Video Premiere: The Devil’s Sons – ‘Wolf Machine’

Hailing from Edmonton, Alberta in Canada, The Devil’s Sons devilishly manufacture a slick blend punk, metal, and rockabilly. Led by Brad Graves on vocals and rhythm guitar, the band are rounded out by the rhythm section of Johnny Crash on drums, Trevor Bernes on bass, lead guitarist Carmen Jak, and keyboardist Rob Stevenson to create an old-fashioned rock ‘n’ roll powerhouse. Celebrating their 10th anniversary as a band, The Devil’s Sons are gearing up for the release of their third album Now And at the Hour of Death, which is out September 13.

Today, The Devil’s Sons are debuting the lyric video for “Wolf Machine,” their second single off the new album. With a darkly metallic tone and the energy of a rockabilly tune, this song is a rip-roaring bolt of rock ‘n’ roll lightning. The video may only be a lyric video, but it’s still vibrant and visceral, matching the tone of the song perfectly.

“This hard-hitting track is a powerful cry for freedom from the powers that be,” the band explain about the new track, “challenging the status quo and demanding the absolute truth. In today’s turbulent political landscape, ‘Wolf Machine’ is a rallying call to question authority and fight for what’s right.”

Check out the video below.

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Photo courtesy of Eric Kozakiewicz

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