DRY KILL LOGIC Part Ways With Bassist, Seek Replacement

New York-based DRY KILL LOGIC have parted ways with bassist Dave Kowatch and are currently seeking a replacement.

"After 10 years with the band Dave Kowatch has decided to leave [DRY KILL LOGIC], and we wish him the best with all his future plans," vocalist Cliff Rigano said in an official statement. "That being said, as we wrap up recording the new album, we will be looking for a new bass player. If you know anyone interested, have them submit a package (CD, bio, pic, etc.) to Psychodrama Records, Attn: DKL BASSIST SEARCH, PO Box 1490, Port Chester NY 10573."

The band, who parted ways with Roadrunner Records last year after releasing one album through the company, are continuing work on the material for their sophomore CD, tentatively due early next year through an as-yet-undetermined label.

"We went in last Wednesday to track drums for three new songs that we wrote last week," said Cliff. "The good part about all this free time is that we get to make sure that only the best songs make it onto the new record, and these 3 definitely CRUSH. We're busting our ass not only to make sure this record is the BEST record it can be, but also to get it the f**k out, so we're optimistic that it will all be worked out early in the New Year." Two songs planned for inclusion on the band's forthcoming album can be downloaded from their web site: "Lost" (mp3), "Hindsight" (mp3).

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