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|KILL 2 THIS
Phil replaced Matt Pollock on vocals at the end of 2001, and has brought a massive injection of energy and excitement to the Kill 2 This sound with his varied vocal style which ranges from soaring melody to brutal and guttural assaults. Originally hailing from Manchester hardcore metallers Profane, Phil was the obvious choice after some serious auditioning, and has proved himself more than capable on recent live performances...
Mark is the vision and focus behind Kill II This and has steered the band from their 1st album, 'Another Cross II Bare', through to the completion of the album Mass Down Sin Drone He formed the band in March '96 a guitarist and songwriter whose formidable enthusiasm, single-mindedness and finely honed talent for his instrument gives you one of the most original and interesting guitar players in the metal world today.
Pete played and toured on Kill II This' debut album, Another Cross II Bare, and so is very familiar with what Kill II This are about. He is also a long time associate of Mark Mynett, having played bass for Marks previous band China Beach...... Having just completed the recent Fear Factory supports and some festivals in Europe with the band following Caroline Campbell's departure, Pete is delighted to be a full time member again. He has just finished recording the new album and has brought a lot of power to the rhythm section due to his very heavy playing style.
Recruited during the summer of 2000, Steve is 26 years old and hails fom Doncaster. Formerly of London-based extremists, Fister, his style and attitude fit perfectly with the Kill II This ethos. His years of experience as a well respected session drummer in the London area give his playing a versatility that has been put to great use within the band. Steve recently beat over 300 drummers to become the drum tech london metal masterclass drum tutor. Following this appointment he has now been approached by Rhythm Magazine to write a column for the publication on a regular basis.