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I Killed the Prom Queen detail final tour

As we previously suggested, defunct metalcore band I Killed the Prom Queen will indeed tour one last time before sailing off into the sunset. It’s no fizzle either— they’ve invited some big names to come down and share the stage for their final trek, including UK scenecore favorites Bring Me the Horizon, local fare The Red Shore, and The Ghost Inside for the run.

I Killed the Prom Queen will be reuniting the band along with an old friend, vocalist Michael Crafter, for the final line up. The May/June dates kick off on the 22nd and will hit a bunch of Australian cities before culminating in a pair of shows in Brisbane. You can check out the tour dates, along with Continue reading

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One last I Killed the Prom Queen tour?

Gossip is now abound down here in Australia that defunct metalcore act I Killed the Prom Queen could reunite for one last tour before sailing off into the sunset for good. The source is a credible one too … Michael Crafter, ex-vocalist for the band, has stated on the Killyourstereo.com website that the band will indeed tour come May/June for one last hurrah. No official word has been released yet, but promises have already been made about playing material spanning their entire career.

I Killed the Prom Queen released Music For the Recently Deceased in 2006 and split after the departure of vocalist Ed Butcher. Guitarist Jona Weinhofen joined California metal band Bleeding Through upon leaving IKTPQ. You can still check out the video for the track “Say Goodbye” below.

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