DevilDriver Reveal Details For Outlaw Country Covers Album “Outlaws ‘Til The End”

DevilDriver have officially revealed the details for their outlaw country covers album, “Outlaws ‘Til The End.“ The effort will be released on July 6, and it will feature numerous guests including members of Lamb Of God, Fear Factory, 36 Crazyfists, John Carter Cash, Ana Cristina Cash, etc. Pre-orders are available HERE, and you can find a teaser for their cover of Hank 3‘s “Country Heroes” feat. Hank 3 below:

“Outlaws ‘Til The End” Track Listing:

01. “Country Heroes” (Hank 3 cover) (feat. Hank 3)
02. “Whiskey River” (Willie Nelson cover) (feat. Randy Blythe & Mark Morton)
03. “Outlaw Man” (Eagles cover)
04. “Ghost Riders In The Sky” (Johnny Cash cover) (feat. John Carter Cash, Ana Cristina Cash & Randy Blythe)
05. “I’m The Only Hell (Mama Ever Raised)” (Johnny Paycheck cover)
06. “If Drinking Don’t Kill Me (Her Memory Will)” (George Jones cover) (feat. Wednesday 13)
07. “The Man Comes Around” (Johnny Cash cover) (feat. Lee Ving)
08. “A Thousand Miles From Nowhere” (Dwight Yoakam cover)
09. “Copperhead Road” (Steve Earle cover) (feat. Brock Lindow)
10. “Dad’s Gonna Kill Me” (Richard Thompson) (feat. Burton C. Bell)
11. “A Country Boy Can Survive” (Hank Williams Jr. cover)
12. “The Ride” (David Allan Coe cover) (feat. Lee Ving)

Dez Fafara commented:

“I think real music has always gotten to me, whether it’s the blues or even real Goth music like Bauhaus and Sisters Of Mercy, as well as outlaw country greats like Johnny Cash, Wayne “The Train” Hancock, and Willie Nelson. That stuff has always attracted me, and this is absolutely the real McCoy. The blues and outlaw country are what made rock n’ roll. They were around before rock n’ roll… and in my head, I’ve always heard these songs heavy.”

He also added:

“I knew right away that I wanted to have guests on this record, and the first guest I wanted was John Carter Cash. I didn’t want this thing to exist without John, without Hank3 or without Randy [Blythe]. Basically, there were a certain amount of guests that I definitely wanted on it, but as I kept asking people, everyone kept saying yes!

Randy and Mark [Morton] are both from the country and they were immediately on board. With John, we wound up talking for two hours when we first met, all about his love of heavy metal and my love of outlaw country and my love of his dad’s music. All he wanted to do was talk about metal and all I wanted to do was talk about outlaw country. It was the craziest thing.”

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