During a Swedish television interview, Killers’ frontman Brandon Flowers is ambushed by an atheist professor with a pension for debating those with faith.
Despite the seeming alignment between The Killers’ and Presidential Candidate Mitt Romney’s faith and values, the band refuses to get political. Why?
The band says they changed their sound this time around by using analog synths.
As anticipation mounts for The KIllers’ Battle Born, available September 18th, the Las Vegas foursome have just debuted a video to accompany the album’s first single.
What does Carrot Top, Andre Agassi, Wayne Newton and a white tiger have in common? They’re all hanging out in The Killers’ Battle Born Studios, Las Vegas.
“We never knew what to do with it,” says singer Brandon Flowers.
Insiders who’ve heard it report that it is in the vein of “When You Were Young,” indicating the song has a more rock-leaning bent.
It’s been four years since The Killers released their last album, Day & Age. Now they’re back, with the first look and listen at what their new album, Battle Born. And it’s fiery.
Rumors have abounded about the band’s status. Are they broken up? Are they working on a new album? Frontman Brandon Flowers put out a solo album in 2010 called Flamingo, cementing popular belief that the Killers were officially done.
Dark Shadows had a respectable opening weekend at the box office and may have rock group The Killers to thank. At the end of the film, Killers fans will hear an uncanny similarity to the original recording of the Raspberries’ 1972 hit “Go All The Way.”