DEZ FAFARA To SEVENDUST Drummer: 'Please Grow Up'
DEVILDRIVER frontman Dez Fafara has responded to SEVENDUST drummer Morgan Rose's revelation that the new SEVENDUST single, "Enemy", was inspired by Rose's hatred for the former COAL CHAMBER singer.
Writing to DEVILDRIVER's official web site, Fafara says, "With all my focus being on my new project, DEVILDRIVER, I hate to take the time to dignify Morgan Rose's childish comments and hostile allegations regarding COAL CHAMBER. With that said be sure to check out the BRUTAL HEADBASHING METAL DEVILDRIVER is waiting to unleash on the masses when we are on the road with 'The Blackest Of The Black Tour' starting in Texas on October 23. Our self-titled album hits stores on October 28 and is sure to fulfill the appetite of any metalhead. Lastly, I would like to say I am glad that I did not inspire a love song for their lite rock ballad single and for Morgan Rose to please grow up."
In other news, Roadrunner Records has posted two tracks from DEVILDRIVER's self-titled album. Check them out: "I Could Care Less" (mp3), "Die (And Die Now)" (mp3). Three band photos have also been made available for viewing: Photo#1, Photo#2, Photo#3.
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