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Kill Rock Stars is an independent record label founded in 1991 by Slim Moon and based in Olympia, WA. Originally intended to release spoken word seven inches under the "wordcore" moniker, it quickly expanded to become a punk rock rock and roll label thru the release of a compilation, some rock seven inches, and albums and EPs. Bands on Kill Rock Stars include Bikini Kill, Sleater-Kinney and Huggy Bear

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The Corin Tucker Band: "Groundhog Day"
The Corin Tucker Band, the current project from ex-Sleater-Kinney vocalist Corin Tucker, have released a new song. "Groundhog Day" will appear on the group's sophomore effort Kill My Blues, due out September 18, 2012 via…
2012-06-29 11:00:01

The Corin Tucker Band / The Golden Bears
Corin Tucker Band, the eponymous new project from former Sleater-Kinney frontwoman Corin Tucker, have announced a run of tour dates next month. The shows are in support of 1,000 Years, which is due out October 5, 2010. The album is the first post-Sleater-Kinney output from the singer and promises a quieter sound built with "acoustic guitars, keyboards, interlocking…
2010-09-17 10:00:01

The Thermals: "Personal Life"
The Thermals are streaming their new album, Personal Life via NPR. The album is due out September 7, 2010 on Kill Rock Stars. Check it out here.…
2010-08-31 13:30:01

The Thermals: "I Don't Believe You"
The Thermals have posted the new video from Personal Life, their new album due out September 7, 2010 on Kill Rock Stars.…
2010-08-20 14:30:02

Corin Tucker Band post "Doubt" for download, tourdates
The Corin Tucker Band has posted their first downloadable track on Pitchfork. the track is titled "Riley" and comes from the former Sleater-Kinney frontwoman's new album 1,000 Years due out October 5, 2010 via Kill Rock Stars. Tucker's new band features Sara Lund (Unwound), and Seth Lorinczi (Golden Bears). We also have the previously announced October tourdates. You can see those below by…
2010-08-05 13:30:01

Corin Tucker Band (ex-Sleater-Kinney, Unwound) plan debut
Corin Tucker Band, the eponymous new project from former Sleater-Kinney frontwoman Corin Tucker, will be releasing 1,000 Years. Due out October 5, 2010, the album is the first post-Sleater-Kinney output from the singer and promises a quieter sound built with "acoustic guitars, keyboards, interlocking percussion, even cellos and violins," The band also features…
2010-07-13 10:10:01

The Thermals: "I Don't Believe You"
The Thermals have released the first single from their next album. The record is titled Personal Life and is due out September 7, 2010 via Kill Rock Stars. It is the follow-up to Now We Can See which was released in 2009. Check out "I Don't Believe You" via Pitchfork.…
2010-06-30 11:00:01

The Thermals announce new LP
The Thermals have announced the follow up to 2009's Now We Can See. The record is titled Personal Life and is due out September 7, 2010 via Kill Rock Stars. It is their second for the label. The Thermals re-teamed with producer Chris Walla (Death…
2010-06-04 15:00:01

Kill Rock Stars posts free sampler
Kill Rock Stars has posted a free digital sampler featuring tracks from The Thermals, Elliott Smith, Sleater-Kinney, Bikini Kill, The Paper Chase,…
2010-04-13 16:30:02

Sleater-Kinney's Corin Tucker preparing solo album
In a recent interview with The Portland Mercury, Corin Tucker of Sleater-Kinney confirmed that she'll be releasing a new solo album later this year through Kill Rock Stars. Tucker hopes to have to album out in October and play some shows around its…
2010-04-12 11:05:01

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