Stronger, tighter, and heavier than ever Kill Tomorrow returned with a vengeance to the metal music scene in 2012. They beat out 30 other metal bands and brought home the grand prize at the Grand Rapids based Heavy Weights of Rock competition. To date they are the only band to ever win the competition twice after their previous victory in 2009. A few weeks later they took the top spot again by winning their home town of Muskegon’s battle of the bands and dominating the West Michigan metal scene.
With the winnings from these competitions Kill Tomorrow was able to return to the studio and in July of 2012, release their fourth album to date,“Straight No Chaser”. A booze driven album consisting of brutal low and piercing high vocals, double bass, and shredding guitars, it hit the shelves as the bands heaviest album to date. This album is the bastard child of the groups transformation into a five piece with the addition of Dave Fetterly on Guitar, and Eric Weller on the Bass, to the existing line up of Ross Wolfe on lead Guitar, Damien Keglovitz on Drums, and Jason Miller on Vocals.
In their almost 9 year history as a band they have opened up for countless national acts including Chimiara, Mushroomhead, Taproot, Straight Line Stitch and more. After releasing their third album “I’ll Dig My Own Grave” in 2009, the guys decided it was time to revamp their lineup in order to ensure they could keep playing shows and making the metal that they love. Kill Tomorrow has been a band since 2003 when the majority of the founding member’s former band “Standard” called it quits and started Kill Tomorrow.
These days they are tearing up the West Michigan stages almost every weekend giving their raving fans an energetic, throw down stage show, and the heavy metal that they crave. Who knows what the future will hold for Kill Tomorrow but its sure to contain heavy metal, booze, and a good time. Check out the bands Face Book or Reverb Nation web pages for current show listings and some free music.