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Bio: The KillerHertz started back in late 2011 – Thomas Trold on guitar and vocals, Kent KillerHertz on drums and two former members – Tais Pedersen on lead guitar and Stefan Staff on bass. Some of the members had sold all of their equipment, so they started rehearsing once a week on borrowed instruments. They were childhood friends who have had a break from the music scene due to family and kids; all of the members came from different bands, such as Saturnus, Pitch Black and Morbid Vision, so they mostly played trash and death metal. But after a few years’ break, the members were eager to start a band together, and in the rock genre instead. Tais and Thomas had already some ideas, which quickly turned in to a few songs; in 2014, their first album came out called “Killer Anthem.” The second album came out in 2017, called “Mirrors Portrait.” Along the way, the band has had some changes in their line-up. The two new spots are now filled in with Jonas Roxx on lead guitar and Jakob Nielsen on bass.
“The title track on our upcoming EP – first time we included cowbell; it gave the tune a more rock
n roll approach to it. When we wrote the song, we had an idea of making it a live tune, mainly
because of the drum section in the middle.
The song is about love and all the complications that follows – metaphorically speaking, it needs
two to tango in a relationship, but you can’t dance.”