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All Music Guide - Greg Prato
When DevilDriver first started out, some assumed the band was merely a side project for everyone's favorite facially tattooed frontman, Coal Chamber's Dez Fafara. But by the group's third release, 2007's The Last Kind Words, it appeared as though Fafara has completely put the nu-metal shtick of his former band behind him -- the group is a 100 percent metallic beast that has more in common with thrash/extreme metal than all those unbearable "eyeliner metal bands." The group is just as heavy and brutal as the average band you'd spot while scanning Headbanger's Ball, as evidenced by such toe-tapping ditties as "Not All Who Wander Are Lost" and "Bound by the Moon." But therein ...
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Editorial Reviews

All Music Guide - Greg Prato
When DevilDriver first started out, some assumed the band was merely a side project for everyone's favorite facially tattooed frontman, Coal Chamber's Dez Fafara. But by the group's third release, 2007's The Last Kind Words, it appeared as though Fafara has completely put the nu-metal shtick of his former band behind him -- the group is a 100 percent metallic beast that has more in common with thrash/extreme metal than all those unbearable "eyeliner metal bands." The group is just as heavy and brutal as the average band you'd spot while scanning Headbanger's Ball, as evidenced by such toe-tapping ditties as "Not All Who Wander Are Lost" and "Bound by the Moon." But therein lies the problem (the same exact dilemma that befalls many a modern metal band of the early 21st century) -- there's not anything all that much different going on here when compared to all the other acts from the current metal crop. Nothing fancy -- just an extreme metal roar that hits you right between the eyes, which may have been DevilDriver's goal all along.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 7/31/2007
  • Label: Roadrunner Records
  • UPC: 016861801021
  • Catalog Number: 180102
  • Sales rank: 42,254

Album Credits

Performance Credits
DevilDriver Primary Artist
Dominic Camardella Hammond Organ, Hammond B3
Dez Fafara Vocals, Group Member
Jon Miller Bass, Guitar, Group Member
John Boecklin Drums
Michael Spreitzer Bass, Guitar, Bass Guitar, Group Member
John Boechlin Bass, Guitar, Drums, Bass Guitar, Group Member
Simon Blade Fafara Background Vocals
Jeffrey Kendrick Guitar
Jon Miller Bass Guitar
Technical Credits
Andy Sneap Mastering
Mark Lewis Engineer
Dez Fafara Arranger, Composer, Concept
DevilDriver Composer
Kevin Candela Art Direction
Jason Suecof Producer, Engineer, Audio Production
Charlie Godfrey Drum Technician
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Clouds Over California!!!

    This album blew me away!!! I have the self titled album, which I would have labeled “One of the best chug metal albums out there”. This one on the other hand is full of tasty riff after tasty riff, huge improvement on the guitar solos, singer always has great lyrics and a drummer like a machinegun metronome. Altogether an inspiring masterpiece of metal magic.

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