Wednesday, June 26, 2013

Kill Bill G releases new LP 'Redux'

The artists known as Kill Bill G have released their latest full-length record album, titled, “Redux,” to widespread critical and fan acclaim. The Spanish duo have packed their latest synthpop record with instant classics that are sure to attract new fans and likewise appease the clamoring of their eager worldwide following. Their most capital and comprehensive album since the wildly popular “Tunguska,” “Redux” is everything the world has come to love about these remarkable musicians and much more. It has been released on the Noise Records music label.

The sound of “Redux” is reminiscent of 80s synth bands like Soft Cell and Human League, but has also a digital edge not unlike early albums by Kraftwerk. With epic, looming overtones and chord progressions that invoke an air of suspense, Kill Bill G have not forsaken their usual themes on this latest album. “Redux” continues their endlessly fun tradition of writing music for the mystery and science fiction buff.

Kill Bill G writes of this, “Our music is about our favorite mythos, like H.P. Lovecraft, cosmic horror, sci-fi and horror movies, as well as series like 'The Thing,' 'Alien,' 'Fringe,' 'The X-Files,' and 'Lexx…' Some of their tracks have for inspiration the intrigue of what they call “femme fatale tales.” Those songs, they say, revolve around a noir world of crime and lust. Their sound dwells in this space for a bit before returning to their usual motifs of horror, outer space, and horror from outer space.

KBG cites as main artistic influences artists such as Gary Numan, OMD, China Crisis, and Front 242.

Kill Bill G started composing music in 2005 and self-published their first record, “Zero”, in 2006. The album met with great success, and was followed by the even better loved “Tunguska.” In addition to their three full length LPs, KBG has released an armada of singles and EPs which can be found online. They are often featured on iTunes' Top 40 and Top 20 Spanish charts. A compilation record slated for release in September of this year titled “Singles 05-13” will contain the singles from their three major releases.

“Redux” by Kill Bill G is available online everywhere.

-Sean McCauley
Sr. Staff Writer

The LP “Redux” is distributed globally by MondoTunes ( and is available at iTunes for convenient purchase and download

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