DevilDriver withdraws from the 20th Anniversary Wisconsin Death Trip Tour

In wake of the recent news that Dez Fafara’s wife, Anastasia Fafara, has been diagnosed with cancer, DevilDriver has been forced to withdraw from the 20th Anniversary Wisconsin Death Trip Tour, so that Dez may remain home to care for her and his family.

Drowning Pool and Musroomhead will now appear on select dates, while Dope, Wednesday 13, and Raven Black will remain part of the tour as originally scheduled.

Message from Dez:

“Hello everyone,
My wife has been diagnosed with cancer.
I will be staying home to care for her and be by her side every minute as she begins her Cancer fight with surgery and further treatments.
Apologies to all but I’m sure you all understand that family comes before work.
We thank you for all your well wishes at this time .”

-Dez Fafara

New Album, Outlaws ‘Til The End, Out Now! via Napalm Records

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Outlaws ‘Til The End Interview Series Part 6:

Playing These Songs Live

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The Cash Cabin

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The Lyrics

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The Guests

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Is This a Country Album?

Outlaws ‘Til The End Interview Series Part 1:

Intro To Outlaw Country

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