DevilDriver have recently finished recording their forthcoming 5th studio album at Sonic Ranch studios in Tornillo, Texas, and while celebrated engineer Mark Lewis handled production, the band has announced that reknowned British producer Andy Sneap will be handling mixing duties this July.
Of the new album, drummer John Boecklin tells Blabbermouth.net, "Our record has a great contrast of dark riffs, stomp bouncing drums with the right amount of blasts and double bass, and outstanding vocal delivery from Dez [Fafara] that takes it past your average approach of the metal attempt. I'm not talking about reinventing the wheel or nothing. I just think our new album sits in its own corner from any of our other albums."
Stay tuned for more information on this 2011 release, and if you don't have a copy of the band's latest album, 2009's Pray For Villains, go RIGHT HERE to pick up the killer Special Edition at an exclusive discount.