Killing Joke S/t
- Words: Liz Cordingley
- Label: Zuma
Killing Joke would be way trendier if they were doing now what they did in 1981. They don't sound old. Maybe that's the problem. They're on the modern industrial metal tip now, likely influenced by the bands KJ itself influenced (even Dave Grohl sits in on drums). Frontman Jaz Coleman continues to summon revolt, gargling vociferations about asteroidal apocalypse, genetic tampering, pollution, bombs and the "Western way." There's enough prowess that the two of you still into the aggro thing will like it. Those trying to forget there's still a war on won't. "
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