I Killed The Prom Queen Biography
Last updated: 09/09/2010 12:00:00 PM
Not content with their busy 2003 schedule, Adelaide's I Killed The Prom Queen took 2004 by the throat and donÕt look like letting go in the near future. Simply reaching their potential isn't a motivation for this band, surpassing their own expectations and abilities are just a taste of their intentions and existence.
Adelaide's I Killed The Prom Queen unleashed a more powerful and dynamic debut full length than has yet to be experienced by most. "When Goodbye Means Forever", debuted in the Adelaide charts at #1 where and remained in that position many weeks after its release. The album also debuted in the AIR charts at #12 before breaking through into the top 10 to #6, remaining in the top 10 for over 6 weeks, a feat rarely achieved by a hardcore band. Easily satiating the IKTPQ followers, this release serves to reaffirm IKTPQ's evolution, displaying how much they've accomplished, the contribution they have made to underground music in Australia and the sheer distance they've evolved over the course of their existence.
Not letting their location or personnel changes hinder their progress, I Killed The Prom Queen hastily reinforced their name at the forefront of the Australian hardcore and metal scenes with consistent timely touring. They recently traveled a myriad of kilometres throughout Australia with international acts including Give Up The Ghost and Evergreen Terrace as well as playing with the likes of Fear Factory, Soilwork and Boy Sets Fire among countless individual dates headlining and destroying themselves.
Redefining Australian hardcore with an intense live show and their unique mixture of hardcore and metal, IKTPQ more than deliver an experience not yet seen within Australia, or in the States for that matter. Their first full length release from Hand of Hope Records will force you to reconsider your perception of Australian underground music and discover why IKTPQ will continue to break the barriers and not just trip over them...