There's good news from the Kill Devil Hill camp as the band has just squared away a new multi-album record deal with Century Media Records that will keep their music flowing to the masses.

Even better news for Kill Devil Hill fans is the fact that the deal will kick off with a new album this fall. The band, which pairs the undeniable metal legacy of former Pantera bassist Rex Brown and ex Dio and Black Sabbath drummer Vinny Appice with former Pissing Razors frontman Dewey Bragg and veteran session guitarist Mark Zavon, are getting their ducks in a row, so to speak.

Brown said of their signing, "It's a real pleasure being on a label that feels like home! Since day one with Century Media, it's been great knowing that they have the same mutual beliefs and goals that we do -- to keep hard rock and metal alive and kicking and to bring our music to as many fans as we can."

The bassist went on to commend the label's track record of successful rock and metal releases and concluded, "It's great to know we're on the same page and striving for the same things."

Though it was not disclosed how many albums the band will record for Century Media, the deal is for multiple releases beginning with their still untitled sophomore set that expected this fall. More details on the album will be revealed in the coming weeks.