Killer Dwarfs to record new live album during two Canadian shows

Killer Dwarfs to record new live album during two Canadian shows

Good news for Killer Dwarfs fans and really any lover of quality hard rock / heavy metal as the Canadian hard rockers have announced that they will be recording two upcoming shows on Canadian soil for an upcoming live album.

killer-dwarfs-photoThe following message was posted on the Killer Dwarfs‘ Facebook page yesterday:

“Here’s your chance to be part of #DwarfNation for all eternity! The upcoming Toronto The Rockpile (All Ages Oct 21st) and Ottawa’s The Brass Monkey (Oct 22nd) shows will be recorded for an upcoming live release!

Display your Dwarf colors proudly and bring your outside voices for these two shows! Both shows are selling out fast so get your tickets now! Don’t miss out on these two special nights and be a part of Killer Dwarfs history forever!

See you all there! #KeepTheSpiritAlive

The Killer Dwarfs‘ only live album Reunion Of Scribes: Live 2001 dates back 14 years given that it was released back in 2002.

Sleaze Roxx has caught quite a few of the Killer Dwarfs‘ concerts over the last few years and they never disappoint. The following is an excerpt from Sleaze Roxx‘s concert review of the Killer Dwarfs‘ “reunion” show back on October 4, 2013:

“Shortly after midnight, in front of a packed crowd at the Rockpile East, the Killer Dwarfs finally hit the stage with their classic “Stand Tall”. The band sounded really tight! What struck me the most was how good diminutive frontman and lead vocalist Russ “Dwarf” Graham sounded. His voice did not seem to have suffered from any wear and tear, and unlike many singers who have been at it for thirty plus years, he can seemingly still hit all the notes (check out his recent ‘Wireless’ CD for just how good his voice remains to this day). While the rest of the Killer Dwarfs were no slouches on this night, Russ Dwarf clearly stole the show from start to finish. Funny banter to the crowd — check. Surfing on top of the audience — check (at least five times). Falling down and rolling all over the stage floor — check. Doing a headstand — check. Russ Dwarf‘s stage antics are a hallmark of any Killer Dwarfs‘ show and he did not disappoint!”