(l-r) Guitarist Geordie Walker, vocalist Jaz Coleman, returning drummer Paul Ferguson, and bassist Martin "Youth" Glover
|Origin||Notting Hill, London, England|
|Genres||Post-punk, new wave, gothic rock, industrial, alternative rock, heavy metal|
|Years active||1978–1996, 2002–present|
|Labels||Candlelight, Cooking Vinyl, Zuma Recordings, Butterfly, Invisible, E.G., Malicious Damage|
Kevin "Geordie" Walker
Martin "Youth" Glover
Dave 'Taif' Ball
References[change | change source]
- Killing Joke discography at Discogs
- What's THIS for...! at Discogs (list of releases)
- NME. Release The Bats - It's The 20 Greatest Goth Tracks. By Luke Lewis « 11. Killing Joke – Love Like Blood Aligning love and sex with blood is a standard goth trope, but Jaz Coleman's lyrics always cut deeper than the usual 'doomed romance' cliches. On this 1985 single, one of the few times KJ ever troubled 'Top Of The Pops', he uses martial imagery to create a sense of apocalyptic struggle.
Most gothic moment: "Strength and beauty destined to decay". »
- Murray, Robin. "Killing Joke 2010 Uk Shows". Clash (magazine). « One of the first bands to be labelled 'gothic' Killing Joke helped inspire a movement that has travelled across the world. »
- "Extremities at Discogs.com". Retrieved 18 November 2009.
- "Pandemonium". Retrieved 19 November 2009.