DRY KILL LOGIC: No Plans To Jump On Metalcore Bandwagon
DRY KILL LOGIC will enter the studio in February with producers Eddie Wohl and Rob Caggiano (CRADLE OF FILTH, ANTHRAX) of Scrap 60 to begin recording their third album, tentatively due next spring. "The guys are writing some killer riffs, and I think it's going to be another progression in the evolution of this band," vocalist Cliff Rigano writes on the group's web site. "We're still going to be aggressive musically and vocally without jumping on the metalcore bandwagon like so many other bands. We are us, we write what we like and if you enjoyed the first two records you're definitely going to enjoy this one!"
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/Island Def Jam Records.
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