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Thrillkiller - the King of 1984 #Flyah Review


With the launch of their debut EP, Time in January of 2016, followed by their totally fan funded debut release showdown in summer of 2016. In 2017 the band released their debut music video for their single THE KING OF 1984 in July, followed by another single titled SAN FANCISCO MOTO which dropped in November. Performing on events such as MAGFEST, MAGSTOCK, Main Street Music festival, Thrillkiller has been seen on stages such as, Baltimore Soundstage, Merriweather Post Pavillion, and many others, the band has performed across the east coast keeping busy with an intense recording and touring schedule. 

After the ciritcal success of their debut album, Showdown in the summer of 2016, Thrillkiller was quickly back in the studio recording new material. Released in the Spring of 2017, The King of 1984 pushes the envelope of the band's musical crafting. Alongside the release of their new single, they have been hard at work filming their debut fan funded music video with acclaimed director Dewey Tron. After the success of their music video debut, Thrillkiller quickly began work on their follow up single SAN FRANCISCO MOTO working with acclaimed engineer, Tony Correlli. Exploring elements of old school funk, this is the most experimental and ambitious release of the band so far. 
"I can't think of anything that sounds like this" Gary Thorn, Shockwave Magazine
"If you are a fan of music at all, you owe it to yourself to give Thrillkiller a listen and meet your new favorite band of 2016." C., Metal To Infinite Webzine
"Thrillkiller has the chance to be the breakout band of 2016" Andy Davis, Heavy Metal Time Machine
"Every track, member, and part absolutely slays, taking a wander down through the different levels of writing and mix never becomes boring. This is no cheap mock up behind a single individual, nor a gilded lily." Si Marks, You Can Find Me On The Edge

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