January 2nd 2016 The Debut Show

Crowd at Ottobar

Our debut show was a huge success! A huge thanks goes out to all of the people who came. We had such a great time at such an awesome event! Time is a hit! Check out some quotes from reviewers! 

"While Rob and Thrillkiller have updated their sound, I feel like they have also upped the ante regarding technicality and songwriting. The songs have polished pop sensibilities, but they don’t sacrifice the core of what in the end are still rock songs. The guitar playing (presumably performed by Maxim) still manages to keep things unpredictable with killer riffs and passionate solos. I hope there is a full-length album in the works because I can’t wait to hear what these guys do next." - George Washburn (We Are Metalheads)

"these two former Aries' members make it all sound so easy! Without sounding as if I'm off my rocker again (or worse yet my meds!) Thrillkiller has the chance to be the breakout band of 2016! Frankly speaking this is one hell of a hot new band that everybody is going to be talking about soon enough! Picture if you will a smooth (and dare I say sexy?) band that combines influences as diverse as Michael Jackson, ("Achtung Baby"-era) U2, Maroon 5, Fallout Boy, and Coldplay with the likes Van Halen, Firehouse, Tesla, King's X, and Extreme! Toss in the likes of Boston, Styx, and REO Speedwagon and you've got the basis for what Thrillkiller is all about!" Mark (Heavy Metal Time Machine)

"The tracks have great hooks, strong grove elements and are each interesting to listen to. Each track is noticeably different, while still falling under the same signature that ThrillKiller is trying to develop. I’d love to have something to compare it to, but for the life of me I can’t think of anything that sounds like this. The EP is definitely it’s own brew of original music, and I for one can’t wait to see and hear the future of this interesting project." Gary Thorn (Shockwave Magazine)

"This album is EXTREMELY well done. It sounds every bit as good as; if not better than many of the releases of signed bands. Its probably one of the best sounding indie productions I've ever heard. The music is a clinic on how great music should sound. Rock and metal musicians will love it, but non musicians will love it as well. Its as intricate as progressive rock and metal, but has a commercial feel to it as well. You owe it to yourself to get this one!" Will Telltale (Will Telltale)



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