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Devil You Know (ex-Killswitch Engage) announces new album

Thursday, September 10, 2015 12:53 PM PT


Devil You Know - They Bleed Red

Official press release:

Devil You Know's highly anticipated sophomore recording effort, They Bleed Red, is set for a November 6th release via Nuclear Blast Entertainment.

Howard Jones (vocals), Francesco Artusato (guitars), John Sankey (drums), and Ryan Wombacher (bass/backing vocals) deliver a dense monstrosity of technical prowess and angst-ridden passion. A deep interpersonal understanding and an evolving camaraderie set the stage for the unique confidence behind They Bleed Red,, the band's ferocious follow-up which extinguishes any so-called "sophomore slump" without mercy. It's the sound of primal bloodlust.

Produced by Josh Wilbur (Avenged Sevenfold, Lamb of God), They Bleed Red is a breakneck paced trip through Devil You Know's broken psyche, struggles with anxiety, and ultimate triumph against adversity, all laid upon a foundation of high-level artistic achievement and vitriolic full throttle heavy metal fury.

They Bleed Red track listing:

01. Consume The Damned
02. The Way We Die
03. Your Last Breath
04. Stay of Execution
05. Break The Ties
06. Shattered Silence
07. Let The Pain Take Hold
08. Master of None
09. Searching For The Sun
10. How The End Shall Be
11. Broken By The Cold

Bonus Tracks
12. Eye of The Tiger (Cover Track)
13. I Am Alive
14. We Live


5 comments


9/10/2015 2:08:13 PM
More blood has been shed or just fcking stop the cheese metal.

anonymous
9/10/2015 2:15:06 PM
sucks. dismantle this monstrosity, about face to your prior gig and re-release end of heartache in addition to a couple new no-bullshit 00s metalcore tracks.

anonymous
9/10/2015 4:25:28 PM
yeah this is so fckin' balls - also their drummer looks like a creepy gym teacher who's overly nice to the girls in his class

anonymous
9/11/2015 12:06:46 AM
howard tryna ride the coats of outdated bands via shittty "modern" covers

9/12/2015 10:06:43 AM
I see a future where a band gains immediate fame off yet another cover song by this Howard character.