Featuring ex-members of Bullet For My Valentine and Still Remains amongst their ranks, internationally-flavoured metallers Kill The Lights have shared their new, blistering cover of the classic Metallica classic, “Battery”, following on from the success of their previous cover of Testament‘s “In The Pit”.

Drummer Moose Thomas explains, “We were talking about doing another “Quarantine Cover” after we had so much fun covering “Into The Pit” by Testament, and it was obvious that we had to try and top that. In my mind I’ve always wanted to cover anything off the amazingly good Master Of Puppets, and it came down to a choice between “Disposable Heroes” or “Battery”. We chose the latter just because we all agreed that it would be a good challenge to hopefully do justice to. And of course, we’re massive Metallica fans (who isn’t?) and we had a fun time tracking it!”

Kill The Lights remain hopeful to proceed with their ten, previously announced, headline UK shows in March 2021. Special guests will be Hopeless Records-signed, Newcastle crew GroundCulture.

Tour Dates:

03/03 – Bournemouth – The Anvil
03/04 – Brighton – The Green Door Store
03/05 – London – Boston Music Room
03/06 – Bridgend – Hobos
03/08 – Bristol – Rough Trade
03/09 – Leeds – The Key Club
03/10 – Nottingham – The Old Salutation
03/12 – Glasgow – The Garage Attic
03/13 – Manchester – Star And Garter
03/14 – Birmingham – Asylum 2

Kill The Lights debut album, The Sinner is out now through Fearless Records.

Artwork for ‘Battery’ by Kill The Lights

I have an unhealthy obsession with bad horror movies, the song Wanted Dead Or Alive and crap British game shows. I do this not because of the sex, drugs and rock 'n' roll lifestyle it affords me but more because it gives me an excuse to listen to bands that sound like hippos mating.