Kill Bill G releases new album ‘Dalek’

The composer of EDM known as Kill Bill G has released his latest LP album, “Dalek.” The record contains 15 original tracks for a total listening time of over an hour. It has been proudly published on the Noise Records independent music label without the involvement of the corporate music industry. Pulsing, thrumming, vibrant and vitalizing, “Dalek” stands as evidence that Kill Bill G is more relevant than ever in 2018.

In addition to the considerable skills of Kill Bill G, “Dalek” also features the talents of such prominent artists as Mario Gil, Sonia Electra, Paco Jarel, and Cyborgdrive.

Kill Bill G cites as main artistic influences Soft Cell, Gary Numan, OMD, Yazoo, Front 242, Marc Almond, and the early 20th century author of surrealist horror, H.P. Lovecraft. This last inclusion gives a good hint as to the overall sound of Kill Bill G, which tends toward the dark and brooding, but with a futuristic, upbeat electricity which makes it suitable for both nightclub DJ’s and earbud listening alike.

Asked to describe the overall themes of his new “Dalek” LP, Kill Bill G says that the album revolves around “Psicokillers, Daleks, X-Files, Cthulhu, Dark Gods, Other Dimensions, Machines,” and notes also why: “This is Kill Bill G.”

Kill Bill G, once a five-piece band and founded in 2004, have a broad, popular repertoire stretching back more than a decade, all of which comes from the Noise Records label except for their debut indie release, “Zero” (2006). Kill Bill G’s 2016 record, “Electra,” saw two singles make the Spanish Top-5 chart. Their best-of compilation album, “Los Metros de Mi Latigo,” which contains their most popular singles from 2005-2014, dropped in December 2015 at No. 1 on the iTunes Store.

“Dalek” by Kill Bill G is available at over 600 quality digital music stores online worldwide now. Get in early, EDM and electronica fans. Very early.

-S. McCauley

Lead Press Release Writer

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