DevilDriver Unveil Fiery New Video For ‘My Night Sky’
The video was debuted on High Times, and DevilDriver frontman Dez Fafara is a well-known proponent of legalizing marijuana.
“Cannabis has played a major part in my life, first helping me get past my ADD as a kid,” Fafara says. “Now, later into my adult life, its benefits are overwhelmingly positive—everything from sparking creativity to lowering blood pressure as well as helping me focus… Just plain and simple, [it’s great for] taking the edge off my day and nights as a family man that runs four businesses."
In an interview with Loudwire's Full Metal Jackie, Fafara talked about the inspiration behind Trust No One. "I raised my children with a huge sticker on the refrigerator for a long time saying, 'Question Authority,'" says Fafara. "And Trust No One is basically along those lines. I don’t think 'question authority' would have really worked for a title."
The singer continues, "You've got to watch people, you got to watch them before you bring them into your circle, and after you do bring them into your circle you got to watch them even closer, and as they exit you will realize that a lot of the times, people as they exit they are not, or where not what they said they were the whole time they were in your life."
DevilDriver will be going back on the road later this month. They kick off a European tour July 28 in Slovenia that includes both headlining dates and festival appearances. Their next U.S. show is Ozzfest Meets Knotfest Sept. 24 in San Bernardino, Calif. For their complete tour schedule, go here.
Dez Fafara Talks Early Influences + More