Dry Kill Logic
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Of Vengeance and Violence
9/19/2006

The Magellan Complex
6/27/2006

The Dead And Dreaming
10/5/2004
 
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Dry Kill Logic: European Tour Videos Posted Online
January 6, 2007
Dry Kill Logic drummer Phil Arcuri has posted the following message on the band's Myspage page:

"What the fuck is up everyone? Phil here. I finally got the password to log on to the DKL site so you'll all be hearing alot from me from now on. dooooont trip!
Anyway, I just wanted everyone to know that I made a little tour video journal from our European/UK tour this past Oct and Nov 2006. I had to break it up into sections because ya cant upload videos over 100MB...and this fucker is over 1000MB.
You can see all the videos here at my personal site in the VIDEOS SECTION @ Dry Phil Logic™

I'll also be uploading new vids and pictures here on the DKL page as well. So SPREAD THE WORD!!!Hope everyone is doin great and I'll talk to you all real soon!"

Dry Kill Logic's latest album, entitled 'Of Vengeance And Violence', was released last September via Repossession Records.
 
 
 
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Dry Kill Logic: New Song Posted Online
August 29, 2006
Dry Kill Logic has posted a new song, entitled "4039", on its MySpace page. The track comes off the group's follow-up to 2004's 'The Dead and Dreaming', entitled 'Of Vengeance and Violence', which is scheduled for release on September 19.

Regarding the upcoming CD, Dry Kill Logic frontman Cliff Rigano recently said, "It's definitely in-your-face, aggressive music. We've never compromised our integrity for a quick glimpse of success, never wrote a record with the pipe dream of crossover radio accessibility and never turned our backs on the style of music we write or the people that appreciate it."

Dry Kill Logic's EP/DVD, entitled 'The Magellen Complex', was released on June 27 via Psychodrama/Repossession Records. Described by the band as a "tribute to the fans," the CD also contains a cover version of Guns N' Roses' "It's So Easy", plus an original track called "From Victim To Killer" that will be included on Dry Kill Logic's upcoming album. On the DVD, fans will find footage from the band's early days, including never-before-seen interviews on the road and in the studio, the video for "Paper Tiger" and more.

As previously reported, Dry Kill Logic has been added to the upcoming Fear Factory / Devildriver Australian tour for three shows in September. The details are as follows:

Sep. 15 – Brisbane, AUS - The Tivoli
Sep. 16 - Sydney, AUS - Big Top Luna Park
Sep. 17 - Melbourne, AUS - The Palace

A European tour will follow in October/November.
 
 
 
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'Gigantour' CD and DVD Artwork Posted Online
July 10, 2006
According to a posting on the Megadeth fan site Rattlehead HQ, Amazon.com has uploaded the cover artwork for the upcoming Gigantour deluxe 2-CD (artwork) and 2-DVD (artwork) sets, due on August 22 and September 5, respectively, via Image Entertainment. Both configurations capture 2005's heavy metal onslaught that was hailed as the best metal bill of the year, with Revolver magazine calling it "the mother of all shred fests." Organized by Megadeth frontman Dave Mustaine as a tour featuring "only bands whose musicianship matches their ability to melt faces with sheer volume and power" (Miami Herald), 'Gigantour' features unforgettable performances by Megadeth, Dream Theater and Fear Factory as well as Anthrax (CD only), Nevermore, Life Of Agony, Symphony X, Dry Kill Logic and Bobaflex.

The 'Gigantour' DVD set encompasses a special bonus disc with all the no-holds-barred offstage action: tour bus visits, backstage drama, practical jokes plus interviews with the people who make a national package tour happen, like tour managers, pyrotechnics experts and band members. The 'Gigantour' CD contains three songs not included on the DVD.

"There are a few very successful tours out each summer and in order to be significant, I knew the first Gigantour had to make an impact with top bands,” says Mustaine. The six-week tour — with bands personally chosen by Mustaine — was designed to help bring like-minded hard rock fans together at a reasonable price, with most tickets in the $40 range. "I wanted to put together a festival that consisted of positive bands that play heavy music in a high-energy environment," Mustaine said in the July ཁ Guitar World. "I think the variety of playing styles and the credibility of the different players is really exciting."

The DVD and CD track listings are below:

Disc One (total time 50:10):

01. Dream Theater - Panic Attack (7:07)
02. Dream Theater - Glass Prison (13:10)
03. Anthrax - Caught in a Mosh (5:02) *
04. Anthrax - I Am The Law (6:44) *
05. Life Of Agony - The Day He Died (3:17)
06. Life Of Agony - Love to Let You Down (3:33)
07. Dry Kill Logic - Lost (2:31)
08. Dry Kill Logic - Paper Tiger (3:48 )
09. Bobaflex - Better Than Me (2:29)
10. Bobaflex - Medicine (2:29) *

Disc Two (total time 42:32):

01. Megadeth - She Wolf (3:35)
02. Megadeth - A Tout Le Monde (4:31)
03. Megadeth - Kick The Chair (4:08 )
04. Fear Factory - Transgression (4:55)
05. Fear Factory - Archetype (4:40)
06. Nevermore - Born (4:59)
07. Nevermore - Enemies of Reality (4:51)
08. Symphony X - Inferno (5:12)
09. Symphony X - Of Sins and Shadows (5:41)

* CD only (not included on DVD)
 
 
 
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Dry Kill Logic Announce New Album Title, Release Date
June 26, 2006
Dry Kill Logic frontman Cliff Rigano has told Chronix Radio that the group's next album will be titled Of Vengeance and Violence. The follow-up to 2004's The Dead and Dreaming is tentatively scheduled for release on September 19.

