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2010-09-26 22:08:52 UTC
Tokyo, Japan’s Killie play a chaotic screamo infused with post-rock elements, their lyrical content focuses on topics from capitalism and labor to scene politics. Killie formed in 2004 featuring 5 members from the bands 3cm tour, black line fever, Cleaner, Umbra, Sora and Anthropic Disease and members of the Oto label. Since their formation they have toured Japan extensively as tour support for Kaospilot in 2005, Ampere, La Quiete in 2007 and Off Minor in 2008. Releases to date included: a Demo ep, CD ep commonly referred to as “Don’t want to escape from the underground”, 12” ep “The Opinion Of One In A Hundred Million will Not Reach Anyone” released by French label Salvation Records that was not exportable to Japan by request of the band, split CDr with heaven in her arms, split CD with Off Minor, and a experimental album with spoken word and noise tracks. ~~~~~~~~~ ( This is chaotic screamo at its best, with many passages of spoken words and post-rock tunes in it. This is a MUST-HAVE guys - DON'T SKIP any Killie title. ) [ Last.Fm ] Related posts [ Heaven In Her Arms ] ). ~~~~~~~~~ Artist - Killie Album - Offering A Sacrifice That Presents And Indicates Mournful Resentment Of Today Release Date - 2008 Genre - Screamo, Post-Hardcore, Post-Rock [ AT ITS BEST ] Tracklist 1. H19.09.07,09.17 7:17 2. H17.07 9:33 3. H19.08.26 10:32 4. H18.05 10:31 5. H19.09.07 9:10 6. H19.08.18 19:01 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Killie - Offering A Sacrifice That Presents And Indicates Mournful Resentment Of Today -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Artist - Heaven in Her Arms / Killie Album - Tour Split Release Date - 2007 Genre - Screamo, Post-Hardcore, Post-Rock [ AT ITS BEST ] Tracklist 01 Rokugatsu [ Heaven In Her Arms ] 02 Mudai [ KILLIE ] -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Heaven in Her Arms / Killie - Tour Split -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Artist - Off Minor / Killie Album - Split Release Date - 2008 Genre - Screamo, Post-Hardcore, Post-Rock [ AT ITS BEST ] Tracklist 101 - Off Minor - Slow Clown 102 - Off Minor - Abbatoir 103 - Off Minor - Explicit Eveything 201 - Killie - Japanese Title 202 - Killie - Japanese Title -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Off Minor / Killie - Split -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Artist - Killie Album - Want to Escape From the Underground, Don't Want to Escape From the Underground, Can't Escape From the Underground Release Date - 2006 Genre - Screamo, Post-Hardcore, Post-Rock [ AT ITS BEST ] Tracklist 01 - Spoken Part 1 2:52 02 - Abandoned Corpse With Graffiti 1:40 03 - Spoken Part 2 2:26 04 - Digging Up The Soil From Sexual Desires 2:47 05 - Thinking About Preconceptions 4:20 06 - Spoken Part 3 2:53 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Killie - Want to Escape From the Underground, Don't Want to Escape From the Underground, Can't Escape From the Underground -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Artist - Killie Album - Afterall, the Opinion Of One in a Hundred Million Will Not Reach Anyone [ * * * * * ] Release Date - 2007 Genre - Screamo, Post-Hardcore, Post-Rock [ AT ITS BEST ] Tracklist 01 Lyrics Will Not Reach The Audience 8:18 02 One In A Hundred Million 13:21 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Killie - Afterall, the Opinion Of One in a Hundred Million Will Not Reach Anyone -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Recommendations: Envy | Heaven in Her Arms | Arcadhianonstabian | Magdalene | Arroyo --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

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