News: Kill Devil Hill Release New Music After Their 10-Year-Long Hiatus

American rock supergroup Kill Devil Hill have just released their new album Seas of Oblivion, their third and new album after a 10-year hiatus. The album was produced by Chris Colliera and released through Legend Recordings. Seas of Oblivion showcases the band’s experimentation with their sound, bringing on various influences from different styles of music such as classic hard rock and metal, etc.

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Seas Of Oblivion Tracklist:

Blood In The Water
Before The Devil Knows
Playing With Fire
Undertow
Pharmaceutical Sunshine
Eye Of The Storm
Darkest Days
The Bitter End
Devil and The Deep Blue Sea
Seize The Day
You Can’t Kill Me California
From The Ashes
Stranger Than Fiction
Seas Of Oblivion
Solitude

Order Seas of Oblivion here.

Last week, the band released the official video for their track “Pharmaceutical Sunshine”

Watch the official video of “Pharmaceutical Sunshine” on YouTube:

Vocalist Dewey Bragg shares his thoughts:

“Pharmaceutical Sunshine is a masterpiece that resonates deeply with its powerful lyrics and captivating melody. It’s a song that leaves a meaningful impact, reminding us of the transformative power of music.”

Guitarist Mark Zavon also shares his thoughts:

“I’ve seen the heartbreaking effects of opioid addiction up close, and it made me want to shine a light on this devastating undercurrent and hopefully provide encouragement to those who are struggling with these issues. ‘Pharmaceutical Sunshine’ is all about raising awareness and trying to help people understand that they are not alone in this battle.”

Kill Devil Hill was formed in 2011, by drummer Vinny Appice (Black Sabbath, Dio) and bassist Rex Brown (Pantera). Later on the band went through a few changes in the lineup and ultimately went to a 10 year long hiatus.

Current Lineup:

Dewey Bragg – lead vocals
Mark Zavon – guitar
Johnny Kelly – drums
Matt Snell – bass

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Photo courtesy of Kill Devil Hill

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