Recognized to be killers in alternative music, The Killers have been rocking the scene offering upbeat alternative rock music. Though it seems that their name isn't friendly, they have been charming and serenading the world with their music for the past decade.
Who are they?
An American rock band formed in Las Vegas, Nevada in 2001, The Killers consists of Brandon Flowers on vocals and keyboards, Dave Keuning, guitars, Mark Stoermer on bass and Ronnie Vannucci Jr. on drums. They got their name from the logo of a drum set in a New Order Music Video entitled Crystal. The group has released four studio albums since they came into the music scene have sold around 25 million albums world - wide.
Rise to Rock and Roll Fame
The band started to play on small venues and attracted a lot of followers and fans. And on a very normal but special day, they caught the attention of Braden Merrick, a representative for Warner Bros. Records who have listened to their demo cd on a website that plays unsigned rock bands in the Las Vegas area. He then hooked the band up with former Greenday Manager Jeff Saltzman. Sadly, Warner Bros was not impressed with their demo but luckily a British producer named Niall Norbury got attracted to their music and later signed them up for a recording contract under the British label.
The group has released four studio albums namely Hot Fuss (2004), Sam’s Town (2006, Day and Age (2008) and Battle Born (2012. All four albums were surprisingly a hit and came out in the number one spot in the US and Ireland. They have released a compilation album entitled Sawdust in (2007) and a live album in 2009 from their concert in Royal Albert Hall plus a greatest hits album named Direct hits in 2013. The Killers continue to inspire musicians and write alternative songs that really gets you in the mood to let your heart loose and your soul to be touched up to this day. They have appeared in over 5 countries and continue to tour the US.
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