To listen to a 10-minute interview with Dry Kill Logic's Cliff Rigano, conducted by Chronix Radio's Keith Loines, visit www.chronixradio.com.

As previously reported, Dry Kill Logic's cover of the Danzig classic Dirty Black Summer has been made available for streaming at this location. The song comes off the group's upcoming EP/DVD, entitled The Magellen Complex, due on June 27 via Psychodrama/Repossession Records. Described by the band as a "tribute to the fans," the CD also contain a cover version of Guns N Roses' "It's So Easy", plus an original track called "From Victim To Killer" that will be included on Dry Kill Logic's upcoming album. On the DVD, fans will find footage from the band's early days, including never-before-seen interviews on the road and in the studio, the video for "Paper Tiger" and more. Further details are available at this location.
 
 
 
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Dry Kill Logic: Danzig Cover Song Posted Online
June 24, 2006
Dry Kill Logic's cover of the Danzig classic "Dirty Black Summer" has been made available for streaming at this location. The song comes off the group's upcoming EP/DVD, entitled The Magellen Complex, due on June 27 via Psychodrama/Repossession Records. Described by the band as a "tribute to the fans," the CD also contain a cover version of Guns N Roses' "It's So Easy", plus an original track called "From Victim To Killer" that will be included on Dry Kill Logic's upcoming album, due later in the year. On the DVD, fans will find footage from the band's early days, including never-before-seen interviews on the road and in the studio, the video for "Paper Tiger" and more. Further details are available at this location.

Dry Kill Logic's latest album, The Dead and Dreaming, is available now on Repossession Records. The Dead and Dreaming is the follow-up to the acclaimed The Darker Side of Nonsense, which was released in 2001 through Roadrunner Records.

Dry Kill Logic recently announced the addition of bassist Brendan Duff (100 Demons, A Thousand Falling Skies) to the group's ranks.
 
 
 
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Biography
YEAR FORMED: 1993
MEMBERS:
Cliff Rigano (vocals)
Jason Bozzi (guitar)
Danny Horboychuk (bass)
Phil Arcuri (drums)

“Let’s call this ‘everything’ what it seems A violent distortion of all my dreams And still it burns inside of me Just to spite the cold that seems to feed” - ‘With Deepest Regret…’ These words are not only an example of the emotions behind the new Dry Kill Logic album “The Dead & Dreaming’, but are the words that this band has built their reputation on. Together since 1993, Dry Kill Logic (formerly Hinge) have seen their fair share of ups and downs writing the music they love. The band released two records independently (1998's Cause Moshing is Good Fun! & 1999's Elemental Evil) on their own indie label Psychodrama before partnering with Scrap 60 Productions in 2000 to produce the highly acclaimed 'The Darker Side of Nonsense', released in 2001 through Roadrunner / Island Def Jam Records. Touring in support of the record followed, with the band playing for thousands of fans both in the U.S & overseas with the likes of Fear Factory, Kittie, Primer 55, Spineshank & others. After 10 years on the local scene, Dry Kill Logic was poised to break out and show people that they are serious about the music they make and the lifestyles they lead. But, as always in life, you can't have your ups without your downs. In 2002 the band saw the departure of guitarist Scott Thompson from the fold; DKL also parted ways with Roadrunner that year in order to make the kind of record they want to make. "We see this as a job we love" explains Cliff. "When you have outside pressure forcing you in a direction you don't want to go, all of a sudden it turns into a job that isn't fulfilling creatively. And what is the point of being in a band if you aren't achieving what you want to creatively?" With that mindset the band took a few months to regroup and enlisted long time metal veteran Jason Bozzi in the band. "From the first second we met Jason we knew we were taking a step forward" says Phil. "He writes amazing riffs, is a killer performer and has the mindset & dedication to be at the top of the game". With a newfound focus the band entered their rehearsal studio in Mt. Vernon, NY in February of 2003 to begin writing what would eventually become ‘The Dead & Dreaming’. "We had the option to go write the new record in a few different locations, but we decided that we wanted to be in the same room in the same town that we wrote all our other records in" states Rigano. "There is a certain vibe and sense of comfort that comes with being in a familiar location, and we felt this was the best place to be to get the right feel". The writing began with a fury, as the band penned over 35 songs, including the 11 that will make up their sophomore release. After a lineup change that brought bassist Danny Horboychuk into the fold, the band then spent the majority of 2003 and early 2004 in the studio with Eddie Wohl & Rob Caggiano of Scrap 60 recording the new record. The band took a few breaks in between studio sessions to headline a healthy dose of shows including their first ever arena show in Anchorage, Alaska & select shows on the 2003 Jagermeister Music Tour with metal icons Slayer & Hatebreed. The time had come to bring the new material to the only place that mattered - the stage. "All the shows were sold out, and we were playing cities that we had not been to since 2001. The kids would remember what we were wearing last time we played, what the set list was, and they were all really enthusiastic about the new material and the direction of the new record. It was humbling, to say the least.’ states Cliff. “All told, we couldn't be happier with the songs on this record, the team we are working with and the possibilities for the future," says Jason. "The early response to the new music has been nothing short of unbelievable, and the future looks bright". With their newfound purpose and direction, Dry Kill Logic are out to show the world that no matter how many times you get kicked in the teeth, you can always come up smiling.