12 Songs, 50 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Metal fans: start up the circle pit. DevilDriver is known for its wicked pace, releasing an album a year like clockwork. Trust No One breaks this schedule and the extra year pays off with added intensity. The groove metal band looks at the state of humanity and responds accordingly. “Bad Deeds,” “Retribution,” and “Daybreak” are like a dust storm of double-bass drums and swirling guitar, anchored by Dez Fafara’s raw throat. You might not be preparing to battle the kraken with a rusty switchblade, but Trust No One has enough adrenalin to power even the most mundane tasks.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Metal fans: start up the circle pit. DevilDriver is known for its wicked pace, releasing an album a year like clockwork. Trust No One breaks this schedule and the extra year pays off with added intensity. The groove metal band looks at the state of humanity and responds accordingly. “Bad Deeds,” “Retribution,” and “Daybreak” are like a dust storm of double-bass drums and swirling guitar, anchored by Dez Fafara’s raw throat. You might not be preparing to battle the kraken with a rusty switchblade, but Trust No One has enough adrenalin to power even the most mundane tasks.

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