When: Tue., Dec. 29, 8 p.m. 2015
If Donald fucking Trump actually becomes our next president he should have Killer Kill play his inauguration, if only for their name being synonymous with his proposed foreign and domestic policy. The blistering cries and industrial whines of the guitar and the jet propulsion, thunder-hummer of the rhythm section is the perfect four-minute warning siren for a post-apocalyptic fallout shelter formal. The members of Killer Kill form a nucleus of past and present San Antonio musicians that are killer-killing it. Mason Macias, now living in New York City, has been in more badass bands than there are hairs upon his lean, hirsute bod. Vocalist and guitarist Cameron Taylor is currently holding down scribble-guitar duties in putrid punk groups Blithe and Ghost Police. Bassist Ian McIntosh now lives in Wisconsin and is one of the finest local musicians to clear that trite hurdle of bassists usually being as boring to watch as to hear. The trio finished the Televised Ending EP in September but with Macias and McIntosh’s departure has been unable to give the band the release it deserves … until now. Happy Xmas, war is forever (if you Trump it). With PINKO, Feuding Fathers, Crawl and Signalman.