Dez Fafara Announces Volume One Of His Autobiography “Loco: Chaos, Calamity, And Coal Chamber”

Dez Fafara (Coal Chamber, DevilDriver) has announced volume one of his autobiography, “Loco: Chaos, Calamity, And Coal Chamber.” The frontman wrote the book with assistance from Joel McIver and it will be available on September 5 via Rare Bird Books.

Here’s a synopsis:

“‘Loco’ is the first volume of autobiography from Dez Fafara. The California-born and raised everyman is now the singer and leader of the band DevilDriver, artist manager, multiple brand owner, and motivational guru.

In the period of time covered in ‘Loco,’ though, Dez was just Bradley Fafara, a Hollywood club kid who escaped a lifetime wasted (in both senses) on the beach to become one of the 1990’s most vivid rock stars.

With his band Coal Chamber, Dez pioneered a whole new sound and visual, touring the world, battling innumerable obstacles and ultimately breaking free to go solo with DevilDriver, the focus of Volume Two of Fafara‘s two-book autobiography plan.

Titled after Coal Chamber’s 1997 hit, ‘Loco’ describes the arc of a man who was ripped off, let down, and beaten up, but who never quit—and who ultimately achieved his own form of redemption. Includes 50+ black-and-white and full-color images.”

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