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More productive in their second incarnation, HowManyDevils released their second full length album Flesh Reunion on Friday 13th of February, 2015. Immediately following that they began writing album number 3, starting with the track Village Of Dolls.

In late 2011 HowManyDevils reformed to mark the 13th anniversary of splitting up by recording the 13EP - released on Friday, 13th January 2012. In 2013 the band regrouped and began writing and recording a second album, Flesh Reunion.

HowManyDevils could have been, but weren't. They existed briefly in Sheffield between 1996 and 1999, and were based around a core of Rob McCormack (Destruction Junkie), Simon Jeffries, and Pete Benson (PJ Benson). Drummers came and went like it was Spinal Tap, as did some other singers. For the Flesh Reunion album Rob or Simon took on the drumming, while wearing a cardboard box on their head and going by the name Stumpy Boxhead.

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