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Love Me Destroyer

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Hometown: Denver, CO (USA)


Amidst band member exits, pressure of living up to previous bands' success, and the radical sporatic change in musical trends, Love Me Destroyer has remained to be one of the most respected, and sought after bands in the Denver scene.

After the breakup of the BYO records band, Pinhead Circus, Love Me Destroyer was quickly assembled and to be known as the next "biggest and best punk band from Colorado."

"Black Heart Affair" was recorded in the summer of 2003. Fans of previous projects found its similarities, yet it was clearly apparent the much heavier and darker direction Love Me Destroyer was headed. A year after it's US release on Suburban Home Records, "Black Heart Affair" was released in Japan through Bad News Records. Love Me Destroyer is a rare mix – bringing powerful and driving melodies together with the loud guitars and attitude makes fans of all genres fall in love with this band.

Love Me Destroyer's new solidified lineup is back on track, with successful tours with Planes Mistaken For Stars, Wilhelm Scream, and other solo tours accross the country. You can expect the band to be on the road constantly winnning over fans with their explosive live show.

In July of 2005, Love Me Destroyer was finally recognized in the highly respected Westword magazine as the best Punk band in Denver, winning the Westword Showcase against other well deserving bands such as Planes Mistaken For Stars and Vaux

The band will enter the studio in 2005 to record the follow up to "Black Heart Affair" to be released in early 2006, securing them as one of the hottest and most sought after bands in Denver.


Love Me Destroyer The Things Around Us Burn

Love Me Destroyer

The Things Around Us Burn (2007)

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Wednesday, April 4, 2007 at 2:00 PM (EDT)

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