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Since they formed in 2002, DevilDriver have enjoyed a slow, steady career build. Their self-titled 2003 debut was a crushing introduction to a new breed of extremity, spearheaded by the distinctive vocal ferocity of front man, Dez Fafara. The band's 2005 follow-up, The Fury of Our Maker's Hand was more musically accomplished and experimental. But with their new album, The Last Kind Words, DevilDriver has taken a quantum leap up the evolutionary metal scale, crafting an album that's simultaneously brutal, melodic, technically complex yet instantly accessible. After years of touring and releasing records, DevilDriver have honed in the essence of their songwriting potential, with what has been described by the band as by far the best DevilDriver record we have made.

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Product Details

  • Audio CD (July 31, 2007)
  • Original Release Date: 2007
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: CD
  • Label: Roadrunner Records
  • ASIN: B000PHX8C0
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (35 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #22,266 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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DevilDriver tear their way through heavy metal again with Beast, the band's fifth album for Roadrunner Records, which is an exorcism of animalistic, primal hooks, death metal percussion and propulsive thrashing. While many bands in the modern era are already withering away by their second album and have shriveled up and died by their third, DevilDriver have proven to mutate, growing ... Read more in Amazon's DevilDriver Store

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Overall, I am becoming more and more blown away with each album.
EhRGeiZ
The Axe Shall Fall - 5/5 Bottom Line: I definately recommend this album to any fan of Devildriver, heavy metal, or just good music in general.
Jeremy Brackeen
One of the best bands around for their Genre, and a definate top 10 in the 'best of' category for 2007!
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By EhRGeiZ on July 31, 2007
Format: Audio CD
Without a doubt the heaviest of the three albums, DevilDriver has really nailed it home with "Last Kind Words". The CD is intense and, for lack of a better term, driving. It truly seems like DD has found their niche, and is quickly becoming the forefront of a new wave of metal to-come. Their combination of melodic, death, and thrash metal is brilliantly refined and fuses seamlessly. After first popping in the CD, you will instantly be blown away by the first track "Not All Who Wander Are Lost". You'll instantly notice the CD kicks off fast, hard, and heavy. The pace WILL create uncontrollable body movements, believe you me, and does a fantastic job of drawing you in.

"Not All Who Wander Are Lost" is DevilDriver's first single of the CD, and with good reason. The lyrics are much more intelligent and well thought-out in comparison to the self-titled album and "The Fury of Our Maker's Hand". You will also notice the band got a little carried away with guitar solos, however, they definitely add a unique flavor to each song. The next of my favorites is "Clouds Over California" which is eargasmic. The track truly displays the band's skill as a whole. "Horn Of Betrayal", "These Fighting Words", and "Head On To Heartache (Let Them Rot)" are also just as equally amazing.

Overall, I am becoming more and more blown away with each album. Long live DevilDriver.
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17 of 19 people found the following review helpful By grumpypariah on June 27, 2007
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they are back, and it is frikkin awesome! they had their first album, which was great but has been said to be a bit rough around the edges, then their second "sophmore" release, which many bands sometime rise and fall by, and DD clearly progressed and refined their sound, and now we are brought to their third album. the first thing that struck me that there was a definite progression in their music, but yet still retains the same aggression and edge you'd expect from their previous release. as Fury was more polished then their first album, Last Kind Words is still more refined, better riffs, better arrangement, while still grabbing you by the back of the head and slamming your cranium into the wall.

Even Dez's trademark "cookie monster" vocals (which i hate using that term, but don't know how else to describe it) is even further developed on this album.

If you are a DevilDriver fan..........then you're probably not even reading this and already have it...........

if you are a metal fan, this is the epitome of the current state of metal done at its finest.

the best analogy i can give to this album is looking at Metallica's first 3 studio releases, same feeling, same sound, just kept getting better and better.

hands down, a must buy, period
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Dons Word on July 30, 2007
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Well, i must say i cheated on this one and bought it on import 3 weeks ago. Why the labels release a cd in the UK a month earlier is beyond me. Especially when trying to combat piracy.. Makes no sense.
Anyway, i thought they would have a tough time following up 'Fury' and i was right! But they succeed in making this CD just as good. What is best about this disc is the furious drumming. Excellent!
The songs are reminiscent of 'Fury' but not a repeat. The awesome 'Clouds over Calif' is great and the track that follows 'Bound by the Moon' is SLAMMIN! will be a pit fav.
'Burning Sermon' and 'Tirades of Truth' are smokin as well.! As a whole this CD holds up well. The production is in your face and the riffs are killer. There are not many 'hooks' per se, but that is made up for by the pure brutality!
One of the best bands around for their Genre, and a definate top 10 in the 'best of' category for 2007! A must have for all headbangers! The question has been answered, DevilDriver is for real.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Jeremy Brackeen on November 21, 2007
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I'm a huge fan of Devildriver. They are truly one of the best modern metal bands out there today. Their latest album 2007's "The Last Kind Words" is without a doubt the band's meanest, heaviest, and best album thus far, and it's also one of the best metal albums of 2007 that I had the pleasure of purchasing and I don't regret it one bit. I bought this album a couple of months ago, and I just love it, I can't stop listening to it. This album is without question an absolute menacing, thrashing, pure headbanging metal assault on your senses from beginning to end. I also like to consider this album to be the final nail in the coffin of Dez Fafara's nu metal band Coal Chamber as well. Everything on "The Last Kind Words" is just simply awesome, the lyrics, the musicianship, the vocals I mean everything on here is awesome. The production by Jason Suecof is just flawless. Dez Fafara's vocals on here are just absolutely menacing, vicious, visceral, and all out raging throughout. I'll be honest, I've always liked and admired Dez's vocals alot better here in Devildriver than in Coal Chamber. Guitarists Mike Spreitzer and Jeff Kendrick are definately at the top of their game on this album. Their riffs and leads are absolutely ripping and highly technical, and YES they even fire off solos too, and they both do really good at it too. Jon Miller's bass is good, and of course John Boecklin's double bass drumming is just flawless and downright pummeling.Read more ›
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