Kill Devil Hill

Kill Devil Hill, 'Leave It All Behind' - Exclusive Song Premiere
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.'
Kill Devil Hill Eye Fall Release For New Disc
Kill Devil Hill have found a new home, signing a new multi-album deal with Century Media Records and already planning their sophomore disc, due out this fall. The band features bassist Rex Brown of Pantera and drummer Vinny Appice of Black Sabbath and Dio.
KISS Tribute
Leave it to Kiss to bring four diverse rockers together for a new project. Guns N’ Roses guitarist Ron ‘Bumblefoot’ Thal and Pantera and Kill Devil Hill bassist Rex Brown are just two of the members of the new all-star Kiss tribute band A.L.I.V.E.!.  A.L.I.V.E.! also features former Whitesnake drummer Brian Tichy, and Kill Devil Hill guitarist Mark Zavon. The foursome are calling their new collabo
Rex Tells the 'Truth' About Pantera
As the longtime bassist for Pantera, Rex Brown toured the world many times around as a member of the band that would dominate and redefine the genre of heavy metal during the late ‘80s and ‘90s.
Rex Brown Talks New Book About Pantera Years + Upcoming Kill Devil Hill Album
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
Kill Devil Hill Deliver ‘Strange’ Video
Kill Devil Hill are ready to emerge. Though the band is mostly known for veteran Pantera and Down bassist Rex Brown and Heaven and Hell drummer Vinny Appice, it's actually singer Dew Bragg and guitarist Mark Savon that drive the band's new single and video, 'Strange.'

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