Killer Lineup Brandon Flowers (vocals, keyboards), Dave Keuning (guitar), Mark
Stoermer (bass), and Ronnie Vanucci (drums)
M.O. Their synthy '80s pop surgically fused with new-millenium introspection to
attract three Grammy nominations, a platinum record and a malpractice charge.
Two of those are true.
Next Up Their fourth and last single, "All These Things That I've Done," from
their debut CD Hot Fuss. Their
as-yet-untitled follow-up is set to hit turntables next year. Turntables will
sue for domestic abuse accordingly.
Killer Fans "In Sacramento, one girl had a noose," says Flowers. "She brought it
onstage and wanted me to put her head in it. I didn't do it."
Oasis of Happiness "At the NME Awards, I got to meet Liam and Noel (Gallagher).
Liam's difficult, but Noel's really nice. He's actually a fan of ours. We're
huge fans of his, so that was a big deal for me. Noel told me he had learned
(how to play) 'All These Things That I've Done,' so I'm happy that we got to
Bringing Down The Bravery - "I was upset that (the Bravery) were offended to be
compared to us, when they are essentially riding something that we opened for
them. They're the type of band that'll throw a TV out of a window because it's
gonna be written about. That's the reason that music's getting worse. People are
just playing the press, and the Killers are here to bring back good, old