KILFEATHER release new album ‘Island Of Lost Toys’, out now via Riot Records
KILFEATHER release new album ‘Island Of Lost Toys’, out now via Riot Records.
On the back of three recently released singles King Creep, Never Stopand Beneath The Silence, psych rock outfit Kilfeather have released new full-length album Island of Forgotten Toys on Riot Records (part ofGolden Robot Global Entertainment Group).
Island of Forgotten Toys is a 12-song powerhouse filled with every flavour of rock and roll. This new record is a diverse evolution of the heavy rock sound and unlike much heard in the music world these days. Kilfeather’s latest work explores many aspects of the genre while also mixing in a dash of punk and pop into the potion.
The album starts off with King Creep, a heavy fast-paced guitar freak out that leads you on a joyride into a multiverse of madness. Mixed with elements of punk rock and classic metal, the opening to this album pulls no punches and gets you right in the mosh pitting spirit.
ABOUT KILFEATHER Kilfeather is a known multi-instrumentalist but specializes in guitar, vocals, and songwriting. He has written and released over 30 records and counting since 2006 and performs with a power trio under his own name.
Kilfeather’s music has been referred to as “Psych Garage Punk”, a sound that best describes a concoction of Garage Rock & Roll mixed with elements of Punk, Classic Metal, and Pop music.
He has shared the stage with a wide variety of artists and bands all across the west coast such as: Wayne Kramer (MC5), Kyle Gass (Tenacious D), Danny Carey (Tool), Steven Adler (Guns N Roses), HR (Bad Brains), John 5 (Rob Zombie), The Obsessed, Supersuckers, Death Valley Girls, LA Witch, WAAVES, Voodoo Glow Skulls, The Vibrators, and many more.With his latest batch of records, Kilfeather caught the attention of Golden Robot Global Entertainmentand was signed to their punk rock division, Riot Records. His new full-length album Island of Forgotten Toys is due out 2020 worldwide on GRGE/Riot.
“Arguably Vegas’ most prolific musician”– Las Vegas Review Journal “Gritty, breakneck punk rock, taking influence from bands like Motorhead, Misfits and Dead Kennedys”– LV Weekly