Eat your hearts out, Tool.
You aren’t the only band to go 13 years without releasing new music. Dry Kill Logic returned this week with its first new music in as many years. The New York-based metal outfit debuted its new single ‘Vices’ on iTunes, Apple Music, Google Play and Spotify.
‘Vices’ is the title track from the band’s forthcoming fourth full-length studio recording. The album’s official release date has not been announced.
While Vices will be the band’s fourth album under the DKL moniker, it is not the band’s first recording. It released two EPs — ‘Cause Moshing Is Good Fun and Elemental Evil in 1997 and 1999 respectively — under the moniker of Hinge. Copyright issues with the name eventually led the band to change its name to Dry Kill Logic.
The band’s debut album under the DKL name, The Darker Side of Nonsense was released in 2001 through Roadrunner Records. It was followed up with the release of The Dead and Dreaming in 2004 through its own label, Psychodrama Records and with Of Vengeance in Violence in 2006. That record was also released through Psychodrama Records.
The EPs Rot and The Megellan Complex were released in 2002 and 2006 respectively under the DKL name.
DKL front man Cliff Rigano said in a recent interview that he was excited about the release of the band’s new single.
“After 13 years, we couldn’t be more excited to be releasing music again and ‘Vices’ is the perfect reintroduction,” he said.
More information on Dry Kill Logic’s new single and forthcoming album is available online at:
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