I often wondered why jazz and metal not more often are melt together?! Obviously band like Panzerballet have heard about this thought and made music for me to satisfy my request! I`m joking of course, but there’s no joke that I was very glad when I found the band Kilter!
They melt together the two mentioned genres but with more jazz then metal. Both metal and jazz are rejected by the mainstream, value outside-the-box thinking and are often completely unpredictable. A marriage of this couple might deliver a very exciting music. Kilter succeed in making their pretty unique music I must admit.
Brooklyn experimental metal trio Kilter is headed overseas this October for the confirmed dates in Germany and Czechoslovakia thus far, joining German jazz metal band Panzerballet. Bassist and composer Laurent David says, «Kilter can’t wait to open for the Panzerballet on their album release tour!». The track Behind Your Door,
In addition, the tour will see the band officially release the band’s critically acclaimed album Axiom on vinyl. The official release date will be October 2nd. Just in time for the band’s first show on October 5th. The track Spherical Bastards featuring Per Nilsson
·Oct. 5 — Fürth @ Kofferfabrik
·Oct. 6 — Prague @ Rock Cafe
·Oct. 8 — Regensburg @ Leerer Beutel
·Oct. 9 — München @ Backstage Werk
·Oct. 10 — Würzburg @ Immerhin
·Oct. 11 — Berlin @ Kesselhaus
·Oct. 13 — Bremen @ Meisenfrei
·Oct 21 — Zürich @ Exil
·Oct 22 — Reutlingen @ franz.K
Brooklyn trio Kilter released their debut full-length, Axiom early in 2020. A follow-up to their 2018 self-titled EP, Axiom features instrumental metal-jazz inspired by the unrelenting hustle and grind of New York City. Founder and bassist Laurent David (Label Alter-nativ) teamed up with drummer Kenny Grohowski ( Imperial Triumphant) and saxophonist Edward Rosenberg III (Jerseyband, Heart Of Barf) to create an daring and spontaneous work of avant-garde metal.