KILLCODE “The Wrong Side” World Premiere video on HornsUpRocks.com

KILLCODE is a five piece band based in New York City. Their unique sound is a product of their diverse influences and has been described as “Southern infused Rock/ Metal with modern vocals.” KILLCODE’s songs are hooky super charged sing along Anthems, with BIG Guitars and Driving Rhythms.

To date, the band has released To Die For (a six song EP released at the end of 2008), and a second six song EP, Taking it All, which was released in 2010. Both EPs charted well nationally and gained the band critical acclaim worldwide. The song “Breaking Away,” off of Taking It All, was featured in the inspirational documentary, DRESSED, directed by David Swajeski and starring fashion designer Nari Manivong and “6am Again”, which appears on both their debut EP, To Die For and the self-titled full length album, has been featured on The Howard Stern Show on Sirius. They have also appeared on bills alongside Godsmack & Sevendust as well as providing main support to Brett Scallions on the Re-Fueled East Coast tour.

In 2012, they entered the studio once again with Juno nominated producer Stacy O’Dell (who produced both prior EPs) to record the full length, twelve song self-titled effort, KILLCODE. The album charted in the #2 position for the week of 8/18/12 on BILLBOARD Mid-Atlantic Heatseekers Charts. CME records recently re-released the album via MegaForce/Sony Red with two bonus tracks, which will extend the bands reach even further.

Check out the World Premiere of “The Wrong Side” by KILLCODE on Horns Up Rocks

The band has enjoyed an ever growing fan base both nationally and internationally, they continue to headline and sell out prominent marquee venues including New York City’s Irving Plaza, Gramercy Theater and Bowery Ballroom as well as tremendously successful support gigs at Roseland Ballroom and Best Buy Theater. Their Tristate area success was complimented by successful shows at Dunkin Donuts Arena in New Hampshire, Gillette Stadium in Massachusetts and The Viper Room in Los Angeles.

KILLCODE’s future is bright and they are doing a great job of carrying the torch for the new generation. They aren’t showing any signs of slowing down and are ready and able to take their rightful place alongside the biggest rock acts out there.

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