New DevilDriver song

2013-07-30 by Magnus Altkula STAFF | 20 Comments
Loudwire is currently hosting a premiere of DevilDriver's latest song, 'The Appetite'. The track will feature on the band's upcoming album Winter Kills, which will be released on August 27 via Napalm Records.

Shortly after, starting from September 12th, DevilDriver will hit the road for a co-headlining North America tour with Trivium (support will be provided by Sylosis and After The Burial).

'The Appetite': http://loudwire.com/devildriver-the-appetite-exclusive-song-premiere/

Tour dates: http://www.devildriver.com/news/devildriver-announce-co-headline-tour-with-trivium/

Tagged: DevilDriver

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Metalstyles
Staff Reviewer
July 30th 2013
8558 Comments


Much better than "Ruthless" imo, song absolutely rips.

MaySun91
July 30th 2013
29 Comments


Song rules. Can't wait for this album to drop.

ChancyWancy
July 30th 2013
32 Comments


God, that was a fun listen.

UnitK2K
July 30th 2013
136 Comments


Thankfully I can agree with the above statements.
The first song that they previewed I felt bad listening to because it was just bad.
Though, this is a much better song. Thank God this album has some hope.

MoosechriS
July 30th 2013
5660 Comments


Now this is more like it, bring on the new record

BigPleb
July 30th 2013
45231 Comments


That ruled.

RivalSkoomaDealer
July 30th 2013
1588 Comments


Wow. Surprised at how awesome this turned out to be. Hope the rest sounds this good.

Digging: Swans - The Glowing Man

MuhNamesTyler
July 30th 2013
5567 Comments


perdy cool mane

ReAnimator
July 30th 2013
356 Comments


That solo could make a grown man cry

Digging: Ghoulgotha - To Starve the Cross

ZippaThaRippa
July 30th 2013
5272 Comments


So tight. Halfway through I was thinking "the only thing that could make this better would be a scorching solo." Cue the scorching solo. Fuck yeah

turnip90210
July 30th 2013
352 Comments


The solo is abysmal, far too formulaic and rhythmically steady. There's a reason why they stopped doing them after that one experimental album where they were everywhere.

Song is passable. They'll never beat the second album though.

NonApplicable
July 30th 2013
2338 Comments


Really dug this song. DevilDriver are always consistent good.

SlMBOLlC
July 30th 2013
5551 Comments


Actually pretty good

Durrzo
July 30th 2013
1278 Comments


I haven't really enjoyed them since TLKW. That will probably always be their high point.

zaruyache
July 30th 2013
12715 Comments


Decent.

austin888
July 31st 2013
332 Comments


Surprisingly good. Last song was kind of bland.

BallsToTheWall
July 31st 2013
46019 Comments


Mediocre as expected.

Digging: Astronoid - Air

TheAJMetal
July 31st 2013
98 Comments


I just remember when every douche-bag wore shirts by them and Hatebreed a few years back.

chug73
July 31st 2013
2136 Comments


I have always liked the guitar solos these guys come up with. Reminds me of Last Kind Words (this is a good thing).


henryChinaski
July 31st 2013
3399 Comments


Not bad.



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