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Kill Hannah

Kill Hannah

Friday, Jul 27, 2012 8:30 PM CDT 2012-07-27T20:30 (8:00 PM Doors)
- Friday, Jul 27, 2012 11:30 PM CDT 2012-07-27T23:30
, Rosemont, IL

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****STARS! -Q Magazine

“…confident, curious and adventurous in the flowering of their own sound.” -iTUNES

“…dreamy Smashing Pumpkins guitar mixed with Placebo and the spacey melodicism of
early Duran Duran….We love Kill Hannah!” -NYLON

“Kill Hannah may well have found the perfect formula!” -KERRANG!

“Kill Hannah knows EPIC, even when they self-produce their album…” -OUTBURN

“Kill Hannah sound like a hedonistic mix of their friends and influences: 30 Seconds to
Mars, My Chemical Romance, HIM, The Rasmus” –ROCK SOUND

“Kill Hannah make perfect pop rock that deserves to be recognized as such and given to the
masses on one giant, glittering, entertaining platter!” -DISORDER

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What did you do the first time a teen crush broke your heart?
Mat Devine formed a band, bent on romantic revenge, and named it Kill Hannah.
Years later, the hurt is gone, but the name and now famous ‘sniper heart’ logo have become
a permanent part of modern alt-rock iconography.
Starting in the late 90′s with a dream to become “an edgier, American version of The
Cure
”, frontman Devine led his band through years of “paying dues the hard way”, before
finally conquering their hometown of Chicago, and going on to navigate a treacherous
industry through a relentless worldwide touring schedule, two major label releases, and
more than a few VH1 Behind the Music moments. Billy Corgan (Smashing Pumpkins)
once stated, “Kill Hannah is the future of Chicago Rock”, and on the band’s third and latest
LP, WAKE UP THE SLEEPERS (OSR / Universal Motown), Kill Hannah have lived up
to the praise by delivering their deepest and most thought-provoking collection of songs to
date.



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