Having played with everyone from Slayer and System of a Down to Fear Factory and Coal Chamber, and released three albums, including the Roadrunner-issued The Darker Side of Nonsense, Dry Kill Logic made their name throughout the Aughts with a nu-metal-inflected sound not far flung from Slipknot or Mudvayne's heavier exploits. The group went dormant in the late 2000s, but then last September, Dry Kill Logic resurfaced with the song "Vices," the band's first music since the 2004 album, Of Vengeance and Violence. Today (September 17th), the trio — vocalist Cliff Rigano, guitarist Jason Bozzi and bassist Brendan Duff — have teamed with Revolver to unleash another new single, the brutally relevant "Don't See Ghosts." The raging cut was produced by Bozzi, and mixed by Greg Thomas (Misery Signals, Shai Hulud). Together with "Vices," it represents a taste of things to come, as Dry Kill Logic plan on releasing more singles through their own label, Psychodrama Music Group, in partnership with eOne Music. Blast "Don't See Ghosts" above via its visualizer video, and read Rigano's thoughts on the song below.
"We've always tried to write songs that come from a personal place," Rigano tells us, "but frame them in a way that can be interpreted to mean something different and unique to each listener. 'Don't See Ghosts' was recorded last year, right after we put out 'Vices,' but we were unsure of when to release it. After looking at the lyrics recently, the song actually started to mean something different to us as well, and we realized that this was the right time to put it out."