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Trust No One is the seventh studio album from American groove metal band DevilDriver. The album was released on May 13, 2016, via Napalm Records. This is the first Devildriver album since guitarist Jeff Kendrick and drummer John Boecklin departed and were replaced by Neal Tiemann and Austin D'Amond, respectively Trust No One. Studio album by. DevilDriver.
Trust No One is the solo debut from Dave Navarro. This album is a personal and dark look into Dave’s life. Trust No One started out as a side project with the Red Hot Chili Pepper’s drummer Chad Smith called Spread, back when Dave was still with the Chili Peppers. Chad eventually left the project, which was also forced to change its name due to a conflict with another band already using the Spread moniker. The Japanese import versions of this album includes the Spread demo tracks The Bed, a cover of the Lou Reed song, and Somebody Else. The bonus tracks are not listed on the album artwork, but are listed on the lyric sheet and present on the disc. There are several promotional versions of this album.
The album was released on 27 August 2013 by Napalm Records, their first album release since leaving Roadrunner Outlaws 'til the End, Untitled double-album (2017-present).
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On their forthcoming record the band teamed up with producer and previous collaborator, Mark Lewis (Cannibal Corpse, Coal Chamber, Holy Grail) at Audio Hammer Studios. Trust No One features 10 ferocious tracks that snarl and snap their jaws on listeners with an infectious and unrelenting force
Trust No One (stylized as trust no on. is the seventh studio album from American band DevilDriver. The record was released on May 13, 2016. It is the first album since 2013's Winter Kills, making it the longest time span between two albums in the band's history due to vocalist Dez Fafara reuniting with his former band, Coal Chamber. Trust No One is the first album without original members John Boecklin and Jeff Kendrick on drums and guitars, respectively.
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