The Devil's Own
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The Devil's Own

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Everything Is Broken Always, 2004


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"Unfuckwithable..." writes Rolling Stone magazine, "... the most compelling argument railing against the impoverished state of what is currently considered to be Rock'n'Roll."...

"Everything Is Broken Always" is a forty-six minute and thirty-three second reason as to why Rock'n'Roll has such a tarnished reputation and equally as to why it shouldn't," exclaims Spin Magazine...

We are The Devil's Own and we are here to announce, firstly that the above statements are false and ficticious. Neither Rolling Stone nor Spin have even heard of us (yet). But if they did, that's pretty much what they should say. Neither here nor there. Brass Tacts: We've been going at this since January, 2003. We DO NOT subscribe or pander to any trends what-so-ever. We play what some would label as Alternative Country, Honky-Skronk, Insurgent Country, Americana, etc... We simply prefer to call it Honky-Tonk'n'Roll. The songs tend to be of the standard Country fair lyrically... You know, boy meets girl, boy fucks girl, boy realizes the error of his ways and drinks that shit right off. There are a few added curve balls and punches contained therein but other than that, it's a "write what you know" kinda deal.

To our credit, we have shared the stage with many a great and talented bands and artists: Scott H. Biram, I Can Lick Any Sonofabitch In the House, Carolyn Mark, Mojo Apostles, Mark Insley, Richmond Fontaine, Runaway Boys, Jackass, Plain High Drifters, Jeffrey Luck Lucas, Madera Road, Electric Boogie Dawgz, Porkchop Express, Slowfinger and many more.

We have one self-released CD titled "Everything Is Broken Always" that you could buy off CDBaby ( ) or you could secure a copy for your very own at one of our shows. We'd love to play at your BBQ, wedding, truckstop dinner date, local dive bar or low brow venue.