DEVIL IN A BLACK DRESS: First Song Posted Online

"Killer" , a brand new song from DEVIL IN A BLACK DRESS, the new Los Angeles-based band featuring vocalist Frank Cassara (COLLAPSING LUNGS, L.U.N.G.S.), Grammy-nominated drummer Aaron Rossi (MINISTRY, PRONG, REVOLTING COCKS), and two-time-Grammy-nominated guitarist Sin Quirin (MINISTRY, REVOLTING COCKS, LORDS OF ACID), can be streamed in the ReverbNation TuneWidget below.

DEVIL IN A BLACK DRESS recently recorded a three-song demo at Gourmet Sound Studios in Encino, California with producer (and BAD RELIGION guitarist) Greg Hetson.

Commented Hetson: "A friend of mine played me a demo of theirs and asked me if I would be interested in working with the band. After a few listens, I really liked their blend of metal, electronica and percussion. So here I am, producing the band."

DEVIL IN A BLACK DRESS will make its live debut on Thursday, June 9 at the Galaxy Theater in Santa Ana, California as the support act for FRONT LINE ASSEMBLY and DIE KRUPPS.

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