DevilDriver released its new album Trust No One earlier this year, which was the band's first in three years (and post-Coal Chamber reunion). While we won't be getting new material from the band this soon after the album's release, frontman Dez Fafara tells Loudwire the band will be hitting the studio for "something really special."
"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 … Something VERY special. [Sings], 'Lord I quit the drinking, smoking, and the honky tonk life.'"
The song Fafara is singing is a Jamey Johnson track called "Keeping Up With The Jonesin'." So the most obvious guess here would be that DevilDriver is going to record a country album, but maybe it'll be a mix of genres? If it's an album at all – Fafara won't say.