Killer Bee To Release New Album in 2018 plus ‘Tapes From The Attic’ Album with Five Songs from Early
Killer Bee will be celebrating its 25th year anniversary with the release of several new albums including a new album to be released in the fall of 2018 and an album entitled Tales From The Attic, which will have five songs from the early ’90s.
Killer Bee‘s website states, “In 2018 Killer Bee are celebrating 25 Years.. time certainly flies. At the moment we are working on a new album in Church Garden Studios planned to be released in the fall of 2018, and there are more releases planned as well – five songs from the early 90’s that was found among all the tapes that have been saved throughout the tears, therefore the title Tapes From The Attic… and a 25-year Anniversary Vinyl are in the works as well… much more to come so stay tuned!
We are very excited and we’re looking forward to hit the roads with LoNero http://billlonero.com/mainindex/ A fantastic band that delivers kickass instrumental songs with amazing guitars, and here’s what the media has to say… so Check them out, and we´ll see you soon.”
The Swedish-Canadian rock band is formed in the 1990s by the two main songwriters Anders “LA” Rönnblom (Bass) and Brian “Bee” Frank (Vocal), and at present time the rest members of the band are: Morgan Evans (Drums), Paul “Tonka” Chapman (Guitar) and André Hägglund (Guitar).
The rockers have five studio albums released and five singles amongst which is the No. 1 hit single “Take Me Home” that topped the charts for many weeks in Scandinavia.
Killer Bee has a lot of tours and performances on some of the biggest festival stages in Europe where they shared the stage with artists such as Oasis, R.E.M., Elton John, Rod Stewart, Peter Frampton, Jimmy Page, Robert Plant and Megadeth.