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Winter Kills

DevilDriver

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1.1
Oath of the Abyss  EXPLICIT
DevilDriver
5:36
1.2
Ruthless  EXPLICIT
DevilDriver
4:09
1.3
Desperate Times  EXPLICIT
DevilDriver
4:08
1.4
Winter Kills  EXPLICIT
DevilDriver
4:54
1.5
The Appetite  EXPLICIT
DevilDriver
4:46
1.6
Gutted  EXPLICIT
DevilDriver
3:28
1.7
Curses And Epitaphs  EXPLICIT
DevilDriver
5:04
1.8
Carings Overkill  EXPLICIT
DevilDriver
4:35
1.9
Haunting Refrain  EXPLICIT
DevilDriver
4:59
1.10
Tripping Over Tombstones  EXPLICIT
DevilDriver
3:38
1.11
Sail  EXPLICIT
DevilDriver
4:04
1.12
Shudder  EXPLICIT
DevilDriver
4:04
1.13
Back Down To The Grave  EXPLICIT
DevilDriver
4:46
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    58:11
Billboard Top Hard Rock Albums - #3 (2013)

Winter Kills is the sixth studio album from American groove metal band DevilDriver This is the first Devildriver album to feature new bassist Chris Towning who was a touring member from 2012 until joining permanently in February 2013. Recording of instrumental parts took place at Audiohammer Studios in Sanford, Florida and the album was produced by Mark Lewis.
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