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DEVILDRIVER Unlease New Song, “Keep Away From Me,” Announce Double Album

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Devildriver have been working hard on a double album, and it looks like they're ready to show it to the world. Today, they announced they will release Dealing With Demons in two parts, with the first one coming October 9th on Napalm Records.

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This is what the album art looks like:

DEVILDRIVER Unlease New Song, “Keep Away From Me,” Announce Double Album

Here's what frontman Dez Fafara has to say about the new album, and the first single, "Keep Away From Me."

“I’ve been social distancing since I was born. I’ve learned to try and embrace my Agoraphobia all my life. This is what the lyrics are about as we are all sheltered in place. They seem very clear. Now is not the time bands should shy away from the obvious by trying to push the narrative through their art as if everything is alright with the world and ‘it’s metal video visual as usual time’, as it is clearly NOT that time.

“We as artists should speak up, inspire and change lives, or paint a picture – a time capsule if you will – by the narrative we push in uncertain times. This video is one such art piece as my band and thousands of others are forced into quarantine – cannot rehearse, take photos, or perform – to make a music video for the very people that have supported us for years. It’s trying times for the world and my outlook through this video is simply this: ‘here’s what we are going through as a family on this planet and as we embrace what is yet to come… please Stand Together’.”

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You can pre-order the album here.

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