Kill Devil Hill / Pantera bassist Rex Brown was the guest on Full Metal Jackie's radio show this past weekend. He talked about the new Kill Devil Hill album 'Revolution Rise,' performing alongside legendary drummers and what could have prevented the breakup of Pantera, among other topics. If you missed Jackie's show, here's her full interview with Rex Brown:
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These are exciting times for Kill Devil Hill, who just inked a new deal with Century Media Records and are set to release their sophomore set, 'Revolution Rise,' on Oct. 29. The group is previewing songs off the new album this week and Loudwire is proud to exclusively bring you the track 'Leave It All Behind.'
Former Pantera / Down member and current Kill Devil Hill bassist Rex Brown recently stopped by New York for an intimate musical demonstration at a NYC Sam Ash store. Shortly before taking to the makeshift stage with his brand new Hartke gear, we sat down with Rex for an exclusive interview.
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Former Pantera bassist Rex Brown was the guest on Full Metal Jackie’s radio show this past weekend. Brown spoke about his decision to write his book 'Official Truth, 101 Proof: The Inside Story of Pantera,' which reflects on his years with the legendary metal act. He also talks about upcoming material by his new band Kill Devil Hill. If you missed Full Metal Jackie’s show, check out her interview with Rex Brown below:
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