NEW YORK - FULL DEVIL JACKET have released a new music video for their single "Killers" today exclusively via Revolver Magazine. "The video shoot was really cool," says drummer Keith Foster. "It was in the woods just outside our hometown in Tennessee. The director Rob Nelson was awesome to work with and made it a breeze!" The video comes as the band is out on the road with BUCKCHERRY in continued support of their latest LP, Valley Of Bones. 

The video, directed by Rob Nelson of Wired Films, is the second video to come from Valley Of Bones. The band released a video for the title track earlier this year. 
The band released VALLEY OF BONES on March 31, 2015 via eOne Music, their first full length in over a decade. Produced by Justin Rimer (12 Stones), it’s a victorious and impossible to ignore sophomore slab, simultaneously resurrecting and updating the band’s hard rock sound. Longtime fans will recognize plenty of signature elements, but this is the Full Devil Jacket of old on steroids. 

When asked what went into the new effort, Brown offers, “When we write music, we only write it if it’s real. I only sing it if I believe in it. II only write it if I’ve experienced it. When I listen to some rock n’ roll music today, I hear the same important sounding words as the bands I grew up listening to, but I don’t hear any conviction. Everything I write about, I’ve lived.” 

The gritty sludge of Down is a great reference point for Valley Of Bones, as well as the dark melody of the mighty Alice In Chains and Modern Rock accessibility of Stone Sour. There’s even some old school, throbbing hard rock grit and grime, particularly in songs like “Picturebox Voodoo,” a scathing indictment of the mainstream media and a pop culture that obscures designs toward the apocalypse. Full Devil Jacket is a band that had the world at their fingertips, lost it all, and now rises again. 

“If I can share with people my struggle and my mistakes and tell them there is hope,” says Brown, “even when we stumble, we rise again. That’s what it’s all about.”