THE BRONX CASKET CO.: Tour Dates Announced

THE BRONX CASKET CO., the side project of OVERKILL bassist DD Verni and SEVEN WITCHES guitarist Jack Frost, have lined up the following dates during the coming weeks:

Mar. 26 - BB Kings – New York, NY
Apr. 02 - Starland Ballroom - Sayreville, NJ
Apr. 30 - The Palladium – Worcester, MA (New England Metal and Hardcore Festival)

As previously reported, THE BRONX CASKET CO. have uploaded their award-winning video for the song "Little Dead Girl" at this location (Windows Media). The track comes off the group's third album, "Hellectric", available now on Regain Records (Candlelight Records in the U.S.).

THE BRONX CASKET CO. recently parted ways with singer Myke Hideous (a.k.a. SpY; ex-MISFITS). No reason was given for his departure. Verni will be handling all lead vocals in the band going forward.


DD Verni – Guitar, Vocals, Bass
Rob Pallotta – Drums
Jack Frost – Guitars
Charlie Calv – Keyboards


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