Wednesday, April 04, 2007


Keizo Matsuo: guitar, vox
Masafumi "Marya" Koyama: guitar, screams
Ray Bcanero Shinnosuke: bass
Taichi: drums

You may need to wear a helmet and body armour for protection but you don’t want to miss the glorious, physical insanity of a King Brothers performance. From Osaka, Japan, the King Brothers combine the elements of every vital era of rock ‘n' roll music into one reverb drenched ball of sound that will make your jaw drop…or break (depending on how close you’re standing!). This is very wild music and they take it very seriously. The King Brothers have toured Europe, the US and of course Japan leaving a trail of blind worshippers in their wake. Jon Spencer of the Blues Explosion (with whom they’ve toured twice) produced their album “6 x 3”. Now it’s Australia and New Zealand’s chance to witness what all the fuss is about.

In-Fidelity Records is releasing the King Brothers’ mighty album, Blues, in time for the tour. It’s a brutal, take-no-prisoners explosion of guitar and drums and vocals that leaves speaker cones shredded and begging for mercy.

As an added tour bonus, the album comes with a bonus DVD of an entire King Brothers live show (plus two video clips).

The KING BROTHERS are the new face of rock n' roll music.

"The King Brothers are the best rock n' roll band in the world"… Eric Oblivian (The Oblivians)

"See them before they all die of heart attacks"… Exile Osaka magazine


Thur 19 April - Crown & Anchor, Adelaide
Fri 20 April - Espy Front Bar, St Kilda
Sat 21 April - Exile On Smith, Collingwood
Tue 24 April - The Tote, Collingwood (Anzac Day Eve)
Thur 26 April - Rics, Brisbane
Fri 27 April - Spectrum, Sydney