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Portrait of KILLCODE



Lynbrook, NY

The five guys that make up the band :::KILLCODE:: didn’t have to rise from the ashes or go through some spiritual quest to find themselves where they are today.
Collectively, they have sold tens of thousands of albums and have toured the world with previous ventures, sometimes sharing those stages with each other, as well as with rock-n-roll royalty.
There came a moment not too long ago when Guitarist Chas and vocalist Tom Morissy put a few tunes to tape and decided they had something that rocked too hard to ignore.
Chas approached long time friend Erric Bonesmith about checking out the songs and seeing if he might dig throwing down some bass. He dug it, and he did it.
Next the threesome set their sites on obtaining the heart and soul of any kick ass rock band, the drummer……. and after numerous auditions by drummers from all over the country, in walked Rob Noxious.
He had the heart, he had the soul and he kicked the living shit out of his kit. And then there were four.
Guitarist Pat Harrington had just completed touring and was putting the finishing touches on a new release himself when duty called…….. he showed up at rehearsal with the right attitude and all the sleazy low slung chops to boot.
It was very plain to see that night in Manhattan NY that something BIG was about to happen, something really special…….alas :::KILLCODE::: was born!

One of the things that was obvious from the very start was the fact that all five guys had common musical ground but born from different genres and influences. It turns out that those differences just added to the inspiration and created a heavy but melodic, dirty but polished, raw and emotional sound.

The band is currently putting finishing touches on their debut recording,” To Die For” which was produced and engineered by Stacy Odell. They have begun touring the country blowing the roof off every room they play.

:::KILLCODE::: is bringing back Rock & Roll.
They won’t go quietly, and they won’t be nice about it but, they will get the job done.

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