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KILL II THIS Release 2nd Video From Forthcoming New Album + Announce New Live Dates!

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British industrial rock band KILL II THIS have released a video for the second track from their as yet untitled new album.  The release of the new song coincides with the announcement of the band’s forthcoming appearance at HAMMERFEST on 21st March in Prestatyn, Wales as well as two headline UK dates later in the year.

Speaking about the new track, guitarist Mark Mynett said, “The new album is coming on really well.  We do have a title for the album but we’re not giving it away yet!  We are working a little differently on the new album, mostly because we are recording at my studio and I am handling the mixes, which allows us to be quite relaxed and work on songs in a less regimented way than we otherwise would.  Coma Karma just happened to be ready and mixed quite early in the process so we thought we would put it out there.   It’s stylistically different from the first single we released, “Sleeper Cell”but it’s still a heavy track. We’ve also made a bit more use of technology and samples on this one.”


KILL II THIS forthcoming live dates:

21.03.19:  Hammerfest, Prestatyn, Wales
21.06.19:  Rage Against Racism Outdoor Festival, Duisburg, Austria
24.08.19:  Rock & Metal Circus, Mach, Wales
27.09.19: Academy 3, Manchester
28.09.19: Boston Music Rooms, London

KILL II THIS released four albums between 1996 and 2004 to widespread critical acclaim, most notably for their Deviate and Trinity albums. The band built on this with extensive European tours including supports with Slipknot, Machine Head, Megadeth and Fear Factory.

To keep up to date with Kill II This news also visit www.kill2this.co.uk

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