Devildriver - New Album On The Way


US metallers Devildriver have issued the following update:

"As you all know, DevilDriver has been laying low over the past couple of months... so we wanted to give you a head's up on what has been going on over the summer of 2008 up until now.

Upon returning from Europe in July, the band has been hard at work writing the fourth DevilDriver record... as of yet untitled. I have been back and forth between NY and Santa Barbara and L.A. writing the record, tracking demos at Mike's house and spending time with my loved ones. We currently have around 14 songs in the pot that we are working with and will have 2 or 3 more finished before we embark on our final run of "The Last Kind Words" touring cycle.

Yes... it will sound like DevilDriver... a bigger, stronger DevilDriver, and listeners will receive a record which will capture DD doing what we do best. Record producer and recording location will be decided in these next upcoming weeks and we will keep you posted when a decision has been made. So please join us on our upcoming US headliner with Snot, Straight Line Stitch and Rosengaurd starting October 15th. You can buy me a beer."

Source: blogs.myspace.com
Band profile: DevilDriver
 
Posted: 24.09.2008 by SlaytallicA


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24.09.2008 - 17:38
Elegy
Looking forward to this !
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24.09.2008 - 18:16
Doc Godin
Full Grown Hoser
Should be pretty cool.
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24.09.2008 - 20:36
deathovertime
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That's good news. Their albums keep getting better, hopefully this one will follow the same path.
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24.09.2008 - 21:29
BloodTears
ANA-thema
Good, good!
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Like you could kiss my ass.
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25.09.2008 - 05:49
Paradox0
Unasuming Madnes
well...cool
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25.09.2008 - 11:39
-DC-002-
Mastercommander
their last album nearly killed me it was so boring. it was just so generic.
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25.09.2008 - 12:36
Locke
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I thought their last once was great :|
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25.09.2008 - 14:25
brapp32
These guys never disappoint.
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25.09.2008 - 16:34
Jack the Riffer
once again dez tells it like it is
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25.09.2008 - 16:48
Syk
myspace/bonerama
Written by brapp32 on 25.09.2008 at 14:25
These guys never disappoint.
Well, if you set your expectations down at the bottom of the barrel, I guess that's right.

What is these guys' problem with the English language? I Could Care Less, as of yet, they might as well have named the band We Drived the Devil
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25.09.2008 - 19:24
brapp32
I didnt ask for your opnion on the topic. I could care less.
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25.09.2008 - 20:37
Passenger
Lost To Apathy
There's nothing wrong in I Could Care Less. Depends on what you're trying to say, really.

Hope it will be good.
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You don't make up for your sins in church. You do it in the streets. You do it at home. The rest is bullshit and you know it ~ Mean Streets
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26.09.2008 - 06:14
Syk
myspace/bonerama
Written by Passenger on 25.09.2008 at 20:37
There's nothing wrong in I Could Care Less. Depends on what you're trying to say, really.
A 40yo American singing I could care less than for your grandiosity / I had to skin the cat for curiosity at the same pacing for each syllable... "I couldn't care less for your grandiosity" is what he was looking for but he's too much of a fucking disgrace for that
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26.09.2008 - 12:41
Passenger
Lost To Apathy
Written by Syk on 26.09.2008 at 06:14

Written by Passenger on 25.09.2008 at 20:37
There's nothing wrong in I Could Care Less. Depends on what you're trying to say, really.
A 40yo American singing I could care less than for your grandiosity / I had to skin the cat for curiosity at the same pacing for each syllable... "I couldn't care less for your grandiosity" is what he was looking for but he's too much of a fucking disgrace for that

I can't understand if you're criticizing his English or the quality of his lyrics anymore. Whatever man...
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You don't make up for your sins in church. You do it in the streets. You do it at home. The rest is bullshit and you know it ~ Mean Streets
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26.09.2008 - 18:11
Plaguebearer
FUCK YEAH!
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27.09.2008 - 02:00
Toast
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Their albums just get better and better for me, so this should be good. I agree about their lyrics needing some major work though..
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09.11.2008 - 22:46
The V.M.93
YEAH !!!!!!! I'm a Devil Driver's fan ....
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17.12.2008 - 00:04
Sy-Furr
Thank the Gods of Metal!!!:bow:
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17.12.2008 - 19:19
Luciferion
Nice, Looking forward to this release, their work is decent.
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19.02.2009 - 15:55
Hatemail
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Written by Syk on 26.09.2008 at 06:14

Written by Passenger on 25.09.2008 at 20:37
There's nothing wrong in I Could Care Less. Depends on what you're trying to say, really.
A 40yo American singing I could care less than for your grandiosity / I had to skin the cat for curiosity at the same pacing for each syllable... "I couldn't care less for your grandiosity" is what he was looking for but he's too much of a fucking disgrace for that

The pacing is a matter of personal preference. I think it sounds pretty good. Why are you on here if you don't like the music? You should find a new hobby.
Personally, I think arguing about the "could/couldn't" thing is pretty sad. But I've seen so much of it on Youtube, and now here, that I thought I'd comment on it. I'm a degree level English student, and basically, saying "I could care less" is perfectly okay. It's a colloquial phrase which essentially means exactly the same as "I couldn't care less". Neither version is more valid or correct than the other. If anything, the "could care less" variant is set to surplant the "couldn't care less" version of the phrase. So, too bad for you. Try again.
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19.02.2009 - 16:17
Syk
myspace/bonerama
Written by Guest on 19.02.2009 at 15:55
I'm a degree level English student, and basically, saying "I could care less" is perfectly okay. It's a colloquial phrase which essentially means exactly the same as "I couldn't care less". Neither version is more valid or correct than the other. If anything, the "could care less" variant is set to surplant the "couldn't care less" version of the phrase. So, too bad for you. Try again.
If you're unable to spell "supplant" I'm not really going to take your grammatical advice, now, am I? "I could care less" = "I do care somewhat" which is the opposite of what he means - and I have never heard it said intentionally sarcastically - case closed. Don't tell me, it's illegal or anti-metal to have a bit of downtime and to care about preserving good English so that people can understand each other?
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17.02.2010 - 11:58
Dangerboner
:D
Written by Syk on 26.09.2008 at 06:14

Written by Passenger on 25.09.2008 at 20:37
There's nothing wrong in I Could Care Less. Depends on what you're trying to say, really.
A 40yo American singing I could care less than for your grandiosity / I had to skin the cat for curiosity at the same pacing for each syllable... "I couldn't care less for your grandiosity" is what he was looking for but he's too much of a fucking disgrace for that

Agreed

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17.02.2010 - 21:10
oroboros
Great work boner....
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19.02.2010 - 11:17
Syk
myspace/bonerama
Written by Dangerboner on 17.02.2010 at 11:58
:D That pic must remain somewhere on the internet until the end of time. Might even print it out one of these days *saves*
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