DRY KILL LOGIC frontman Cliff Rigano has told Chronix Radio that the group's next album will be titled "Of Vengeance and Violence". The follow-up to 2004's "The Dead and Dreaming" is tentatively scheduled for release on September 19.To listen to a 10-minute interview with DRY KILL LOGIC's Cliff Rigano, conducted by Chronix Radio's Keith Loines, visit www.chronixradio.com. As previously reported, DRY KILL LOGIC's cover of the DANZIG classic "Dirty Black Summer" has been made available for streaming at this location. The song comes off the group's upcoming EP/DVD, entitled "The Magellen Complex", due on June 27 via Psychodrama/Repossession Records. Described by the band as a "tribute to the fans," the CD also contain a cover version of GUNS N' ROSES' "It's So Easy", plus an original track called "From Victim To Killer" that will be included on DRY KILL LOGIC's upcoming album. On the DVD, fans will find footage from the band's early days, including never-before-seen interviews on the road and in the studio, the video for "Paper Tiger" and more. Further details are available at this location. DRY KILL LOGIC's latest album, "The Dead and Dreaming", is available now on Repossession Records. "The Dead and Dreaming" is the follow-up to the acclaimed "The Darker Side of Nonsense", which was released in 2001 through Roadrunner Records. DRY KILL LOGIC recently announced the addition of bassist Brendan Duff (100 DEMONS, A THOUSAND FALLING SKIES) to the group's ranks.
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