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Monday, November 1 2010

Killing Joke: Absolute Dissent

If you think you've won, you've been brainwashed. If you conquer one evil, there are millions of other evils to fight.


Wednesday, April 30 2008

Fun & Games: Killing Joke in the mid-‘80s

Though lumped in with post-punk acts, Killing Joke were considerably less edgy than their peers, their blunt, pulverizing music echoing the rage and cynicism expressed in the songs making them somewhat of an anomaly.


Wednesday, August 22 2007

Foo Fighters: The Colour and the Shape

For anyone who experienced the heyday of Nirvana, it's still surreal that the lanky, string-haired drummer is the guy who'd be on magazine covers and writing #1 rock radio hits 15 years later.


Sunday, May 21 2006

Killing Joke: Hosannas From the Basements of Hell

The post punk innovators return with their finest album in well over a decade.


Tuesday, January 17 2006

Killing Joke: XXV Gathering: The Band That Preys Together… Stays Together [DVD]

This is music to dance to, music to move. This is music to march to, to dance... the war dance!"


Thursday, September 29 2005

Killing Joke: Pandemonium / Democracy

A decade later, two overlooked Killing Joke albums get the reissue treatment.


Monday, November 22 2004

Killing Joke: For Beginners

Emerging from the same post punk era that yielded such crucial bands as Wire, Bauhaus, and The Cure, Killing Joke' music was vicious, feral almost.


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