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Pleasure To Burn - 2000
A Step From Forever - 2003


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Deville has rapidly become one of Canada's premiere independent, punk rock acts. Based out of Calgary, Deville boasts songs both heavy in emotion and energy. Through years of heavy touring and the release of two full-length albums, Deville has attracted a strong cult following in Canada and the United States.

- "A Step From Forever, Deville's second full-length album, is an excellent step towards reaching a wider audience. It's heavy, tempo-shifting tracks seamlessly blend the best metal elements into a voluminous punk sound" - Mike Bell, The Calgary Sun

Deville is currently working on their third release, and planning a major cross-country support tour. Deville has been looking for label support for their forthcoming release with future plans to venture over-seas and stake their claim in foreign markets. Deville’s song writing has progressed over the years as their music has become more dynamic, marking a turning point from traditional punk rock to hard rock, illustrating their musical diversity.

Founded in 1999 by Rob and Sean Davies, Richard Coumont, and Dave Higgins, Deville recruited accomplished bass-guitar player, Corey Tapp to complete the line-up in 2003. In July of 2000, Deville released "Pleasure to Burn", on Hourglass Records, which has gone on to sell over 3000 copies. The album has since been released in the United States by Jumpstart Records. In December of 2002, Deville went into the studio to record "A Step from Forever." The album was released in February 2003, and sold over 500 copies in its first month with no label support. The album has since gone on to sell over 2500 copies. Deville's seven major tours, covering most of North America, include one with punk-rock legends Good Riddance, which sold out venues across Canada. During February 2003, Deville achieved their first, highly successful headlining tour, selling out venues throughout Western Canada. Deville has since played the Canadian leg of the Vans Warped Tour, and went on the road to support Face To Face & My Chemical Romance during the Face To Face - Only Farewell Tour through Western Canada.

Deville strives to further themselves as professional musicians, while trying to maintain their creative edge. Their love of music and their devotion to their fans drives Deville to excel within the industry. Combined with their intense live presence and their driving sound, Deville is determined to grow as musicians, songwriters and entertainers.