Killcode release video teaser of new single “Kickin’ And Screamin'”

Killcode release video teaser of new single “Kickin’ And Screamin'”

New York City based American rockers Killcode have just released a video teaser for their new single “Kickin’ And Screamin’.”

Killcode‘s “Biography” on their website states in part (with slight edits):

Killcode is a five piece American based rock band that hails from New York City. Their unique sound and style has been described as southern infused rock/metal with modern day vocals. Killcode’s songs are hooky super charged anthems with big guitars and driving rhythms that pumps a shot of adrenaline into your system the moment you hear them.

Killcode, founded by vocalist/frontman Tom Morrissey and guitarist Chas, laid down the Killcode foundation with a couple of tracks they recorded at their home studio. After listening back, they knew they were on to something big! Next up would be recruiting long time musical companion Erric Bonesmith on bass guitar and Rob Noxious on the drums to complete their rhythm section.

With all members coming from established projects prior to Killcode, the band quickly raised eyebrows and landed on bills with the likes of Godsmack & Sevendust. Killcode also provided main support to Brett Scallions on the Re Fueled East Coast tour.”

Killcode‘s “Kickin’ And Screamin'” video teaser:

KILLCODE- Kickin’ and Screamin’- Official Music Video Teaser

Directed by David Swajeski and Produced by Maryanne Griz In 2016, KILLCODE traveled around the world to Spread The :::CODE:::. Thanks to all of the festivals, promoters and fans who have supported us! “Kickin’ and Scremin’ ” is also now available for download purchase at :::KILLCODE:::’s website http://killcode.net/ and https://www.reverbnation.com/killcode.

Killcode‘s “The Wrong Side” video:

KILLCODE – “The Wrong Side” Official video

http://killcode.net/ Directed by David Swajeski and produced by Maryanne Grisz, a large portion of the video was filmed during KILLCODE’s SOLD OUT concert with Japanese rockers VAMPS at the now defunct ROSELAND BALLROOM. The video also features footage filmed at DUFF’s BROOKLYN, the Heavy Metal mecca!