My Life With the Thrill Kill Kult returns with new album 'Death Threat'Posted on 06/04/09
The American electronic industrial band TKK aka My Life With the Thrill Kill Kult has completed a new album, "Death Threat". Unlike their previous releases this one will only be available via the band's own label / website Sleazebox. Mind you, the album will only be available as a download with a physical copy being prepared for the new TKK online merch store.The band also has plans to do a US tour to support the new release. More info at www.mylifewiththethrillkillkult.com .
Thrill Kill Kult's name originated with Frankie Nardiello, who was touring with Ministry in 1986 as a lighting technician. Frankie wrote a few songs with Ministry frontman Alain Jourgensen, who was a previous bandmate of Nardiello's in an outfit called 'Special Affect'. One of the songs was titled "Thrill Kill Kult". Soon after, Nardiello and friend Marston Daley began to conceive an art film called "Hammerhead Housewife and the Thrill Kill Kult". The film was never completed, but the music they had recorded for its soundtrack appealed to Wax Trax! Records, who released the completed songs as a three-track EP.
Check out the band live with "Hit & Run Holiday".
Posted by B. Van Isacker
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