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Devil To Pay Putting Final Touches On New Album "Fate Is Your Muse"

Indianapolis-based Devil To Pay is in the process of putting the final touches on a fourth album and looking at a March 2013 release. The following press release was issued about the album:

"The new album, tentatively titled 'Fate is your Muse,' is a collection of hard hitting metaphysical introspection after vocalist-guitarist Steve Janiak’s self-described ‘epiphany’ in 2011. With topics ranging from reincarnation, quantum physics, alternate universes, the illusion of time, and the mystery of consciousness itself, each song is like a window with a different view on reality.

"Fusing monstrous Sabbath-like riffs with memorable melodies and intricate instrumental textures, the album takes Devil To Pay to untold levels of musical and lyrical growth. Tracking began late this summer at Azmyth Studios with Ryan Adkins at the helm, getting the levels just right. The final mixes were turned in to rock n’ roll preservationist Tony Reed, at HeavyHead Studios, for final mastering.

"In the meantime, Devil To Pay and GloryHole Records will soon be releasing an advance 7” single on red and black colored vinyl, featuring the supercharged 'This Train Won’t Stop' and the boogie-laden 'Tie One On.' The record will be available on the GloryHole Records web site and at the band’s release party on December 8th at Radio Radio in Indianapolis.

"A group that started off as a side project, Devil To Pay has become the primary vehicle of expression for each band members’ love of music. What began as a stoner rock outfit with a doom edge has morphed into a genre-bending and multi-faceted heavy rock unit. The band hails the almighty riff, but never forgets that the song is still king. This attention to detail is what will keep a melody stuck in your head for days on end, and what elevates Devil To Pay above the monotony. Now celebrating their 10th year, Devil To Pay has aged like Kentucky bourbon, distilling a culmination of years of sweat, highway miles, cigarette smoke and hangovers into crushing compositions and bone-jarring, heavy musical moments."

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