DevilDriver Frontman Recalls Bad Work Experience

(Rock News Desk) DevilDriver frontman Dez Fafara says his brief tenure working for his stepfather cemented his attitude to life, which he bears out in his music career.

He's one of a number of big names who have shared memories of the worst jobs they had before turning pro, to mark the US Labor Day celebrations earlier this week. "I was working construction with my stepdad. It was the worst. He was uptight and pissed every day, all day, and I bared the brunt of that," Fafara tells Noisecreep. "One day when I was 15 years old we were pouringewq concrete with five other workers and he said the wrong thing to me. I finally had it, and told him where to put it.

"I then walked 14 miles home. I left at 12.30pm and he passed me in his truck at about 4.30pm, with about three miles still to walk. He honked his horn and kept on driving," he recalls. "My attitude is still the same: want to f**k with me? I will go it alone." more on this story

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