NewsMarch 20, 2017 3:02 PM ET6,590 views

Howard Jones, Peter Wichers working on new project

Official press release: Just before Devil You Know get to crackin' on the upcoming album, Howard Jones (ex-Killswitch Engage, Blood Has Been Shed) made a visit to North Carolina, enjoying BBQ and studio time for his new project with Peter Wichers of Soilwork fame. (Further details have yet to be revealed.) Devil You Know will commence song-writing for their much-anticipated third full-length album this month.


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anonymous 3/20/2017 12:37:46 PM

Here for the Serj comments. Not disappointed so far.

anonymous 3/20/2017 12:38:11 PM

Howard Jones is also an EX member of the band "Driven". I have the cassette demo.

anonymous 3/20/2017 12:49:25 PM

This should be good if Jones doesn't get too operatic.

xxxboxxx 3/20/2017 12:51:25 PM

howard jones is *also* the ex member of KsE which he operatically took the band to new heights. fame took its toll, along with obesity and mental illness which inevitability aided to his departure. he vocals still suck, but hey... people like him and he has a big penis so whos complaining. not me... someone behind a computer at a boring job

anonymous 3/20/2017 1:19:08 PM

but why?

anonymous 3/20/2017 5:24:41 PM

Howard needs to get with the musicians from As I Lay dying to make a record. Super metal core that would be

anonymous 3/21/2017 6:40:22 AM

No blood has been shed no care

anonymous 3/21/2017 9:08:48 AM

^-I cannot forget you and your pain.

anonymous 3/21/2017 3:59:41 PM

howard is a boner

anonymous 3/24/2017 9:47:22 PM

Peter wichers riffs pre stabbing the drama are better than any band aside from old soilwork that's ever been mentioned on here. Back to riffs and less concentrating on sub par engineering from Pete would make this a lethal combo (John Stanley for drums?!)

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