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Kill Devil Hill Streaming New Song "Voodoo Doll"

Kill Devil Hill, the new project featuring drummer Vinny Appice (Black Sabbath, Heaven and Hell, Dio), bassist Rex Brown, (Pantera, Down) guitar slinger Mark Zavon and lead vocalist Dewey Bragg will be released on May 22nd in North America via SPV/Steamhammer. The album will be available in a standard CD edition, iTunes digital download, and Double Gatefold LP.

Today Noisecreep is hosting an exclusive stream of another new track from Kill Devil Hill's self-titled debut. Get a first listen to the song "Voodoo Doll" at this location. The following press release was also issued:

"It's not easy to say what catches the listener's attention first on Kill Devil Hill, the debut album by the newly formed band of the same name: the strong guitar hooks, the killer grooves, the dynamic production or the potent vocal melodies. Rex Brown, bassist of this super group and erstwhile member of Pantera and Down sees Kill Devil Hill in its entirety as an extremely exciting new band 'To me, this band is a musical adventure trip,' he reckons. Brown knows what he's talking about, after all he was involved in some of the most important rock and metal recordings of the past 30 years. So if Brown can hardly contain his enthusiasm, there must be something special to the Kill Devil Hill phenomenon."

Kill Devil Hill will be touring with Adrenaline Mob this May. All of the current tour dates are listed below:

5/10: Cleveland, OH @ House Of Blues
5/11: Flint, MI @ The Machine Shop
5/13: Chicago, IL @ House of Blues
5/15: Dallas, TX @ Trees
5/16: San Antonio, TX @ Backstage Live
5/19: Ft. Lauderdale, FL @ Revolution
5/21: Orlando, FL @ House of Blues
5/22: Charlotte, NC @ Amos South End

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