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Thursday, February 11 2010

"I Was a Believer": An Interview with the Killers

Fresh off the release of an explosive live DVD, the Killers' Dave Keuning talks about the band's humble origins and how his biggest regret is that the group didn't release another debut album.


Reviews

Sunday, September 23 2012

The Killers: Battle Born

Battle Born seems intent on making a statement, proving the group could pull off more artistic songs without having to appease radio format programmers, here avoiding easy pop hits in favor of a more expansive sound that's more MOR than AOR.


Wednesday, July 27 2011

Big Talk: Big Talk

Big Talk sounds like a pair of Ray-Bans resting on the neck of a Telecaster or a beautiful woman in a cut-off shirt leaning against a convertible on the side of a desert highway... which is to say it sounds like the fantasy world of an '80s rocker on a coke-jag.


Monday, December 1 2008

The Killers: Day & Age

With the release of the Killers’ latest album, Day & Age, the obvious question is: will Flowers and company continue to chase the panoramic, mythic grandeur of Springsteen and U2, critics be damned?


Wednesday, November 28 2007

The Killers: Sawdust

As much as Brandon Flowers & co. would like to be remembered for their full-length efforts, their radio hits will ultimately define their legacy. Sawdust is an interesting look at other aspects of the Killers' sound, but as a standalone disc, it's largely hit-or-miss.


Monday, April 30 2007

The Killers: The Killers

This unauthorized documentary gives excellent context to the rise of the Killers, but without any of the band's music, it feels a little too far from its topic.


Blogs

Friday, October 5 2012

The Killers Bring 'Battle Born' to the Bronx: 18 September 2012 - New York

The Killers take direction from Werner Herzog in their Amex UNSTAGED performance bringing Battle Born to the Bronx.


Tuesday, September 18 2012

Werner Herzog Directs the Killers... The Band Not the Characters

Legendary director Werner Herzog, known for classics like Aguirre, the Wrath of God, Fitzcarraldo and recently Into the Abyss, is taking his talents into a


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