Kill For Total Peace biography Should Total Peace mean a French psychedelic choir with peaceful fellows surrounded by bottles of wine? Actually KILL FOR TOTAL PEACE (named simply as 'Total Peace' until 2006) seem to be a side project of One Switch To Collision, around an echoic voicemaker D Gage as the frontman, but they are always veiled under foggy psychedelia (even Pan European Recording, the label currently they belong to, keeps silent about their real life). Their unceasing effort for psychedelic progressive rock could crystallize into their terrific debut album 'Kill For', released in September 2009. KILL FOR TOTAL PEACE Videos (YouTube and more). Sort: Recent best-seller Results cached.
Album · 2009 · 9 Songs. Released: Nov 1, 2009. 2009 Pan European Recording. More By Kill for Total Peace.
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For Parisian quintet Kill For Total Peace, it’s probably got something to do with their label, Pan European Recording. Check out a few Francophonic stone-outs from the label’s roster like Aqua Nebula Oscillator or Koudlam if you need a zonky soundtrack for your next nuit verte. The band took shape after KFTP’s singer (who calls himself D. Gage) started working in a record shop. He met a shaggy slacker named Intra Moros, and the two became fast friends. They brought in a few high school buddies and formed a garage band. On Kill For, their 2009 debut for Pan European, the band transcends the blacklit stylings of its labelmates, drawing upon prog, dub, kraut, and garage in equal measure. Guage was listening to the Velvets’ 80s brethren from a young age, and it shows in his checked-out, snotty sneer. Listen to these guys the next time you get sick of your old Sonic Youth or Sebadoh records.