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Last In Line Stream New Song 'Already Dead'

10/24/2016
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(Classic Rock) Dio offshoot Last In Line have released a lyric video for their track "Already Dead". It's taken from debut album Heavy Crown, which was recorded before the passing of bassist Jimmy Bain and released shortly afterwards.

The band - which features original Dio guitarist Vivian Campbell, now with Def Leppard, and drummer Vinny Appice - admitted Bain's death had put the project's future in doubt. But they later named Phil Soussan as their new bassist, and they're currently touring North America with dates to follow in Europe and the UK.

Campbell said last week that Bain hadn't been fit enough to join the band on Def Leppard's Hysteria On The High Seas cruise, where he died. But the guitarist added: "He was a true rock and roller to the end. He died with his boots on, literally.

"We found him in full regalia in his that cabin on the ship. He was living it to the end. He believed in it so much - it was so sad that he never actually got to see it." Watch the video here.

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