Roadrunner Records

Periphery signs to Roadrunner Records for Australia and New Zealand

Straight from the Washington DC music scene evolves Periphery, who have just joined the Roadrunner family for the Aus/NZ territory.

 

Dez Fafara, DevilDriver’s hard rockin' working man

Touring for almost three years straight, the human canvas and vocal powerhouse Dez Fafara of DevilDriver talks shop with Metal as Fuck as we discuss his recent Aussie tour, the workload, the demise of Coal Chamber, and his personal favourite beverage: wine.

“Man, I love being here in Australia.

Opeth @ The Palace (Melbourne), 25 Nov 2009

A resplendent night of awe-inspiring metal and music from the genre's flagship group.

Walking up to the Palace Theatre, the line extended up the street and around the corner. Melbourne looked as if it were under siege from an invasion of black-clad headbangers.

Devildriver - Pray For Villains (Roadrunner Records)

Mention the name Devildriver to most metal fans and you would get either a positive or negative response. However, you cannot deny their rising stature in the metal world, having turned out three solid albums previously - Devildriver, The Fury Of Our Maker's Hand and The Last Kind Words. But they come to their hardest hitting effort yet, Pray For Villains.
Release Date: 
10 Jul 2009 (All day)

As most readers would know, Devildriver is a completely different musical venture in comparison to Dez Fafara's infamous original band, Coal Chamber