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Pray For Villains

Pray for Villains
Released July 14, 2009
Genre Groove metal, melodic death metal
Length 56:15
Label Roadrunner
Producer Logan Mader
DevilDriver chronology

Head on to Heartache
Pray for Villains
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating 4/5 stars[1]
Allmusic 3.5/5 stars[2] 9/10[3]
Kerrang! 4/5 stars
Metal Hammer 9/10

Pray for Villains is the fourth studio album by DevilDriver, released on July 14, 2009. On April 24 Roadrunner unveiled the cover artwork for both the regular and special editions of Pray for Villains. It was also announced that the special edition will be a CD/DVD package with 4 bonus tracks, a behind the scenes DVD and expanded artwork.[4] On the May 21st Devildriver released the single "Pray for Villains" to the public. On June 17, the music video for "Pray For Villains" premiered on[5] also teamed up with Roadrunner to offer "Resurrection Blvd." for free download to people who preorder the special edition of the CD from the website.

The album sold around 14,600 copies in its first week of release to debut at position No. 35 on The Billboard 200 chart.

Pray for Villains is the first and (so far) only album to not contain the "Cross of Confusion", the band's logo, in its artwork.

Track list

No. Title Length
1. "Pray for Villains"   4:02
2. "Pure Sincerity"   4:38
3. "Fate Stepped In"   5:10
4. "Back with a Vengeance"   3:40
5. "I've Been Sober"   5:16
6. "Resurrection Blvd."   3:58
7. "Forgiveness Is a Six Gun"   4:33
8. "Waiting for November"   5:06
9. "It's in the Cards"   4:24
10. "Another Night in London"   3:05
11. "Bitter Pill"   4:24
12. "Teach Me to Whisper"   4:01
13. "I See Belief"   3:54
Total length:
Special Edition (Bonus Tracks)
No. Title Length
14. "Self-Affliction"   4:49
15. "Dust Be the Destiny"   3:10
16. "Damning the Heavens"   2:19
17. "Wasted Years" (Iron Maiden cover) 5:00
Total length:




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