Ex-VENOM Guitarist's DRYLL Announces New Singer

DRYLL (formerly DRILL), the U.K.-based band featuring former guitarist VENOM and founding member Jeff "Mantas" Dunn, has announced the addition of singer Scott Michael Cavagan to the group's ranks.

The band is currently in the studio recording material for its debut CD, tentatively due next year. Live dates are also in the process of being booked.

DRYLL is:

Scott Michael Cavagan - Vocals
Jeff "Mantas" Dunn - Guitar
Andy Metal - Guitar
Kalle Knecht - Bass
Bo Striker - Drums

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For more info and to hear the first demo song featuring Scott, visit the band's MySpace page.

In other news, Mantas recently played session guitar with German metallers LAST ONE DYING on their European tour. Photos from the trek can be found at this location.

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