New Album! New Video! from Killa Dilla

Killa Dilla | Bound For Glory  © 2013Bound For Glory is the second offering from Austin, Texas based Killa Dilla. Recorded between March and August 2012, this is dirty, straight-up, in-your-face rock.

Previously a two-piece consisting of guitar (Billy Leger) and drums (Eitel Colberg), this album features the addition of keys (Jacob Kithcart) and bass (Philip Starnes). With this newly formed quartet, an impervious sonic wall has been created. Killa Dilla charges the stage with a visceral roar and leaves you in the dust, blindly asking for more.

Behold, the all-out assault from the temple of ROCK!

Let’s get this out there right now – Killa Dilla rocks, in that Ted Nugent, late 60s – early 70s, men & guitar & drums sense of the word. I dunno, maybe their moniker gives it away. You tell me.”           –Scott Osborn, Austin Independent Music Noise

Album: http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/killadilla          Video: http://youtu.be/y0i_pGFEGJ4

Thanks to Ryan Light for all the good work on the Bound For Glory video!

Killa Dilla

Gearing Up for Zombie Ball 2012!

Hello one and all.

As Halloween slowly approaches the fair city of Austin, Texas, we at Killa Dilla are once again making preparations to take the stage for the 4th Annual Zombie Ball!

Saturday, October 27th is the date.  8pm is the time.  Moody Theater is the location.

Wont’ you join us?

Together with “Bob Schneider and The Scabs” and Brooklyn Funk Geniuses “The Pimps of Joytime” we promise no stone will be left unturned and all shall be Funked and/or ROCKED!

Details are below for tickets, directions and the like.

As always, we encourage all of our fellow Halloweeners to bring it with the most insane, outrageous and downright looney costumes you can find.  This year promises to be the best Zombie Ball yet!

We hope to see you there.

Yours in Blessed Rock & Rollation,

The Dillion

TicketsHere
DirectionsHere

Finishing Touches

After a bit of a break, we are back at it. Jake and Billy laid down the last of the parts earlier this week. Experimenting with layered parts, Moog tweaks and La Fin Du Monde has proved to be quite the undertaking. And now…the mixing.