Full Devil Jacket


You want to start the new year off with something a little heavy? Then check out Full Devil Jacket and their soon to be released CD Valley of Bones.  Be warned, this group is no soft pop rock group.  This is full throttle in your face heavy metal.  The group is out of Jackson TN and released their first CD Wax Box back in 1999.  The group has had some commercial success, with videos appearing on MTV and two singles hitting the mainstream rock charts in 2000 with “Now You Know” reaching #23 and “Where Did You Go” reaching #19.  Their songs have appeared on movie soundtracks for Scream 3 and Heavy Metal 2000.

Members of the band are Josh Brown Vocals, Keith Foster Drums, Moose Douglass Bass, Brian Kirk Guitar, and Paul Varnick Guitar.


The CD is scheduled for release on January 20th 2014, you can get a little preview of the CD from the “Seven Times Down” video below.

To learn more about the group, visit their website at http://www.fulldeviljacket.net


Muses from the front range of the Rocky Mountains

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2 comments on “Full Devil Jacket
  1. chaotican says:

    That is awfully uncomfortable but powerful to watch. Thank you!

  2. Kirk says:

    Can’t wait for this one!!! If the other tracks jam like 7 Times Down it’ll be off the chain!!!

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