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  • Location: Anaheim, California, United States of America
  • Label: freeze records

From the back alleys of Anaheim, in 2007 Killix was formed by two former band mates Warren J Williams and Curtis Harmon started jamming together. From Warren's musical knowledge and thrash background with Curtis's metal and jazz background, in immediately seemed natural to start writing.After writing several songs, they had realized they had an explosive sound composed of catchy riffs and intricate drumming. With the addition of a bass player, Killix was complete.

In mid 2007, the band recorded a demo, "Death and Destruction." A buzz in southern California began to spread as people began to turn their ears and listen. With followers becoming anxious to hear an album, Killix entered Dinky recording studios in 2008. Encouraged by fans, friends, and industry associates alike, they recorded their debut EP End Game in only four days. With a professional recording circulating through the underground metal scene, the band has begun to venture outward sharing stages with national acts at reputable venues.

In Late 2009, with new material and artwork as well as the addition of a new badass bass player, Daniel Schell, it was decided to record a new EP "The Path of Chaos" - to be released on Freeze Records. As of 2010, the future of Killix has never looked more promising.

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