KINLIN, the new Florida-based band featuring YNGWIE MALMSTEEN drummer and acclaimed session musician Patrick Johansson along with former members of 5SKIN, has been confirmed for the 93 Rock Christmas Khaos, set to take place Saturday, November 25, 2006 at Bayfront Park in Miami, Florida. Also scheduled to appear are GODSMACK, ARMY OF ANYONE, SALIVA, SPARTA, and DEADSTAR ASSEMBLY.
For more information, visit 93rock.com.
KINLIN's self-titled debut album was released in March. Recorded and mixed in Fort Lauderdale, Florida by guitarist/vocalist Dewayne Hart, the CD was described in a press release as "in-your-face hard rock that combines influences of the four members' totally different music styles." The group's lineup is rounded out by guitarist Tom Lynch and bassist Dave Thomas.
Johansson toured with W.A.S.P. earlier in the year as the band's session drummer.
For more information on KINLIN, visit the band's MySpace page.
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