The Killers


There are at least five artists which use, or have used, this name: 1) an American rock band from Las Vegas, Nevada, formed in 2001 2) a Uruguayan rock band from the early 1970s 3) an American hardcore band from Chicago, IL, from the 1990s 4) an American band from Cleveland, Ohio, from the 1980s 5) a British punk rock band from the 1970s 6) An American doo wop group from the 1950s 1. The Killers is an American rock band from Las Vegas, Nevada, formed in 2001 and consist of Brandon Flowers (vocals, keyboards), Dave Keuning (guitar, backing vocals), Mark Stoermer (bass guitar, backing vocals) and Ronnie Vannucci Jr. (drums, percussion). The band's four studio albums to date have sold in excess of 18 million copies worldwide combined. The band got its name from the fictional band The Killers in the video for New Order's Crystal. The band was on hiatus, but returned to the studio to record their 4th studio album in early 2011. Songfacts reports that Runaways, the first single from Battle Born, was released on July 10, 2012. Initially, The Killers played at large clubs in Las Vegas. With the band's line-up stable and their repertoire of songs expanding, the band began to attract attention from talent bookers, local agents, major label, scouts — and a UK representative for Warner Bros. Though the Warner Bros representative passed on the band, he took the demo back with him, showing it to a friend who worked at UK (London-based) indie label Lizard King Records (now Marrakesh Rec...

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