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KILL DEVIL HILL has parted ways with legendary drummer Vinny Appice (BLACK SABBATHHEAVEN & HELLDIOLAST IN LINE) and has replaced him with Johnny Kelly (TYPE O NEGATIVEDANZIGA PALE HORSE NAMED DEATH).

"I'm really excited about coming on board with KILL DEVIL HILL," says Kelly. "I've been a fan since their debut and have known the guys for a long time. It's also clear that I have some really big shoes to fill. I'm ready for that challenge as I prepare for KILL DEVIL HILL's next chapter. This is gonna be a blast!"

KILL DEVIL HILL will play their first shows with Kelly behind the kit April 4-6, three warm-up shows before embarking on an Australian run with KILLSWITCH ENGAGE. More expansive North American dates will be announced shortly.

Adds KILL DEVIL HILL bassist Rex Brown: "We all have a lot of love and respect for Vinny and have been honored to have jammed with him over the last few years. We wish Vinny well with all his future endeavors, it has been a blast!"

"It's been a great musical adventure from the beginning, but the time has now come to go our separate ways and continue to make music that we love," says Appice of his decision to leave the band.

KILL DEVIL HILL's sophomore album, "Revolution Rise", sold around 2,150 copies in the United States in its first week of release. Released on October 29, 2013 via Century Media Records, the CD was produced by KILL DEVIL HILL and Jeff Pilson (DOKKENFOREIGNERDIO) and was mixed by Jay Ruston (STONE SOURANTHRAXSTEEL PANTHER). The cover artwork was created by Sam Shearon, who has previously worked with ROB ZOMBIEIRON MAIDEN and FEAR FACTORY, to name just a few.

Said Brown of the new album: "This new KILL DEVIL HILL record is definitely one of my favorite moments of my career — it's got balls, great melodies, awesome guitar riffing and a low end that'll set your ass on fire!"

 

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