DEVILDRIVER Guitarists Featured In Current Episode Of 'The Mane Show' (Video)

January 7, 2011

Guitarists Mike Spreitzer and Jeff Kendrick of Santa Barbara, California metallers DEVILDRIVER are featured in current episode of "The Mane Show", which can be viewed below. The program features host Tyler Mane ("X-Men", "Halloween") continuing "his inside exploration of the worlds of horror, metal, and everything in between."

"Dead To Rights", the first single from DEVILDRIVER's forthcoming fifth album, "Beast", will be made available for free download at on Monday, January 10 at 11:00 a.m. EST.

"'Beast' is an attack from start to finish and 'Dead To Rights' is just the beginning of the onslaught!" states DEVILDRIVER frontman Dez Fafara. "The song itself is directly about a person close to you that you know a secret about / something unseen by other eyes. You hang with this person, and you are friends but you know in your mind the 'character,' the 'credible' aspects regarding the trust of this person are in question due to the way they've treated someone else or others in general. You've got them 'Dead To Rights'..."

The "Dead To Rights" free download will be available for a limited time only. After that you'll be able to buy the track at iTunes starting January 18.

"Beast" will be issued on February 22, 2011 via Roadrunner Records. The CD was recorded at Sonic Ranch studios in Tornillo, Texas with producer Mark Lewis (TRIVIUM, CHIMAIRA, ALL THAT REMAINS) and was mixed by acclaimed British producer Andy Sneap (MEGADETH, EXODUS, MACHINE HEAD, NEVERMORE, ARCH ENEMY) at his Backstage studio in Derbyshire, England. The band recorded 14 songs during the "Beast" sessions, with 12 tracks making the standard version of the CD and all 14 songs appearing on the special edition, which also comes with a bonus DVD. The special edition includes the band's documentary "You May Know Us From The Stage" (shot by filmmaker Daniel J. Burke, a.k.a. Bruce Wayne) and official music videos spanning DEVILDRIVER's career thus far.

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