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Album Review

MMXII is the fifteenth album from Killing Joke, following 2010’s Absolute Dissent, which saw the original line-up reunite after the death of bassist Paul Raven in 2007. Loosely based on the Mayan prophecy that the world will end in December 2012, the album sees the band continue with their trademark mix of industrial metal and punk, proving that even after 35 years, Killing Joke are as relevant today as they were back in the 1980s., Rovi

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The words of the English language are simply too mediocre to describe this album. It is beyond amazing. Once again KJ hoist their colours up the flagpole and invite those of us dissatisfied with the way the world is going to join them in an alternative. Opener "Pole Shift" sets the tone for what may well be KJ's finest offering *ever*.

Something for Easter

"Never consistent but always interesting".

Seemingly, Killing Joke have worked out what makes them remain a going concern - and it is probably their increasing ability to move onwards, to deliver tunes that are able to blend in effortlessly with the older songs in their still powerful live shows.

This is a stunning album - right up there with their best. When they're good, they're capable of jaw dropping, innovation & intensity. This is one of those times.


Killing Joke have stood the test of time. As with all their albums, play at welding volume!!


Formed: 1978

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Heavy and slow, Killing Joke (at least early in their career) were a quasi-metal band dancing to a tune of doom and gloom. They eventually became less heavy and more arty (the latter seems almost impossible) -- more danceable, even -- but early on they made some urgent slabs of molten dynamite that oozed with the power of thick guitars, thudding drums, and over the top singing. The origins of Killing Joke lie in the Matt Stagger Band. Paul Ferguson was drumming for the group when he met Jaz Coleman...
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Mmxii, Killing Joke
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  • £5.99
  • Genres: Metal, Music, Rock, Hard Rock
  • Released: 01 January 2012

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