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In a world where the lines between light and shade are being constantly shifted, it is refreshing to come across a band who embrace life to its fullest while still enjoying the many and varied excesses a musical lifestyle offers.

Described as a pure glam slam boogie woogie rock n roll outfit, Omaha’s The Midnight Devils are a breath of fresh air on the global music scene, partying all over the world and taking ass and kicking names anywhere and everywhere they go.

Frontman/bassist Sam Spade, guitarist Sniper and drummer Jimmy Mess have worked tireless for almost a decade, plying their trade and delivering their infectious brand of glam metal wherever possible over two previous albums Something Bigger and Never Beg For It, but it is their new album So Hard It Hurts – out July 5 – that has fans and critics alike salivating at the prospect that finally The Midnight Devils might just be rewarded for effort.

With an Australian national support slot to Bon But Not Forgotten looming on the horizon, followed by the bands first ever tour of Japan, Sam Spade sat down with HEAVY to talk life, music and justice The Midnight Devils way.

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