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Devils Envy Release “Psycho” – Check Out The New Music Video Here!

Check Out Devils Envy – “Psycho.” (Released April 11th 2018, via Indie Label – Rivergraves Music)

 

Devils Envy Release “Psycho”

Central Florida Rock act, Devils Envy comes firing on all cylinders embracing the charisma, characteristics, and attitude of their star studded heroes to which they would be proud to have inspired, with a brand new single titled “Psycho, ” released April 11th, 2018; an upbeat and insane twist on the old-school rock grooves, fused with heart-pounding drum beats, catchy guitar riffs, and soaring vocal melodies. Paired with psychedelic visuals, their video simply shows a photo of the band, but then the imagery becomes more intense and mesmerizing as the song goes on.

Lead singer, Angel Graves reveals that the song comes from a very confusing time, during one of his passed relationships; “‘Psycho’ is about those moments where even though your significant other is showing boarder-line psychotic behavior, to the point of destroying you emotionally, you love the way it feels. You love the attention, somehow. It’s masochism at its finest. This is just the beginning of a new direction for us… The progress of our music will take a lighter side, less screaming, and more rockin’ choruses that are catchy… This new single is a subtle change from our previous EP.” [Dead Inside, (Oct 2016)]. – Angel Graves

The band is currently promoting their new release by touring the U.S. and have also hinted toward more music coming for 2018.

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About Devils Envy:

Devils Envy is a rock act founded by Artist / Producer, Angel Graves. The band is based in Orlando, FL, USA, and publicly launched in 2016, with their debut single “Look At Me Now” – Which shows a more aggressive side to their music, yet it’s been accepted as an accessible metal-core sound.

Enduring some challenging times throughout the band’s career, Graves decided to take the role as their lead singer and guitarist; Sean St. John on drums; a long-time friend and bandmate to Graves, from their Stiletto Red days (2011-2014), and Austin Diaz (BlackTide) on second guitars. A few notable musicians have contributed to the band’s early development and live performances; Bass player, Zakk Sandler (BlackTide, Falling In Reverse), as well as Vocalist, Justin Sims (Former Tour Manager—Escape The Fate), have been featured as both performers and songwriters on their debut EP, “Dead Inside.” (2016)

In addition to being a performing act, Graves announced in an interview with Rock All Photography(2016):“…the band initially began as a comic series and then was inspired to tell the stories from a musical perspective.” As the band progresses, their comic series is still being developed with the help of “United Forces” comic creator and Illustrator, Gary Düfner. The comic features artwork created by Angel Graves, inspired by real-life events, as well as supernatural beings who aid the well-being of human kind with their unique abilities– Some of the artwork can be seen featured at Megacon, Orlando FL 2018.

The band has released a brand new single since their latest, “Beetlejuice,” (2017); a cover song inspired by the Animated Television Series; Their new single is titled “Psycho,” released on April 11th, 2018, an upbeat and insane twist on the old-school rock grooves, fused with heart-pounding drum beats, catchy guitar riffs, and soaring vocal melodies.

Discovered by Songwriter and Multi-Instrumentalist, Sameer Bhattacharya, (Guitars – Flyleaf), while performing as their keyboardist on tours with Multi-Platinum award winning Rock act, P.O.D.  – Graves worked with the band as their Front of House Engineer and Tour Manager. After working with the band for some time, Sameer offered to mentor him and Devils Envy as their Manager and Representative.

The band has caught the attention of some other heavy hitters in the music industry; Matt Brandyberry of From Ashes To New, Sonny and Marcos of P.O.D., and Joe Cotela and Matthew Reinhart of DED, are among some of the influential rock acts of this decade that have shown support for Angel Graves and Devils Envy, sharing some of the releases with their fans and friends all over social media.

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