Last In Line Can't Replace Chemistry Following Jimmy Bain's Death

(Classic Rock) The future of Last In Line is in doubt following the death of bassist Jimmy Bain, whom guitarist Viv Campbell says can never really be replaced but reiterates that the remaining band members still believe in the project.

The Dio offshoot have cancelled the tour they'd planned to support the launch of debut album Heavy Crown after Bain passed away while taking part in Def Leppard's cruising festival last month.

Last In Line was formed when original Dio members Campbell, Bain, Vinny Appice and Claude Schnell got together in 2012 with vocalist Andrew Freeman. Schnell later bowed out.

Campbell says: "The chemistry is never to be replaced. I don't subscribe to the feeling that you can replace a musician - we're unique, like our fingerprints. It's never going to be the same." But he adds: "We believe in the project. We will work it to some extent." Read more here.

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