KILL DEVIL HILL the new band featuring acclaimed drummer Vinny Appice (Black Sabbath, Heaven and Hell, Dio) and bassist Rex Brown, (Pantera, Down) guitar slinger Mark Zavon and lead vocalist Dewey Bragg are gearing up to hit the road August 1st. More dates are expected to be announced shortly. A list of confirmed dates can be found below.
The band will be offering VIP Packages for all of their upcoming headline dates. The packages are available for purchase HERE. Please keep in mind that the VIP Package is an upgrade and does not include a ticket for the show.
The VIP Package includes:
– Early entry into the venue (where permitted)
– Access to attend sound check
– Commemorative Laminate
– Exclusive T Shirt
– Autographed Photo
– Meet & Greet with KILL DEVIL HILL.
– Take a photo with the band (using your own camera), get one personal item signed.
In new KILL DEVIL HILL tour news, the guys will be supporting legendary shock rocker Alice Cooper this November. This jaunt kicks off November 23rd and runs through November 29th. More dates may be added, be sure to stay tuned to the official KILL DEVIL HILL website for the latest tour updates.
KILL DEVIL HILL‘s self-titled debut album was released May 22nd via Steamhammer/SPV and landed at #9 on the Billboard Top New Artist Albums (HeatSeekers) Chart, #41 on the Top Hard Music Chart and #50 on the Independent Album Chart.
The band has released a video for the single “Strange”. Check it out on the SPV YouTube Channel HERE.
It’s not easy to say what catches the listener’s attention first on Kill Devil Hill, the debut album by the newly formed band of the same name: the strong guitar hooks, the killer grooves, the dynamic production or the potent vocal melodies. Rex Brown, bassist of this super group and erstwhile member of Pantera and Down sees KILL DEVIL HILL in its entirety as an extremely exciting new band “To me, this band is a musical adventure trip,” he reckons. Brown knows what he’s talking about, after all he was involved in some of the most important rock and metal recordings of the past 30 years. So if Brown can hardly contain his enthusiasm, there must be something special to the KILL DEVIL HILL phenomenon.
KILL DEVIL HILL LIVE:
8/1: Las Vegas, NV @ Cheyenne Saloon
8/2: Scottsdale, AZ @ Martini Ranch
8/3: San Diego, CA @ Ramona Mainstage
8/4: Hollywood, CA @ The Key Club
8/5: Oakland, CA @ The New Parish
8/9: Calgary, AL @ The Distillery
8/10: Drumheller, AB @ Dinosaur Downs Stampede Barn
8/11: Red Deer, AB @ The Vat
8/12: Edmonton, AB @ The Pawnshop
8/15: London, ON @ Norma Jeans
8/16: Hamilton, ON @ Corktown
8/17: Toronto, ON @ The Rockpile
8/18: Montreal, QC @ Underworld
8/19: Quebec City, QC @ L’Agipee
8/20: Ottawa, ON @ Mavericks
8/24: Portland, ME @ Port City Music Hall
8/25: Greenwich, RI @ The Rock Junction
8/26: Clifton, NJ @ Dingbatz
8/29: Albany, NY @ Bogies
8/30: Rochester, NY @ Montage Music Hall
8/31: Marlborough, MA @ The Lazy Dog
9/1: Long Island, NY @ Revolution
9/4: Winston, Salem, NC @ Ziggy’s
9/7: Lancaster, OH @ Mickey’s
9/8: Chesterfield, MI @ New York, New York
9/12: Cleveland, OH @ Peabody’s
9/13: Chicago, IL @ Double Door
9/14: Joliet, IL @ Mojoes
9/15: Janesville, WI @ Back Bar
With Alice Cooper:
11/23: Denver, CO @ The Paramount Theater
11/25: Reno, NV @ The Grand Sierra Theater
11/27: San Francisco, CA @ The Warfield Theater
11/29: Los Angeles, CA @ The Orpheum Theater