3 comments on “Killing Joke – MMXII (2012)

  1. I haven’t listened to the album yet but the single sounds exactly like what they did in the second half of the 80’s. It’s still good but I prefer their angrier side (their 2003 self-titled album featuring Dave Grohl on drums is a total killer).

    • Killing Joke is a band always can count on. This is an album with solid hooks back to their roots, but they always had a pregnant Killing Joke vibe no matter where they adventured with the sound experimenting.

      • Actually, their roots are late 70’s post-punk. Their mid-80’s turn to this more pop/new wave formula was perceived as a treason by many of their early fans. I discovered them as a kid with Night Time and I still love it, but I prefer when they throw more balls into the mix.

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