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BACK FROM BEYOND!

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In celebration of their 25th Anniversary, industrial/disco gurus My Life With The Thrill Kill Kult will hit the road this fall for the “Back From Beyond!” Tour


The BACK FROM BEYOND! TOUR is a 7-week US tour commencing September 12th. MLWTTKK will be performing highlights from their vast catalog of alternative club hits, fan favorites, cinematic endeavors and tracks never before played live!

They will also perform selections from this summer’s BOMB GANG GIRLZ release, A Taste 4 Trouble (SleazeBox Musc). Who are the BGG’s? They’re the band’s cast of bodacious, and often outrageous back-up singers and dancers. This is their debut album, which is written and produced by TKK’s Buzz McCoy and stars a collection of fierce leading ladies, including veteran BGG Jacky Blacque, chanteuse Debbie Deathbeat and Aussie rocker Beki Colada.


Joining THRILL KILL KULT on this tour will be Vancouver cyber-punks and Metropolis recording artist LEFT SPINE DOWN http://www.leftspinedown.com.


You can catch this milestone event at:


Sept. 12 – San Francisco, CA @ DNA ($18 adv/$20 dos. Doors 7pm. All Ages)
Sept. 14 – Portland, OR @ Hawthorne Theatre ($20 adv/$23 dos. Doors 7pm. 21+)
Sept. 15 – Seattle, WA @ Studio 7 ($17 adv/$20 dos. Doors 8:30pm. All Ages)
Sept. 16 – Spokane, WA @ The A Club ($12 adv/$14 dos. Doors 7pm. All Ages)
Sept. 19 – Denver, CO @ Bluebird Theater ($20 adv/$25 dos. Doors 7pm. 16+)
Sept. 20 – Lincoln, NE @ Knickerbockers ($18 adv/$20 dos. Doors 8pm. 18+)
Sept. 21 – Lawrence, KS @ Granada Theatre ($14 adv/$17 dos. Doors 7pm. All Ages)
Sept. 22 – Tulsa, OK @ IDL Ballroom ($15 adv/$18 dos. Doors 8pm. 18+)
Sept. 23 – Little Rock, AK @ Juanita’s ($18 adv/$20 dos. Doors 8pm. 18+)
Sept. 25 – Dallas, TX @ Tree’s ($16 adv/$20 dos. Doors 8pm. All Ages)
Sept. 27 – Houston, TX @ House Of Blues ($16 adv/$18 dos. Doors 8pm. All Ages)
Sept. 28 – Austin, TX @ Elysium ($15. Doors 9pm. 21+)
Sept. 29 – San Antonio, TX @ The Tequila @ Backstage Live ($16 adv/$20 dos. Doors 7pm. All Ages)
Oct. 01 – Albuquerque, NM @ Launchpad ($15. Doors 8pm. 21+)
Oct. 02 – Tempe, AZ @ Club Red ($22 adv/$25 adv. Doors 7pm. 21+)
Oct. 04 – Los Angeles, CA @ El Rey ($20. Doors 8pm. All Ages)
Oct. 07 – Santa Ana, CA @ The Observatory ($20. Doors 7pm. 18+)
Oct. 11 – St Paul, MN @ Station 4 ($20. Doors 8pm. 18+)
Oct. 12 – Milwaukee, WI @ Shank Hall ($20. Doors 8pm. 21+)
Oct. 13 – Chicago, IL @ Bottom Lounge ($20 adv/$22 dos. Doors 8pm. 17+)
Oct. 14 – St. Louis, MO @ Old Rock House ($18 adv/$20 dos. Doors 7pm. 21+)
Oct. 16 – Pittsburgh, PA @ Altar Bar ($17 adv/$20 dos. Doors 6:30pm. 21+)
Oct. 17 – New York, NY @ Gramercy Theatre ($19 adv/$22 dos. Doors 7pm. 16+)
Oct. 18 – Harrisburg, PA @ The Abbey Bar ($16 adv/$18 dos. Doors 7pm. 21+)
Oct. 19 – Philadelphia, PA @ North Star Bar ($20. Doors 8pm. 21+)
Oct. 20 – Baltimore, MD @ Sonar ($15 adv/$18 dos. Doors 7pm. All Ages)
Oct. 21 – Springfield, VA @ Empire ($15. Doors 6pm. All Ages)
Oct. 25 – Covington, KY @ Madison Theatre ($20. Doors 7:30pm. All Ages)
Oct. 26 – Dayton, OH @ McGuffy’s House Of Rock ($15. Doors 7pm. 18+)
Oct. 27 – Louisville, KY @ Phoenix Hill Tavern ($15. Doors 8pm. 21+)

Groovie Mann (Franke Nardiello) and Buzz McCoy (Marston Daley) formed MY LIFE WITH THE THRILL KILL KULT in 1987. What began as a B-movie concept, crafted in dark barrooms has become a legendary force in the electronic/industrial music genre. Inspired by tabloid style tales of debauchery, 1960’s era Satanism and overpowering lust, Groovie and Buzz continue to put out hugely cinematic albums that offend and horrify groups like PMRC. Within their enormous catalog you’ll find funk and disco beats, metal riffs, spacey synth loops, vintage burlesque brass, distortion that would make Beelzebub himself cringe - and more, all coming together to form an unstoppable groove that keeps dance floors pounding. The drama and opulence of their tracks attracted the likes of Hollywood, and it wasn’t long before the duo found themselves back in the world of celluloid. Their music can be heard in major motions films, indie flicks and on cable and TV shows.
TKK’s sound has always been fearlessly experimental and has become hugely influential to many artists today. Originally signed to legendary Wax Trax! Records, then to Interscope, and later Rykodisc, the band now release through their own label, SLEAZEBOX MUSIC where they continue to push the boundaries of music and performance.


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