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Killer Zeus – heading for the big time
The Budapest stay was just the beginning. Killer Zeus manager Johnny L took some time to answer a few questions about the past and the future.

– 2009 was a year of expanding creativity for the band. Starting with the spring release of Burning forest Killer Zeus went on a early release vacation to Budapest, which turned out to be the location where in fact the recordings both were technically and spiritually finalized. Part of the summer was spent in a cabin in northern Scania recording more material, which later was compiled to the Matt Ellis, Budapest single. During the year Killer Zeus performed with, amongst others, Kristian Anttila, the Swedish national pop-star. The band also expanded to new territory, playing in Gothenburg, Helsingborg, as well as Malmoe.

And what about the future?
– 2010 will continue to be a search for the perfect sound, the perfect band, the perfect song. Hopefully in the future we can summarize 2010 as the year Killer Zeus made itself a name, big time.


Daniel Magnusson
Joensuu 1685 – religious reverb from Helsinki
Love Is Not My Only Crime – scratching heads and making plans
Danish Daycare – the career of a Daycare
Melodies In Mono – analog ideas
The Voyage – collaborations and fantastic gigs
From Our Hearts – and the chemistry between them
This Vision – with new visions
Jenny Wilson – stronger than ever
Skilla – a year of surprises
Adam Tensta – Its a Tensta year
Le Dupont – the past and the future
Susanna Risberg Pop Band – not just a pop band
Riddarna – unconventional rock
Jesper Norda – key words from a quiet heart
Daniel Norgren – brilliant blues
Crescendolls – rockin all over the year
Portrait Painter(s), pop reaching further than Jazzhuset
Boris & The Jeltsins, the world seen through the eyes of a worried boy
Fulmakten, simple and straight
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