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Dry Kill Logic Return From UK Tour, Enter Studio

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Dry Kill Logic just got home from touring England where they were reportedly blown away by the fan support and turnout. Playing to sold out crowds and wild kids every night, Jason Bozzi commented that, "It's good to see that kids still know how to dive off the P.A. systems."

From Wolverhampton, Cliff Rigano wrote, "Hey everybody! We're 4 shows into this tour and I can't even BEGIN to explain how amazing it has been so far! These shows have been off the wall and all the kids there have been INSANE!!! This is our first proper UK/Euro tour, and we are already planning our return - we should be back on tour in Europe in November!"

Upon landing down at JFK, DKL headed right into the studio to finish recording their upcoming album with Eddie Wohl and Rob "Goat on the Half-Shell" Caggiano of Scrap 60 Productions.

Dry Kill has also been busy with a side project called The Magellan Comlex. An official announcement on that matter is expected next week as well as the June release of The Magellan Complex, an EP/DVD tribute to the fans.

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1. Kale writes:

f***in nice. Dry Kill needs to play some shows here in the States too! They're bad a$$ live

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2. stef writes:

they need to come to toronto!

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