“Devil's Playground are pretty incendiary and they've managed to retain some of this fire on record, if brutality and melody are your bag then get ready to play!”
Devil’s Playground exploded onto the UK music scene in late 2015 with a fresh new sound and look. With their wealth of experience, coming from members of previously performing at the likes of Download, Bloodstock, Metal Camp and Bulldog Bash, they set their sights on delivering a punishing and energised live performance!
The band released their first tracks online in November 2015 and followed this us with a heavy gigging schedule to build up momentum, fan base and spread the word of the Devil’s Playground!
Through 2017, Devil’s Playground powered on, earning a solid fan base and played a sold out Bloodstock Open Air in August to, yet again, another huge crowd. The band followed this up with a series of dates with London metallers GraVil, plus various dates around the UK for the rest of 2017/18. The band took some time out to write and record a new album that sums up what Devil's Playground is all about and how they have grown, whilst staying true to the eclectic sound that makes the so individual.
In November 2018, Devil’s Playground finally revealed the title of the new album ‘The Collector’ and unveiled the artwork created by Tom Wood FantasyArt. They successfully funded a kickstarter campaign, and released a single and video for the track ‘Epilogue’ in December 2018. The album is released in January 2019.
2020 saw Devil's Playground release several DIY videos and undertake a LiveStream which was well received and a great representation of their live show.
October '21 will see Devil's Playground release new material and play their first shows with the new line-up and the best they've ever been.
Devil’s Playground are highly addictive and fun to watch, so don't miss them out on the road…….Are you ready to Play?
“This dual vocal combo works exceedingly well, a growling death metal snarl accompanied by the striking singing voice of Leanne gives this band the edge. Delivering full on heavy metal with a twist”
— The Revival Music
“Utilising a number of different styles, the band shift from Hardcore to Nu Metal to Power Metal and Thrash within the space of a few short minutes, but the songs rarely sound busy or cluttered”
— Ghost Cult Mag
“Bringing their own dual male and female vocal to the table really gave them an edge. It was loud, it was angry and you couldn’t help but bang your head to it”
— Midlands Metal Heads