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Devil's Cuntry (yes, it's spelled right)



Do you like country music... and satan? You just might like Devil's Cuntry, a Utah County band that plays old-style country with more abrasive, dark lyrics and shows.--- In fact, they might be among the few country bands that have mosh-pits at their shows. Some of their songs include "Hittin' That Bottle Again" and "Coke and Whiskey." A lot of their songs are themed on drinking, and serve that purpose well.

Check out their music here.