A Short History of Killing Joke

Jeremy ‘Jaz’ Coleman, Geordie Walker, Martin Glover and Paul Ferguson formed one of the most alluring post-punk bands in 1979.

The band is considered the forefathers of American nu-punk.

Their compulsive, tribal blasts on their debut “Killing Joke” album released in 1980 and the next album “Revelations” in 1982 created a legion of rabid fans and a handful of hit singles, including 1985’s ‘Love Like Blood’.

The band still come up with strong albums and bassist and vocalist Martin Glover is an in-demand Producer to this day. Coleman is a modern classical composer.

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