|KILLING JOKE |
exclusive behind-the-scenes studio footage of Dave Grohl and Jaz Coleman
Loose Cannon, the first single to be taken from the new album Killing Joke, is out this week. We are currently offering exclusive behind-the-scenes studio footage of Dave Grohl and Jaz Coleman (In the studio with Jaz and Dave!)
Few groups have ever matched Killing Joke for sheer rock'n'roll intensity. Formed in London in 1978 by Jaz Coleman, Geordie, Youth and Paul Ferguson, they lit up the post punk music scene in the U.K thanks to a rhythmic fury, inflammatory imagery and borderline psychotic stage performances.Recorded in London and L.A and produced by Andy Gill (Gang Of Four, Red Hot Chilli Peppers), Killing Joke's new self-titled album (released on Zuma Recordings) sees them at their brooding best. Featuring a line-up including all of their original line up plus none other than long-term fan Dave Grohl (Foo Fighters/ Nirvana) on drums, it's the pulverizing hard rock classic Killing Joke always threatened to make. From the rolling thunder of the opening 'The Death And Resurrection Show’, to the jackhammer blitzkrieg of 'Seeing Red' to the final 'The House That Pain Built ' it captures the band back to their apocalyptic best. Old fans be reassured: the molten dynamite guitars, explosion-in-a-bass bin rhythms and Coleman's signature death-knell vocals are all present in spades.
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