DRY KILL LOGIC Announce New Bassist

DRY KILL LOGIC have announced the addition of bassist Brendan Duff (100 DEMONS, A THOUSAND FALLING SKIES) to the group's ranks. "We've always known that Brendan was the man for this job, and it's been a long time coming," vocalist Cliff Rigano said in a statement. "We are stoked to have such a close friend and tremendous musician in the band. Brendan will be joining us on our upcoming U.K./European tour as well as recording bass on the new record, and we are unbelievably excited about 2006 and beyond! He replaces Casey Mahoney, another dear friend to the DRY KILL LOGIC camp. We have nothing but love and respect for Casey, so when you see him around (and you definitely will), be sure to stop and give him a hug!"

In other news, DRY KILL LOGIC "have been locked in our studio writing non-stop for the new record," Rigano added. "People always ask what the new record is going to sound like.... I like to tell them a mix of gospel, dance and '80s new wave, just to get a rise out of them. All jokes aside, though, the writing is coming along great — the new music is definitely aggressive, and the guys have really been stepping up the riffs, songwriting and musicianship. Hopefully I don't drop the ball with the vocals and lyrics. We're really excited for you all to hear the new music!"

DRY KILL LOGIC's "New Level of Aggression" European headlining tour is scheduled to kick off March 30 in London, England.

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.


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