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Don't be taken in by their name. Yes, Paul Brown and The Killing Devils may very well come across as a satanic group carrying out macabre rituals to pay homage to a diabolical deity. Though there are countless such covens all across the world that draw their members from the initiated elite of high society, Paul Brown and his devilish brood are more prone to making melodies rather than mutilating bodies. They have been building up their alternative and progressive rock repertoire from the mid 2000s and have released two studio albums so far. They have become widely popular as a live act and have played all across the US, Europe and Asia, creating a loyal fan following that identifies with their cause of a free and fair world without trade cartels, liberalization and profit driven foreign direct investment. Claim some cheap Paul Brown and The Killing Devils tickets to awaken to a new level of musical perception.
As implied by their name, The Killing Devils are fronted by the indefatigable Paul Brown who besides doing the lead vocals, also plays the keyboard and the rhythm guitar. He is backed by David Hines also on lead vocals as well as playing the lead guitar, Jim Cady who serves as the rear engine of the band by being on the bass guitar and pitching in on the vocals and last but not least Henry Wiggers who is on drums and also handles the percussion, doing his vocal bit too.
Over the years, the Paul Brown has developed his songwriting and musicianship as his strongest identity and hence has seen it translated into the band's hallmark. The band is based out of Boston with Brown and Hines being Boston natives and Dave having built up a strong reputation in the Boston music scene as an outstanding guitarist and vocalist. The ties of friendship between Paul and Dave not only pervade their lives but also serve as the veritable cement in holding the band together. Henry Wiggers and Jin Cady are both St. Louis residents and create a synergetic confluence of musical styles and influences with the Bostonian part of their act.
Paul Brown and The Killing Devils cite their influences as artists belonging to a diverse set of music genres. Most prominently are Van Halen, Stone Temple Pilots, Sam Hager - whom they deem as the best vocalist on Earth, Beatles, Peter Gabriel, Collective Soul, Green Day, Barenaked Ladies, Todd Rundgren, Steely Dan and K.D. Lang. The band released its debut album Red Spider in 2006 and saw it receive widespread acclaim, what with its lineup of 18 eclectic tracks that seemed to draw from every major genre. Their second album The Wizards Dawn was released in 2009 at a show that the band performed at the Roxy Night Club in Boston. The group released their third album Black Widow Tears in 2012 and made it available on iTunes for instant download alongside their previous records. The soundscapes of these studio offerings seem to have elements of a post-modern music world. With Beatles, Van Halen and the Police echoing in from yesteryear, contemporary aspects carry over from groups such as the Foo Fighters, Genesis, Rush, Steely Dan and the Ramones.
Since the beginning of their professional career, Paul Brown and The Killing Devils have had a recording arrangement with Turn Left International Inc. and have played out at several venues across the world. Some of their most successful gigs were at the Roxy in 2010, Long Island's Molly Bloom II, Brooklyn's The Trash Bar, St. Louis' The Robert's Orpheum Theater that were all part of their 2010 tour. Other prominent venues that The Killing Devils have rocked over the years include Kenny's Castaway located in Greenwich Village, the Backwaters club in Quincy, Illinois, St. Louis' Rock Island where they performed in 2006 and the Herrin Civic Center. Interestingly, Paul Brown is an Attorney at Law and has used his unique insight into all things legal to effectively guide his band members through the murky waters of the music industry. So secure some cheap Paul Brown and The Killing Devils tickets now for a lyrically profound experience that will leave you tunefully energized and rhythmically rejuvenated.