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Kill Devil Hills

Kill Devil Hills

Kill Devil Hills


There are a couple different bands using this name. 1. kill devil hills is a rock and roll band from New York City, whose music draws from the basements and garages of much further, notably North Carolina. In somewhat of a coincidence, Kill Devil Hills is a town located on the outer banks of north carolina. Some speculate that this is where it all began. 2. Kill Devil Hills is a cough syrup sludge noise project credited to Sick Llama/Fag Tapes Heath Moerland and Ben Hall of Graveyards. Read more on Last.fm
There are a couple different bands using this name. 1. kill devil hills is a rock and roll band from New York City, whose music draws from the basements and garages of much further, notably North Carolina. In somewhat of a coincidence, Kill Devil Hills is a town located on the outer banks of north carolina. Some speculate that this is where it all began.

2. Kill Devil Hills is a cough syrup sludge noise project credited to Sick Llama/Fag Tapes Heath Moerland and Ben Hall of Graveyards. Releases on Editions Brokenresearch and American Tapes. There were a couple different bands using this name. 1. Kill Devil Hills was a post-hardcore band from Murfreesboro, Tennessee featuring Chris Driver, Andrew Seward and Travis Walker.

The band split up following Seward's departure to play for Against Me!. 2. Kill Devil Hills were a very obscure band from Lancaster (England). Their only release was the 12″ What Comes After on Roustabout Records, the home of the Cretaker Race. The band was: Alex (guitar, voice), Paul (guitar, vocals), Jon (bass) and Phil (drums, vocals). Read more on Last.fm.

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