Killola announces US tour, racks up 30,000+ album downloads, offers up exclusive MP3 and free DVD.

“Teaching quirky ‘80s new wave pop hooks how to stomp glitter-rock-style, I Am The Messer just might pack as many eccentric but indelible melodic and rhythmic twists into its 10 songs as any rock record this year” – Chuck Eddy (Village Voice, Billboard Magazine)

f. LIVE:

* Hell on Heels Tour w/ Semi-Precious Weapons, Von Iva

01/17 San Diego, CA @ Bar Pink

01/20 Mesa, AZ @ Hollywood Alley

01/21 El Paso, TX @ Uncle Paulie’s w/The Action Design

01/22 San Antonio, TX @ Rock Bottom w/The Action Design

01/23 Houston, TX @ Chance’s

01/24 Dallas, TX @ Sue Ellen’s

01/25 Austin, TX @ Emo’s w/ The Action Design

01/27 Albuquerque, NM @ Amped Performance Space

01/29 Long Beach, CA @ Alex’s Bar

01/30 Canoga Park, CA @ Cobalt Cafe

01/31 Las Vegas, NV @ Beauty Bar

03/09 Las Vegas, NV @ Beauty Bar*

03/10 San Diego, CA @ Bar Pink*

03/11 Hollywood, CA @ Knitting Factory*

03/12 San Francisco, CA @ Red Devil Lounge*

03/13 San Jose, CA @ Voodoo Lounge*

03/14 Citrus Heights, CA @ Fire Escape Bar*

g. ARTIST WEBSITES: KILLOLA | KILLOLA MYSPACE

BIO

Killola is three boys and one girl, making rock music out of Los Angeles, California. The band’s brand of garage pop (described as “Blondie for the 21st Century” or a derivation thereof by many) enjoys an internet presence that can best be described as ‘cultish’ with 1.5 million MySpace plays from over 80,000 friends, many of whom add the band’s familiar “K))” symbol to their screen names as a show of allegiance. Others go as far as to tattoo themselves with the band’s logo. Don’t believe it? Believe it! See HERE.

The bands says, “We’ll often send a random message to people who have the “K))” in their [screen] name and out of nowhere tell them they’re in the top peeps. They get all stoked, it’s pretty sweet. Four kids showed up to our Chicago gig with K)) tattoos, that made our day.”

Obviously, Killola is quickly developing a reputation for bowling over just about everyone its music and live show comes into contact with.

And there’s more! Since signing a deal with True Anthem, a new digital distribution company specializing in free downloadable albums through strategic brand sponsorships, Killola’s latest album I Am The Messer has notched 30,000 downloads in its first two months of distribution. Also, Killola self-booked its own UK tour (12 shows in 12 days) and U.S. Tour (27 shows in 32 days) and the band shows no signs of slowing down with another tour of the United States and England lined up for April 2009. The M.O.B. Agency didn’t want to miss out on the fun, so the elite outfit responsible for booking No Doubt and Gwen Stefani, Fountains of Wayne, Joan Jett, Girl In A Coma and others recently signed Killola to their tight roster of touring bands.

IN THE PRESS

“For a band who operate out of their garage in Los Angeles, Killola have accomplished more than entire ZIP code’s worth of garage bands…” – Alternative Press

“Killola play fast and furious and leave you grinning, sweating and enthralled in equal measure.” – ArtRocker Magazine, UK

“8.5!… Defending the good rep of ‘70s lippy girl new wave…” – Paper Thin Walls

“Lisa totally sings rock like a pop idol (as opposed to Avril who sings pop like a rock idol). Why can’t these guys be more famous instead?” – CMJ New Music Monthly

“On the surface, as warm and cuddly as a bra full of puppies… Dig a little deeper, though, and it soon becomes apparent that each bite of the candyfloss is laced with razor wire.” – Classic Rock Magazine

“Having as much 80’s Cali new wave powerquirk pop (not to mention Blondie…) in its genes as tough-chick, post-glam, herky-stomp reminiscent of the great lost French fox-metal band Shakin’ Street.” – Chuck Eddy, MTV URGE

“It has all the right synth flourishes, a new wave stomp, and hooks the size of Jaws – if you can get over the sugar-sweet-pop centre, Then be prepared for the best femme-fronted pop-rock since No Doubt ruled this earth…” – Subba-Cultcha (UK)

“Killola is unquestionably a band to keep an eye on.” – Revolt Media

“Blondie for the 21st Century… Their album Louder, Louder! is a monster of a debut. Leaving you breathless, charmed and feeling refreshed by the possibilities rock music still holds.” – Kudos Magazine, UK

“Seriously, pick up the new CD. It just gets cooler during every listen.” – Mish Mash Magazine

“The quartet writes ballsy rock songs, more fun than a good one night stand – sexy and thumping stuff.” – Las Vegas City Life

“A rock and roll legend continues…” – Sugarbuzz Magazine

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