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The Devil's Music Premieres New Song "Can You Hear Me"

After Devilment founder Daniel J. Finch departed the band in 2014, he got to work on The Devil's Music, a new project offering up groovy and powerful music that covers the metallic spectrum.

A self-titled album is due out in early September, and we're stoked to be heralding that release with an exclusive premiere of new song "Can You Hear Me."

This one goes a significantly different direction both musically and vocally from the previously released track "From Beyond" (available at Bandcamp here) - check it out below.

Finch comments on the new track: "It's one of those songs that just feels like someone punched you in the face. Lee (Collapse The Sky) vocals are so hard, I'm amazed at what a talent he is. The solo is James from One Machine and that guy can shred. This is certainly one of my favorite tracks on the album."

The full track listing for "The Devil's Music" will be as follows:

1. From Beyond (vocals by Jambles Darby of The BloodShake Chorus)
2. Can You Hear Me (vocals by Lee Margaillan of Collapse The Sky)
3. Break Through (vocals by Ian Messy Messenger of Scream Serenity)
4. Phoenix (vocals by Jordan Fennell of Scream Serenity)
5. The Smile That Hurts (vocals by Caeser of Ides of Winter)
6. The Strange And Dark (vocals by Benjamin Skirka of (Iron Glove & Philophobia)
7. This Is The End (vocals by James Brett Marten of Hedra)
8. Dvoid Of Light (vocals by Edwin "Wrything" Mascorn of ex Episeed)
9. Cthulu (vocals by Vlad “Viper” Yasinsky of Viper Inc)
10. Hate (vocals by Matt Golder of Die A Villain)

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