“Healthcare is a human right, and we need to steal our rights back from a machine that sees us as commodities and profit margins, however we can.”
Killswitch Engage frontman Jesse Leach chatted with Kill Your Stereo about the recent release of their Live at the Palladium Concert blu-ray, vinyl/album release.
It's time to ENGAGE! Killswitch Engage's Live at the Palladium is out now!
"This song has stood the test of time for me, sonically and lyrically," says singer Jesse Leach. "Sonically, it shows our hardcore roots and the blend of metal. Lyrically, it has words I still stand by and hold close to my beliefs. It's one of my favorites from our early material!"
KSE's worldwide streaming event 'Live at The Palladium' will be made available for the first time digitally, on 2 LP, and 2 CD/BR on June 3 via Metal Blade.
"I just come in with passion and energy, and I don’t know if a note is correct or not, as I’m just singing from the gut." - Jesse Leach.
Killswitch Engage's Adam Dutkiewicz, on energy conservation on stage, getting older, and that age-old question: which Star Wars film is actually the best?
Same KE, not a KO.
Killyourstereo.com chats with Killswitch Engage guitarist Joel Stroetzel.
For the past decade Killswitch Engage have been one of the biggest names in modern metal, not just within the US, but internationally as well. With the recent announcement that the band will be touring Australia with Kill Devil Hill this April, Killyourstereo.com talked with bassist Mike D'Antonio about their upcoming tour, Grammy nominations, and what it's like to be apart of the band after fifteen years.
The past re-visited and re-worked
Killswitch Engage strike that right balance between not taking yourselves too seriously and still producing experienced and solid metal. Killyourstereo.com was fortunate to sit down with Mike D’Antonio and Joel Stroetzel (with a cameo appearance from Adam Dutkiewicz) while in town for Soundwave recently to talk about all things band related…and have a fun, effusive discussion about beer.
Metalcoreâ€™s poster boys are back.