Back on stage!
We have a new drummer! Welcome Jon!
We would like to welcome Jon MacIsaac as our new drummer for Kilmore! Jon is an amazing drummer and overall great human and we are more then excited to have him on our team. We are currently working on new music and will be hitting the stage on March 7th at Gus’ Pub & Grill for our first gig together.
As you may know, Lor has moved on and is working on other projects. We all appreciate her dedication, hard work and head banging over the past 6 years. We wish her all the best in the future! 🥁❤️
We are looking forward to releasing new music and getting back to playing in 2020. Hope to see you out on March 7th! 🤘🤘🖤Rock and Roll
We won Loud Recording of the Year at the 2019 East Coast Music Awards.
Holy! Thank you #ECMA2019 and everyone who has supported us!
NEW VIDEO ROGUE SESSIONS LIVE FOR “THE WIRE” OUT NOW!
A live recording at the Hatchet Lake HQ. Check out more Rogue Sessions here.
We won Loud Recording of the Year at the 2018 Music Nova Scotia Awards! Thank you Music Nova Scotia and everyone who has supported us. We are looking forward to working even harder in 2019!
We filmed a spooky video for our 2nd single “Dark Matter” off our album “Call of the Void”. Directed, filmed and edited by Crystal Porter.
“On Call of the Void, the riffs are relentless as the band channels gloom through minor chords that at times creep towards metal territory. The spirit of darkness breathes through the lyrics as Kilmore reminds us rock is alive and well.” – Jonathan Briggins, The Coast
“the heavy and bluesy sounds really drive home those themes of reckless behaviour and dark feelings… The band effectively portray their intended emotions and messages to the listener through their music while providing them with something to bang their head—or groove—to.” – The East Magazine
Talked a little about “Call of the Void” and our Listening Party coming up on May 31st on Global Halifax.
We filmed a video, at Peggy’s Cove, NS for our first single “Seven Seas” off our upcoming album “Call of the Void” Directed, filmed and edited by Crystal Porter.
Check out the article from PureGrainAudio.com
We’re playing NSMW
Nova Scotia Music Week
We are heading to Truro to play the 2016 NSMW Festival. Check out the other artists below…
Hittin’ The Road Soon!
Kilmore Live at Codapop Studios – Weight of the World
Here is the 1st of our video series for Kilmore Live at Codapop. It was a great night and we had Jessie Brown come sing some songs with us.
If you missed it or if you want to relive it PLEASE DO…maybe give it a share too.
PS: Thanks to Jason Jenkyns for recording it and Doug Taylor for being such a great host.
Kilmore on Global News – Halifax
We were on Global Halifax this morning! Talked a little about our East Coast Music Association (ECMA) nomination and keepin’ it real.
Check it out HERE – Global News Halifax – Kilmore.
City Lights Nominated for Loud Recording of the Year
Kilmore’s debut EP has been nominated for this year’s ECMAs for Loud Recording of the Year. They are along side other nominees Dumpster Mummy, Chaos Theory, Cabbages & Kings & Shades of Sorrow. They will be heading to Sydney to showcase in April. Thank you to everyone for their support!
Kilmore Release Official Video for “Younger Years”
Kilmore has released their official video for “Younger Years”, a single off of their debut City Lights EP. They worked with ECMA winning Director, Dillon Garland.
The video is based on the lyrical story of longing for those younger years while working day to day and watching “Office Space”. Yeeeeah if you could just go ahead and watch this Kilmore video…that would be great…yeeaah and share it on your social media. Thanks a bunch, Milton.
Kilmore is heading to NSMW in Yarmouth, NS on November 5th. They have been nominated for Loud Recording of the Year for their EP “City Lights”. Check out the full festival line up and nominees at nsmw.ca
You can buy the ‘City Lights” EP on ITunes now
You can stream City Lights now on Exclaim!
Halifax’s Kilmore list their genre on Facebook as “riff rock,” and the band’s new EP certainly lives up to that description. Here at Exclaim!, we’ve got the premiere of that five-song collection.
The opening title cut begins City Lights with brawny, distorted guitar licks, steadily pounding drums and wailing vocals akin to classic rock radio. This sets the tone for the four-piece’s muscular sound, as tracks like “Rising Sun” and “Weight of the World” are similarly stuffed with meaty riffage, while “Peace of Mind” is slightly more restrained and slow-burning. The curveball is “Younger Years,” which ventures into a folk rock direction with its acoustic strums.
The EP was recorded with Erien Eady-Ward at Halifax’s Codapop Studios. Scroll past the band’s Canadian tour schedule below to listen to it in full before it arrives on June 5.
06/06 Halifax, NS – The Seahorse Tavern
06/19 Truro, NS – Champion’s Bar
06/20 Moncton, NB – Plan B Lounge
06/21 Quebec City, QC – Le Cercle
06/23 Toronto, ON – The Hideout
06/24 Peterborough, ON – The Spill
06/25 Montreal, QC – Barfly
06/26 Moncton, NB – Plan B Lounge
06/27 Charlottetown, PE – Baba’s Lounge
07/04 Halifax, NS – The Oasis
07/11 Charlottetown, PE – Fishbones
07/18 Saint John, NB – Panic Room
07/30 Corner Brook, NL – Swirsky’s
07/31 St. John’s, NL – CBTG’s Bar
08/01 St. John’s, NL – CBTG’s Bar
Kilmore City Lights Tour this June/July 2015
Photos by Patrick Rogers
City Lights EP Release Show
Come out to our EP Release show Sat. June 6th at The Seahorse Tavern.