Sunday, May 23, 2010

Punky Reggae Party

Sunday 6th June, Queens Birthday Weekend at the Kings Arms

Kick off at 3:00pm - $10 before 6pm, $15 after

Bands: the Killing Tones, Roof Dog, Atsushi & The Moisties, Swampy Tonk, the Baby Shakers.

DJs: Selecto, Printor, El Folio, Mikey Sampson, Art Official, Dubhead, Tobi Jafa, Big Wingnut, Truent, B+

Hot food by JAMAICAN ME HUNGRY and drink specials.

Monday, April 12, 2010

Whangarei photos

Thanks to Amy Torr for these delightful images:

Thursday, March 25, 2010

Loosely on topic

To tide you over until we get around to posting the fully rad pictures from Whangarei last weekend, here's something:

On St Patrick's Day, an entity loosely related to the Killing Tones, confusingly also named the Killing Tones, earned a triumphant victory. The Killing Tones beat out a stacked field of know-it-alls and celebrities (including Rhys Darby of television fame and Jordan Luck of annoying rugby stadium anthem fame) to claim the inaugural Play it Strange music quiz trophy. One of the Killing Tones (the band) and all of the Killing Tones (the quiz team) even got to shake hands with Ice TV's own Petra.


Wednesday, February 24, 2010

Dicko Senior's leaving shindig

Hey fat suckers, here's some photos from last Saturday night.

This satisfied punter rode his motorcycle all the way from Wellington for the show.

Thanks for letting us play at your party Andrew. 120% good times.

The Exiles played, and ruled as per usual. Accordinging to some ladies on the night, "handsomest band in show business".

The Killing Tones played and people danced. We miraculously nailed two new songs "Anna" and "Plastic Cups", listen out for them on our next recording.
Ben and Sarah let us party in their home.

Tuesday, February 2, 2010

Friday 12th February at the Thirsty Dog

The Killing Tones will be up first, don't be late.

Wednesday, January 27, 2010


Howdy citizens of the internet.

If you're in Auckland this Saturday come along to the Thirsty Dog!

The Killing Tones are playing with Dole Day Rage, Kaos & Riot and The MurderChord. 9pm, $5.

"For every 1000 bands who claim their music defies definition, there is one that actually does. Perhaps the only way to sum up Auckland band the MurderChord is to say they are piano burning zombies..." - Scott Kara, NZ Herald