Recent SPV Records signees DRY KILL LOGIC and THE MORE I SEE will be playing a showcase, open to the public, at The Underworld in London on August 19. Doors are at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are 6.50£ in advance and 8.00£ at the door.
DRY KILL LOGIC will be presenting material from their upcoming album "The Dead And Dreaming" (due on September 27). Commented guitarist Jason Bozzi: "The early response to the new music has been nothing short of unbelievable, and the future looks bright." It's been three long years since their successful tour with SPINESHANK through the U.K., but coming off last year's Jaegermeister Music Tour in the U.S. with SLAYER and HATEBREED, this promises to be a not-to-be-missed event.
Peterborough's THE MORE IS SEE, the new band of PRODIGY guitarist Gizz Butt (ex-ENGLISH DOGS, JANUS STARK) will be hitting the stage as well, providing music laden with heart-stopping melodies, skin-flaying guitar work, jaw-shattering dynamics and a palpable sense that something genuinely important is happening. Their Andy Sneap-mixed album "The Wolves Are Hungry" will also be released on September 27.
On August 15, DRY KILL LOGIC will open for MOTÖRHEAD in Braunschweig, Germany (Jolly Joker) as part of the "VIVA Hell's Kitchen" show.
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