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Killing John Doe

Killing John Doe

Rock Temple, TX  US

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  • 2015

    Feb 13

    Temple, TX, US | 8:00pm

    What the band has to say: "We are Killing John Doe, Killing a "John Doe" means to evolve...to become one state of existence you have to "kill" another. To evolve you have to leave behind a primitive previous state, to become something else you have to leave the other "else" behind. We like you intend to leave another state to become an enlightened state. To become a new being...a new entity and the process continues. Killing the old and creating the new, that's Killing John Doe...evolution, creating, metabolic....That's who we are and that's our music. Described as Rock we aim to combine the elements of classical, blues, and soul to leave our audience with a song that has a message and melody." BIO: Biographies are often hard, We would prefer someone else write an autobiography for us! Any writers out there? Sean and Chris have played with each other in previous bands dating back to the late 1990's with influences of Randy Rhoads, Dimebag Darrel, Zak Wylde, Crowbar, Tool, Sepultura, etc...Urban/Industrial Metal.... Curtis became interested in the material in 2010, seeking to form a new genre composed in classical, blues, soul, and new age. Greg and Stephen (our percussion and rhythm section) joined one year after the original trio collaborated and Killing John Doe was created. The talented and driven drum lines and melodic/pop bass bring to life the thrashing, blusey, structured background for a soul singer that intensifies their "sonic" tone. New, Different, Soul Bending....KJD

  • 2014

    May 31

    Waco, TX, US | 8:30pm
  • 2013

    Dec 7

    Dallas, TX, US | 8:00pm
  • 2013

    Nov 1

    Waco, TX, US | 8:00pm

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Bio: In the music industry we have no identity, in a way we are a John Doe. Our goal is to use hard work, dedication, following our dream, and great music to kill John Doe.

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