Origin: North Carolina, USA  
Genres: Traditional Metal
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Last update/review: October 16, 2003

Killer Khan

Killer Khan are so uncannily mid-80's, one wonders if the band has hibernated in a cave the last fifteen years. But while a band like this could easily sound stale or dated, Killer Khan is neither. The music derives from classic eighties metal, with a style that is reminiscient of bands such as Judas Priest or Dio, and yet is a sound all their own at the same time. Add to that vocals that are strikingly similar to Ozzy during his early solo years, and the result is an album that is just plain great to listen to. Uncomplicated, no-thrills metal all the way, Kill Devil Hills hits all the marks, and is highly recommended into anyone nostalgic about the good old days of metal in the 80's.

Last Lineup

Killian Khan

vocals/rhythm guitar

Richard Downs

lead guitar

Paul Arntz

bass

Jeff Ausdemore

drums

Former Members/Guests

Drake Osborne

bass



Discography


Latitude Zero  
1995 independent



Rock N' Roll Forever  
1997 independent
  1. Kamikaze
  2. British Barbie
  3. Neither King Nor Kaiser
  4. Leather And Lace
  5. The Hated And The Damned
  6. Vanishing Point
  7. Dark Shadows
  8. Hammer Of The Gods
  9. Sanctuary
  10. Rock N' Roll Forever
  • Killian Khan
  • Richard Downs
  • Drake Osborne
  • Jeff Ausdemore



Kill Devil Hills  
1999 independent
  1. Computer Icon
  2. Dr. Strangelove
  3. Kill Devil Hills
  4. Wicked Chimes Of The Southern Bells
  5. Supersonic Masquerade
  6. Evilution
  7. The Alamo
  8. Metal Death Star
  9. Mt. Olympus
  • Killian Khan
  • Richard Downs
  • Paul Arntz
  • Jeff Ausdemore




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