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Friday, February 26, 2010 at 2:41 PM Posted by FEMALE TROUBLE 1 Comment

Yes, I'm sure you're all quite tired of all the screamo posts lately, but since my previous post was about a Killie/Heaven in Her Arms split and I had never even posted a full Killie album before, I figured that it would be a good time to post my favorite album by Killie. Unfortunately, like practically everything else they've done it is now out of print (limited to 1,000 copies on singer Yoshi's own Oto Records).

Anyways, Killie's brand of screamo is quite chaotic and they are possibly one of the more 'out there' groups when it comes to screamo. Highly atonal vocals, lots of dissonance, unconventional song structure, and plenty of spoken word interludes. I think for even those who aren't fans of screamo, Killie may appeal to them due to their unique and almost avant-garde approach to their sound.


Oto Records


1 Response so far.

  1. Thank you for those fine releases. I may have another one too (a split with Killie and Off Minor), and then another object made of concrete...
    It's an amazing band live, japan core-and-crusties-yet-residents should check it out.

    Senbei, tired cracker

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