In 2006, a follow up to Kill Me Tomorrows critically acclaimed "The Garbage man and the Prostitute" was recorded for release by GSL Records, then GSL was no more. Finally after years in limbo that release is finally made available to the public. Indie dance gutter art rock, the band dances with their audience through them all. The bands second full length does not disappoint. Kill Me Tomorrow have shared the stage with Mars Volta and Liars. One of the few bands that Buzz Osbourne of the Melvins actually cares about, they were asked to play the Mike Patton / Melvins curated All Tomorrow's Parties in 2008. Limited to a one time pressing of 900 hand numbered copies.
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