Swedish/Canadian/American band Killer Bee is launching a radio campaign and will be releasing singles from their back catalog that will hit radios around the world from a special radio edition CD called Killing You Softly. The campaign starts off on June 3rd with the song “I’d Love To Change The World”, produced and recorded by Kee Marcello (ex-Europe) and originally found on 1997’s World Order Revolution album.
Later this summer the single “If We Die Tomorrow” will be released followed by a video, and there will be more…songs such as “I Believe” and “All The Things You Say” will also be in the campaign – and all this is happening before the scheduled release of their brand new album Eye in the Sky on September 16, 2016. A video and a radio campaign will also follow the new release. The first single from the new album will be the song “Get On Board”.
Killer Bee consists of Brian Frank (Vocals), Anders LA Ronnblom (Bass), Morgan Evans (Drums), Paul “Tonka” Chapman (Guitar) and André Hägglund (Guitar). The band was on a rampage in the 90’s according to their Facebook page with the release of 3 albums, 5 singles, and as many videos. Killer Bee showed at that time that traditional hard rock of the truest kind never dies. Their bull-headed approach and never say die attitude landed them shows all over the world between 1994-1998. In May 1998 after a 6 month period in the Canary Islands, the band took a break, a break that would last 15 years. In 2011 they released Almost There a self-proclaimed salute to days gone by that gave fans a chance to hear a compilation of songs that the band thought best represented them from their earlier releases. This lead to an unexpected but true realization that after 15 years of absence, they had been missed. The songwriting team of Anders LA Ronnblom and Brian “Bee” Frank went to work. This resulted in the 2012 album From Hell and Back and 2013’s Evolutionary Children.
In 2015 Killer Bee made a stop in Toronto as a part of the Armed Alliance Tour supporting BulletBoys. Decibel Geek Photographer Brian Ronald was on hand for these captures of the event showcased in the gallery below. Also, check out The Meister‘s 2013 interview with Anders LA Ronnblom: Stung By a Killer Bee-A Chat with Anders LA Ronnblom