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Kill Alters

Kill Alters release 'No Self Helps' + play St. Vitus on 06.16

Brooklyn noisemakers Kill Alters make music that attacks, both physically and mentally. With pulsating percussions, laser-like synths, and the visceral vocals of Bonnie Baxter, the band offers a sound that's aggressive, complex, and demanding. Their compositions break from tradition, incorporating sounds ranging from the industrial to the downright frightening (a baby's laughter), and adopting a nightmarish aesthetic reminiscent of early post punk groups like Throbbing Gristle. Upcoming LP 'No Self Helps' (out June 28th on Haus Mountain) promises something different, and sometimes uncomfortable, through a journey that's complex, textured, and entertaining, every step of the way.  See them live at St. Vitus on 06.16. - Allie Miller

Kill Alters bring their mind-melding avant-noise to Union Pool 4/08

Introducing an EP with a 12 second recording of the infamous Casio demo tune is definitely an unconvential choice, but Kill Altars is far from being a conventional band. Their latest release, no self help is driven by thick, primative tom-toms, and features the intesection of fuzz and noise, colliding against half-sung vocals that sound as if they're edging closer and closer toward a total mental meltdown. The release is a trippy, psych/noise freakout daring you to push it over the edge. Take a listen to the EP below, but behold the band live for yourselves at Union Pool 4/8.-Olivia Sisinni


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