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Authority Zero Frontman Jason DeVore 4th Solo LP, ”Til The Voice Goes Out” is out now

Jason DeVore, the frontman for Arizona punk legends Authority Zero, has released his fourth solo album, ‘Til The Voice Goes Out.

The new release is out via Double Helix Records (USA), in collaboration with SBÄM Records (Austria) and Caffeine Bomb Records (Japan).

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Jason DeVore new album release

There are some pretty massive names attached to this release, including Tom Lord-Alge (credited with projects for Blink-182, Weezer, Fall Out Boy, The Rolling Stones), who mixed the album’s opening track and lead single (“Turn It Off!”), and Grammy Award-winner Jason Livermore (recognized for his work with Rise Against, NOFX, Hot Water Music, Descendents) who mastered the album at The Blasting Room in Fort Collins.

You can listen to I’m On A Beach and Turn It Off below:

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Speaking in a press release for the new album, DeVore explained how the music of Jeff Buckley influenced his solo material: “Listening to Jeff Buckley’s music quite literally changed my life and outlook on singing,” recalled DeVore.

“It was so beautiful and passionate in a way that I had never tapped into with my own songwriting. The melodies, the finesse, the flow, and the intensity—it would raise the hairs on my neck.

“All of it captivated me. I was immediately inspired to pick up an acoustic guitar to learn to play it and to simultaneously learn to sing better and more cohesively.”

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