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Kill Devil Hill, pitriff, news, heavy metal, interviews, reviewsKILL DEVIL HILL - the band featuring Vinny Appice (HEAVEN & HELL, BLACK SABBATH, DIO) on drums, Rex Brown (PANTERA, DOWN) on bass, Mark Zavon (RATT, W.A.S.P.) on guitar and Jason "Dewey" Bragg (PISSING RAZORS) on vocals - have announced a string of European tour dates this September. The band's upcoming live itinerary can be found below.

Kill Devil Hill will release their self-titled debut on the following dates:

North America: May 22nd
Germany: May 25th
Europe: May 28th

A preview clip of the new song, 'Revenge' , joins the previously posted sample of 'War Machine', both available via the band's official Facebook page. Click here to check them out.

"Hard rock/metal," is how Rex Brown describes the band to Martin Popoff from BraveWords.com. "You have your elements of older-style hard rock, '70s hard rock similar to what Sabbath did, with a new edge on it – old meets new, but with its own identity."

Read the entire interview at BraveWords.com.

The Kill Devil Hill album will be available as: standard CD, iTunes digital download, and Double Gatefold LP.

The standard CD will feature the following 11 songs:

'War Machine'
'Voodoo Doll'
'Gates Of Hell'
'Rise From The Shadows'
'We're All Gonna Die'
'Time & Time Again'
'Old Man'
'Mysterious Ways'
'Up In Flames'

In addition to the aforementioned tracklisting, the Double Gatefold LP will feature the bonus track 'Drawbridge', while the iTunes Digital Download comes with the bonus track 'Strange'.