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Killer Be Killed Announces Debut Self-Titled Album

Late last year the formation of Killer Be Killed was announced, which features Max Cavalera (Soulfly ex-Sepultura), Greg Puciato (The Dillinger Escape Plan), Troy Sanders (Mastodon) and Dave Elitch (ex-The Mars Volta).

Killer Be Killed will release its debut album on May 9th (Europe), May 12th (UK) and May 13th (North America) via Nuclear Blast Entertainment.

The upcoming self-titled release was produced and mixed by Josh Wilbur. Cover art and packaging was executed by Ryan Clark of Invisible Creature Design.

“He's a Polish worker in the back of a dark truck, but he looked like a criminal to me,” explains Clark about his choice for the cover's image. “Multiplying his face seemed to give him a sort of split personality/schizophrenic vibe, which feels like a good mesh. Not just for the band name but the idea of a (for the lack of a better term) super-group.”

The track listing is as follows:

01. Wings of Feather And Wax
02. Face Down
03. Melting Of My Marrow
04. Snakes of Jehova
05. Curb Crusher
06. Save The Robots
07. Fire To Your Flag
08. I.E.D.
09. Dust Into Darkness
10. Twelve Labors
11. Forbidden Fire?
12. Ghosts Of Chernobyl (vinyl only)

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1. Unkle ChiVo writes:

how's about a teaser, sample, fukn something!
this is going to be amazering and i can't fukn wait.

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2. the devil's rejects writes:

How many projects is he gonna have

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