DevilDriver frontman Dez Fafara recently sat down with Lithium Magazine and talked about his latest album Beast plus a myriad of other things. See what Dez did before DevilDriver/Coal Chamber, and how working has always been in his blood. Check out the snippet below:

"I come from a construction family, so I was on the job site from a very young age. I’ve done everything that has to do with that industry, really - framing houses and roofing. I was a brick-layer for a long time. When I was a kid I worked at a gas station. I always worked – that was the thing with me. From age 13 to 14, I went out and found jobs at hardware stores or wherever. After that I went into hair. I was a hairdresser in Beverly Hills, which was a really crazy experience. I did a lot of different things. I think it’s important to work. I’ve got three boys and I tell them this all the time. I’ll say, “What’s important is that you have a job. It’s not what you do, it’s that you always be working”. It’s important."

Read the full interview here!

Check out DevilDriver's video for "Dead To Rights" taken from their latest album Beast.