03/19/2015 - 4,869 views
Killer Be Killed Unleash Video For "Curb Crusher"
KILLER BE KILLED unveils the brand new official music video for “Curb Crusher,” taken from the band’s 2014 self-titled debut. Directed by Melbourne photographer Neal Walters, the video combines a wealth of live and behind-the-scenes footage captured in Australia, where KILLER BE KILLED made their international debut at last month’s Soundwave Festival and “Sidewave” club shows.
For their live debut, Max Calavera (SOULFLY, ex-SEPULTURA), Troy Sanders (MASTODON), and Greg Puciato (THE DILLINGER ESCAPE PLAN) were joined by Juan Montoya (MONSTRO, ex-TORCHE), who also performed on the album, and Ben Koller (CONVERGE, ALL PIGS MUST DIE, MUTOID MAN). Metal Hammer stated the following about the band’s world debut: “Despite releasing only one record, KILLER BE KILLED fill the hour-long set with ease and little by the way of banter outside of the great appreciation they pour on their first-ever audience. And the feeling is mutual. [I]t’s a feeling of acknowledgement and gratitude from the Aussie crowd who are now officially a part of heavy metal history.” Killer Be Killed debuted at #58 on the Billboard Top 200 and #3 on the Billboard Hard Rock chart while cracking the Top 50 in Australia, the Top 100 in the U.K., Germany, Canada, and Switzerland, and the Top 200 in Belgium and France. The album was produced & mixed by Josh Wilbur (LAMB OF GOD, GOJIRA). “Curb Crusher” is the third official music video from KILLER BE KILLED’s debut album, following “Wings Of Feather And Wax” - which recently passed one million views - and “Snakes Of Jehovah.” Both of the previous clips were directed by Thomas Mignone, who helmed the legendary video for SEPULTURA’s “Roots Bloody Roots.”
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