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DevilDriver (album)

Studio album by DevilDriver
Released October 28, 2003
Recorded Rumbo Studios, Canoga Park, California and Castle Oaks Studios, California, California
Genre Groove metal
Length 41:13
Label Roadrunner
Producer Ross Hogarth
Dan Certa
DevilDriver chronology
The Fury of Our Maker's Hand
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic [1]

DevilDriver is the self-titled debut album by California-based heavy metal band DevilDriver, the new band of former Coal Chamber singer Dez Fafara. In comparison to the other albums by DevilDriver, it is musically simpler, and Fafara sings in a different style.

The album's cover art features the Cross of Confusion, the band's logo.

Music videos were produced for "Nothing's Wrong?" and "I Could Care Less," the singles released off of the album, and found extensive airplay on programs such as Headbangers Ball and Uranium.

The song "Devil's Son" was featured in the tenth episode of the sixth season of Scrubs.

"Swinging The Dead" is featured on the Freddy vs. Jason soundtrack.


  • Track listing 1
  • Singles 2
  • Personnel 3
  • References 4

Track listing

No. Title Length
1. "Nothing's Wrong?"   2:37
2. "I Could Care Less"   3:37
3. "Die (And Die Now)"   2:59
4. "I Dreamed I Died"   3:29
5. "Cry for Me Sky (Eulogy of the Scorned)"   4:01
6. "The Mountain"   4:05
7. "Knee Deep"   3:11
8. "What Does It Take (To Be a Man)"   3:13
9. "Swinging the Dead"   3:37
10. "Revelation Machine"   3:30
11. "Meet the Wretched"   4:07
12. "Devil's Son"   2:49
Total length:


  • Nothing's Wrong?
  • I Could Care Less
  • Swinging the Dead



  1. ^ "DevilDriver - DevilDriver".  
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