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The Merriam-Webster dictionary:
1) Something very trying or provoking <having a devil of a time with this problem>
2) The difficult, deceptive, or problematic part of something <the devil is in the details>
1) A tribal poet-singer skilled in composing and reciting verses on heroes and their deeds.
2) A composer, singer, or declaimer of epic or heroic verse.
The Devils Bards is exactly that: a band of three individuals, each a singer and songwriter in his or her own right. Three individuals who, at an early age, found that music was their only means of relieving the pain brought about by some of the experiences of life. Naturally, the songs of these bards were not born from the tales of heroes. Rather, from the loss, heartbreak, hopelessness, fear, loneliness, greed, rejection, lies, and insecurities that have burrowed their ways into even the healthiest of bodies and minds. Their talent came from their desire for some sort of cathartic expulsion of their pain and nightmares.
And it worked. Well adjusted as they may be, it’s due largely to the fact that these songs are the exorcisms of their devils. Hopefully they can be yours as well…