Create your account Finish Sign Up. A Devildriver fan doesn’t need to get this by any means, but they might well like to, since it compiles bonus and extra tracks from the previous couple of albums. Best viewed without Internet Explorer, in x resolution or higher. As a showcase of the band’s music at the time of ‘The Last Kind Words’, it feels a bit worthless, seeing that none of the tracks are actually new, but none of them are too bad either, which swings the balance back the other way. While this is an EP, the songs feel long for what they try to accomplish.
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DevilDriver – Head on to Heartache – Reviews – Encyclopaedia Metallum: The Metal Archives
Overall, DevilDriver sounds like a mere continuation of Coal Chamber, albeit with other members and a new name. Post content or file description. Fafara at this point still sounds like his old self from Coal Chamber.
The other thing that strikes hard is the length of the songs. Facebook Twitter Tumblr Reddit. Finally, we have the title track, ‘Head on to Heartache Let Them Rot’which was culled directly from ‘The Last Kind Words’ and works precisely as a kind of single release; however, its position last on the tracklist suggests that this was merely an excuse to release the other bonus tracks.
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As a showcase of the band’s music at the time of ‘The Last Kind Words’, it feels a bit worthless, seeing that none of the tracks are actually new, but none of them are too bad either, which swings the balance back the other way. Coal Chamber called it quits in as a result of internal struggles and the decline in the overall nu metal movement taking place.
Purchasing any of the three albums mentioned in this review would be preferable if you don’t already have them, though if Devildriver is really your thing, you would probably do well to pick this up for a low price.
Musical quality is surprisingly high for such a pitiable odds and ends collection, with ‘Unlucky 13’ and ‘Guilty as Sin’ being the picks. Another band, Coal Chamber, made its name known for touring with some of these said acts as well as signing to Roadrunner Records, the crowning label that bore forth most of the said bands.
Create your account Finish Sign Up. Bands such as Korn, Limp Bizkit, Stained, Mudvayne and Slipknot all collected a piece of the nu metal pie that passed around the United States and kids ate it up like there was no tomorrow.
The other two don’t sound specifically like Devildriver, yet aren’t bad in any particular way, just not especially memorable. Write your own review. The only saving grace by far are the guitar solos, and even then those are far and few in between.
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DevilDriver – Head On To Heartache [EP] | Album Reviews | Consequence of Sound
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While this is an EP, the songs feel long for what they try to accomplish. Out of the ashes of Coal Chamber, former lead singer Dez Fafara continues his heavy metal pursuits with his new band DevilDriver. A Devildriver fan doesn’t need to get this by any means, but they might well like to, since it compiles bonus and extra tracks from the previous couple of albums. Hearache alphabetical country genre Labels alphabetical country Reviews R.
Head On To Heartache
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To get the birth of these tracks out of the way, it seems that at least 3 of them ‘Unlucky 13’, ‘Guilty as Sin’, and ‘Digging Up the Corpses’ were recorded along with the other studio tracks on ‘s ‘The Fury of Our Maker’s Hand’ and originally appeared on the special edition to the same album, although ‘Digging Up the Corpses’ doesn’t quite ring true as a heartaceh of that session.