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Killing Bear

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In the far distant future a mystical tribe on Mars use their psychic powers to travel back in time. They possessed the minds of a band of musicians with the aim to utilise their partytastic powers to correct the undoings of the past.

Armed with nothing but drums, synths and amplified guitars the band was then able to transcend the barriers of space-time. With the power of music they travelled back a millennia and stopped a devastating event in our history. This event now never occurred because we are living in a parallel future to the one in which it happened. Now in 2016 the next catastrophic event is just around the corner and we need you to party hard to help stop it from ever happening.

Killing Bear! Psychedelic futuristic music from the past from another planet.

Band Members:
Levon Mason (drums, vocals)
Liam Hanley (bass)
Cormac Ferris (guitar, vocals)
Lachlan Ferris (keyboards, vocals)

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New Video for Killing Bear
Posted: Mon Aug 30, 2010 7:03 pm
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6MvYnXpc7m8
 

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