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The Fury of Our Maker's Hand

The Fury of Our Maker's Hand
Studio album by DevilDriver
Released June 28, 2005
Recorded 2005
Studio Sonic Ranch Studios in Tornillo, Texas
Genre Groove metal
Length 51:12
Label Roadrunner
Producer Colin Richardson
DevilDriver chronology
DevilDriver
(2003)
The Fury of Our Maker's Hand
(2005)
The Last Kind Words
(2007)
Alternative cover
Re-issued album cover artwork
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic [1]
Blabbermouth.net [2]
Kerrang!

The Fury of Our Maker's Hand is the second studio album by American heavy metal DevilDriver, released on June 28, 2005. It's the first DevilDriver album to feature guitarist Mike Spreitzer. The album entered the Billboard charts at number 117, with sales of 10,402.[3] A special edition of the album was released on October 31, 2006. It contained six bonus tracks and an additional DVD with the band's four music videos.

A music video was produced for "Hold Back the Day," which found airplay on MTV2's Headbangers Ball. It featured stylistic elements, primarily background visuals such as a female mannequin head, highly reminiscent of Black Sabbath's video for "Paranoid."

The song "Driving Down the Darkness" was featured in the fifteenth episode of the sixth season of Scrubs.

Contents

  • Notes 1
  • Track listing 2
  • Charts 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5

Notes

  • "Unlucky 13" and "Guilty as Sin" were tracks recorded during the sessions for The Fury of Our Maker's Hand.
  • "Digging Up the Corpses" is an outtake from their self-titled DevilDriver album. The song had only been previously released on the Resident Evil: Apocalypse movie soundtrack.
  • The three live tracks (mixed by Andy Sneap) were recorded on tour in support of The Fury of Our Maker's Hand.

Track listing

No. Title Length
1. "End of the Line"   5:03
2. "Driving Down the Darkness"   3:53
3. "Grinfucked"   3:31
4. "Hold Back the Day"   4:14
5. "Sin & Sacrifice"   5:05
6. "Ripped Apart"   4:11
7. "Pale Horse Apocalypse"   4:13
8. "Just Run"   4:15
9. "Impending Disaster"   4:09
10. "Bear Witness Unto"   4:05
11. "Before the Hangman's Noose"   3:52
12. "The Fury of Our Maker's Hand"   4:51
Total length:
51:12

Charts

Chart Peak
position
French Albums (SNEP)[4] 153
US Billboard 200[5] 117
US Top Heatseekers Albums (Billboard)[6] 1

References

  1. ^ "The Fury of Our Maker's Hand - DevilDriver".  
  2. ^ "CD Reviews".  
  3. ^ Blabbermouth.net, "SOUNDSCAN REPORT: CKY, MEGADETH, DEVILDRIVER, DARKEST HOUR, THROWDOWN", Posted July 6, 2005.
  4. ^ "DevilDriver – The Fury of Our Maker's Hand". Lescharts.com. Hung Medien.
  5. ^ "DevilDriver – Chart history" Billboard 200 for DevilDriver.
  6. ^ "DevilDriver – Chart history" Billboard Top Heatseekers Albums for DevilDriver.

External links

  • The Fury of Our Maker's Hand at AllMusic
  • The Fury of Our Maker's Hand at DevilDriver's official website
  • The Fury of Our Maker's Hand at Roadrunner Records
  • (Special Edition)The Fury of Our Maker's Hand at DevilDriver's official website
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