After spending late spring on the road sharing stages with Adrenaline Mob, Kill Devil Hill will return to North American stages in August and September in support of their self-titled debut disc.

The album debuted at  No. 9 on the Billboard Top New Artist Albums Chart back in late May. It features the lead single 'Strange.'

Rex Brown, who made his name playing bass in Pantera and Down, says of his new group, "This band is a musical adventure trip." Brown is joined by former Heaven and Hell / Black Sabbath drummer Vinny Appice, guitarist Mark Zavon and frontman Dewey Bagg.

The next leg of North American shows begins Aug. 1 in Las Vegas and continues through Sept. 1 in Long Island, though there may be more dates added to the run. See the current itinerary below.

Kill Devil Hill Late Summer 2012 Tour

8/1 -- Las Vegas, Nev. -- Cheyenne Saloon
8/2 -- Scottsdale, Ariz -- Martini Ranch
8/3 -- San Diego, Calif. -- Ramona Mainstage
8/5 -- Oakland, Calif. -- New Parish
8/9 -- Calgary, Alberta -- Dickens Pub
8/10 -- Drumheller, Alberta -- Badlands Community Center
8/11 -- Red Deer, Alberta -- Vat
8/12 -- Edmonton, Alberta -- Pawnshop
8/16 -- Hamilton, Ontario -- Corktown
8/17 -- Toronto, Ontario -- Rockpile
8/18 -- Montreal, Quebec -- Underworld
8/19 -- Quebec City, Quebec -- L’Agitee
8/20 -- Ottawa, Ontario -- Mavericks
8/24 -- Portland, Maine -- Port City Music Hall
8/25 -- Greenwich, R.I. -- Rock Junction
8/26 -- Clifton, N.J. -- Dingbatz
8/29 -- Albany, N.Y. -- Bogies
8/30 -- Rochester, N.Y. -- Montage Music Hall
9/1 -- Long Island, N.Y. -- Revolution