US heavy rock machine DEVIL TO PAY premiere striking new album ‘Forever, Never or Whenever’ in full; out November 8 on Ripple Music
- 4 novembre 2019
Midwest heavy rock veterans DEVIL TO PAY share their sixth studio album in full today via The Obelisk! ‘Forever, Never or Whenever’ is due out November 8th on Ripple Music.
« It’s DEVIL TO PAY refusing to stagnate in terms of style and pushing themselves toward fresh-sounding avenues of expression even as they maintain the focus on songwriting that has carried them since their inception. (…) A balance of consistency and growth after more than 15 years together? I think maybe it’s time more people started paying attention to and learning lessons from this band. » says The Obelisk about the new album.
Get feverish with new album ‘Forever, Never or Whenever’
Few bands embody the essence of heavy rock like DEVIL TO PAY. These four mercenaries and all-round brilliant songwriters have crafted one air-tight record after another, and sixth studio album ‘Forever, Never or Whenever’ can be easily considered their watermark statement. Steve Janiak’s powerful gritty vocals take the listener to new heights, while dark, doom-tinged atmospheres are masterfully intertwined with a heavy metal stampede of meaty riffs, for an overall end-of-world feeling.
It won’t take long until « Forever, Never or Whenever » drags you to the other side and becomes your new dark heavy rock favorite.
DEVIL TO PAY ‘Forever, Never or Whenever’
Out November 8th on Ripple Music
Preorders available here
DEVIL TO PAY are the indefatigable veterans of the storied Indianapolis stoner-doom scene. Born on a lark in 2002, they peppered the United States with countless DIY tours, making a name for themselves as underground favorites. The band cut their teeth at a range of festivals, from the legendary Stoner Hands of Doom and Emissions From The Monolith, to more contemporary festivals like Doomed & Stoned. Now they are preparing to release their monumental sixth album, ‘Forever, Never Or Whenever’. The record promises to build on Devil To Pay’s enduring heavy rock legacy of tight songs and big hooks. Expect quality videos and meaty riffs as the band embrace this next phase of their careers.