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DevilDriver Plan Something 'Very Special' For 2017

10/06/2016
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(Metal Hammer) DevilDriver mainman Dez Fafara says he and the band are planning something "very special" for 2017. They released their seventh studio album Trust No One in May this year. But Fafara says they'll return to the studio sooner than fans might have expected.

The vocalist tells Loudwire: "We're gonna continue to tour with Hatebreed and come off the road a day before Halloween. We're going to take November and December off and go into the studio and do something very special.

"We're going to record something real special. It's not a new record, well, not a new original record, but something really special."

When pressed for further info, Fafara quotes country artist Jamey Johnson's track Keepin' Up With The Jonesin', saying: "Lord I quit the drinking, smoking, and the honky tonk life." here.

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