Tickets onsale Thursday, March 21 @ 9.00am native