Killer Be Killed will be awesome.
How can that band not be good? It’s got some of the best parts of the some of the best bands going, and supposedly sounds like Nailbomb.
Killer Be Killed boasts guitarists Max Cavalera and Greg Puciato, bassist Troy Sanders — all of whom share vocal duties — together with drummer David Elitch.
The band’s forthcoming debut album was produced by Josh Wilbur, who is mad chill.
Nuclear Blast Entertainment will release the group’s album sometime in 2014.
The mystique-fogged collection is the result of writing sessions, creative and philosophical conversations and an eventual studio lockdown in Los Angeles.
All of this has been heretofore hidden from the public, save for interview tidbits that relentlessly drove the heavy music community’s anticipation to a fever pitch.
“It’s a bit of Sabbath-y doom, a bit of thrash, a bit of hardcore and punk,” Puciato explains, searching for the right words to describe Killer Be Killed.
“This is a very special project. It’s a one of a kind thing, with a lot of potential,” asserts Cavalera. “The album is a mix of heavy, fast and melodic songs.”
Featuring lead vocal contributions and lyrics from Puciato, Cavalera and Sanders, the aggressive assemblage of songs run the gamut from crowd-inciting brutality and jagged basement show style carnage to melodic, off-kilter hooks.
Sanders jokingly described the band as “a perfect blend of a legend, a freak, a beast and a wookie.”
Read more about the band here.
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