Roy of Mellodic Carnage recently conducted an interview with drummer Vinny Appice (HEAVEN & HELL, BLACK SABBATH, DIO). Appice talked about the Blu-ray release of HEAVEN & HELL's "Live At The Radio City Music Hall"; and Vinny's new band KILL DEVIL HILL, which also features Rex Brown (DOWN, PANTERA). You can now stream the chat in the YouTube clip below.
HEAVEN & HELL's "Live At Radio City Music Hall" 2007 concert was released on Blu-ray disc on May 17 via Eagle Rock Entertainment. The Blu-ray contains lots of bonus features that were not on the original DVD.
KILL DEVIL HILL is the new band featuring Appice on drums, Rex Brown on bass, Mark Zavon (RATT, W.A.S.P., 40 CYCLE HUM) on guitar and Jason "Dewey" Bragg (PISSING RAZORS) on vocals. The group made its live debut on April 29 at the Key Club in Hollywood, California. The group played a 30-minute set which was previously described as "an introduction to what's to come!"
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