DRY KILL LOGIC: Another New Song Posted Online

DRY KILL LOGIC has posted another new song, entitled "4039", on its MySpace page. The track comes off the group's follow-up to 2004's "The Dead and Dreaming", entitled "Of Vengeance and Violence", which is scheduled for release on September 19.

Regarding the upcoming CD, DRY KILL LOGIC frontman Cliff Rigano recently said, "It's definitely in-your-face, aggressive music. We've never compromised our integrity for a quick glimpse of success, never wrote a record with the pipe dream of crossover radio accessibility and never turned our backs on the style of music we write or the people that appreciate it."

DRY KILL LOGIC's EP/DVD, entitled "The Magellen Complex", was released on June 27 via Psychodrama/Repossession Records. Described by the band as a "tribute to the fans," the CD also contains 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.

As previously reported, DRY KILL LOGIC has been added to the upcoming FEAR FACTORY / DEVILDRIVER Australian tour for three shows in September. The details are as follows:

Sep. 15 – Brisbane, AUS - The Tivoli
Sep. 16 - Sydney, AUS - Big Top Luna Park
Sep. 17 - Melbourne, AUS - The Palace

A European tour will follow in October/November.

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