Tag: Dry Kill Logic

Throwback: “Snap Your Fingers, Snap Your Neck” by Prong!

After eight years at the grindstone Americans Prong rose to commercial success in 1994 with album “Cleansing” finding the band moving in Groove infused Industrial Metal direction. Vocalist, guitarist and mastermind Tommy Victor, once a sound engineer at the iconic CBGB’s in New York was at the helm with bassist Paul Raven (Killing Joke, Ministry,

Review: “To Be Alive” by Gutlocker

Four years and one Godzilla sized cover since their debut EP “Cry Havoc“, the inevitable return of Gutlocker is finally upon us having been recorded with producer Lewis Johns (Employed To Serve, Conjurer, Funeral For A Friend), the choice to work with him seemingly fuelled by the bands desire to write something not only different

Review: “Orbital Decay” by Solarhead

Recorded over the course of a couple of weeks in home studios in Indianapolis and Franklin, Indiana, “Orbital Decay” marks the debut EP from Alternative Metallers Solarhead, who launched themselves on an unsuspecting World in July 2020. The band consist of the duo of Jason Emry (vocals) and Bob Hamilton (guitars) who are have been

Exclusive Interview: Dry Kill Logic talk new material!

After the better part of a decade in the wilderness, Westchester New York residents Dry Kill Logic have returned with a pair of new singles in “Vices” and “Don’t See Ghosts” released almost a year apart. Formed in 1995 as Hinge, after a couple of EPs they were signed to Roadrunner Records for “The Darker

Interview: Dry Kill Logic talk to Heavy New York!

One of the highlights of the Nu-Metal era remains “The Darker Side of Nonsense” by Dry Kill Logic. 19 years and two albums on from that and the Westchester County New York residents have dropped a pair of singles in “Vices” and “Don’t See Ghosts” that have shown that the band still have the hunger

NEWS: Dry Kill Logic return with “Don’t See Ghosts”!

A year after New Yorkers Dry Kill Logic dropped single “Vices” , their first new material in 13 years, they’ve returned with “Don’t See Ghosts“. The single was recorded at Intension Studios in Astoria, New York and Silver Bullet Studios in Burlington, CT. It was produced by the band’s guitarist, Jason Bozzi and mixed by

Vs Tuesday: Two Bands! One Song! Who wins? FIGHT! Prong #2

“Snap Your Fingers, Snap Your Neck” by Prong is a stone wall classic from a classic album in 1994’s “Cleansing” which the band can’t get away with not playing live, unless they want to be arrested for inciting a riot that is. The influence of Prong should not be underestimated with bands like Dry Kill

Review: “Self Titled” EP by HeadShot Five

Infusing Alternative Metal, Hardcore and even Nu-Metal to create their sound, Lublin, Poland natives HeadShot Five released their self titled EP back in April, having been in the works for nearly four years. They’re currently working on the debut full length so while they do that, we’re filling in the gaps. A classic menacing groove

Vs Tuesday: Two Bands! One Song! Who Wins? FIGHT! Prong!

Other than a 5 year hiatus between 1997 and 2002, New York City natives Prong have been mainstays of the Metal scene bringing a blend of Industrial Crossover Thrash and Hardcore to the table across 12 albums and 4 extended plays between 1987’s “Primitive Origins” independent debut album and 2019’s “Age Of Defiance” EP. The

NEWS: Dry Kill Logic share their “Vices”!

It may have taken 13 years but complete with an animated video from Carl Whitbread, Dry Kill Logic have shared their previously promised new song “Vices”! It appears through various comments from the band on their social media platforms that they intend on releasing more singles rather that dropping an album at any time in