Naples, Italy based punk’n’roll duo The Devils has released a brand new video for »Time Is Gonna Kill Me«!
This song is the second single taken from their latest album, »Live At Maximum Festival«, out on January 20th, 2023 via Go Down Records.
01. I Appeared To The Madonna
02. Real Man
03. Life Is A Bitch
04. Time Is Gonna Kill Me
05. Put Your Devil Into My Ass
06. Roll With Me
07. Coitus Interruptus (From A Priest)
08. Magic Sam
09. Drunk Town
10. Guts Is Enough
11. Shaking Satan’s Balls
12. Radio Maria Anthem
13. The Devil’s Trick Is Not A Treat
14. Red Grave
Courtesy of All Noir PR:
After the release of their latest album »Live At Maximum Festival«, Italy’s very own The Devils follow up with a brand new music video for the track »Time Is Gonna Kill Me«.
The duo from Naples embodies the ultimate sound of chaos; their style is primitive, loaded with sex, sin and rock’n’roll!
The band on »Time Is Gonna Kill Me«: “There is no poetic content in our music. Actually this song says that we don’t kill time, but time is gonna kill us. The music is inspired by Otis Rush blues, who clearly explained that ‘Someone promises you the world and then gives you nothing: that’s the blues’.”
»Live At Maximum Festival« by The Devils is out NOW on Go Down Records and available for purchase at THIS LOCATION!
The Devils formed in Naples, in 2015. Their first two albums »Sin, You Sinners!« (2016) and »Iron Butt« (2017) were produced by Jim Diamond (The White Stripes, The Sonics, The Dirtbombs) and released by Voodoo Rhythm Records. Since 2016 they have been constantly touring, performing more than 500 shows throughout Europe, UK and Canada.
Their third album »Beast Must Regret Nothing« (2021) was produced by Alain Johannes (QOTSA, Them Crooked Vultures, Chris Cornell, PJ Harvey) and includes a featuring with Mark Lanegan.
Gianni Blacula rapes the guitar, Erika Switchblade beats the drums. The Devils embody the ultimate sound of chaos; their style is primitive, loaded with sex, sin and rock’n’roll. They are wild, thundering and sexy. The duo’s name is a tribute to Ken Russell’s cult movie »The Devils« from 1971.
They have toured with The Sonics, Jon Spencer & The Hitmakers, Boss Hog, Mudhoney, GBH, The Monsters and many more. They have played many European festivals, including Azkena Rock Festival, Helldorado, Clanx Festival, Beaches Brew, Sleazefest, Cosmic Trip, Gambeat and so on.
The Devils are:
Erika Switchblade – Vox, Drums
Gianni Blacula – Vox, Guitar