Backstage Pass: An Interview with the Karma Killers


[image-1]Inspired by "the raw passion of punk rock, edgy experimentalism of post-punk, and melodic moodiness of new wave," the Karma Killers came together in 2013, landing landing a deal with Dirty Canvas/Island Records in late 2014.

Last year, the band issued Strange Therapy, a collection of catchy pop-punk tunes characterized by snotty vocals and infectious choruses. Last night, the band played the Grog Shop and singer-guitarist Micky James took a minute to talk about the band's history and the forthcoming full-length.

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