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Riding With Killers Release Music Video For “Novelty”

The song comes from the groups recent full length ‘Full Circle’, out now. Riding With Killers features Taproot guitarist Taylor Roberts


(DETROIT, MI) - FEB 14, 2024 - Riding With Killers, the Detroit-based alt/metal trio, has released their powerful new music video for the single “Novelty”. The track comes from their newest album ‘Full Circle’, which is available now on Spotify, Apple Music and Youtube.



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RIYL - Of Mice & Men, Filter, Stabbing Westward, Bring Me The Horizon Etc.

Press photo by Cheyenne Comerford 


With a fiery mix of 90’s alt-rock, industrial, and nu-metal, Riding With Killers creates a sound that is a sonic assault, while balancing things out with infectious choruses and memorable guitar riffs. The music video for “Novelty” was directed by the talented Jackson Swan, and the video perfectly captures the essence of the guitarist/vocalist Taylor Roberts' lyrics and band’s music. 


The 12 songs on ‘Full Circle’ showcase the diverse range of Taylor Roberts’ talent and serve as a storytelling platform for many of the life challenges and successes he has endured over recent years. For the album, Roberts enlisted the help of friends Paul McCoy of 12 Stones (on World Apart) and Jennie Nord of Rave The Reqviem (on In Silence) for guest vocals. 


Taylor Roberts, who is also the guitarist of Taproot, formed Riding With Killers (RWK) in 2018 in the ashes of his former projects Cathercist and Wild Fire, which both had success in the hard rock genre over the years. The band is rounded out by their newest drummer, Jed Thibeault (Avalon Black, etc), and bassist Kris Kress. 

‘Full Circle’ is a testament to the band's ferocious energy, being led with a massive 90’s rock-inspired guitar riff and vocalist Taylor Roberts’ unforgettable range. 

 

About Riding With Killers:


While Riding with Killers may be a new name on the rock scene, the members of the Detroit trio have seen more stages and logged more hours in the studio than most could imagine. Taylor Roberts, frontman and mastermind of RWK (formerly of Cathercist / Wild Fire), formed a friendship with ex-taproot drummer Dave Coughlin which led to the early music from the band. Since 2018, the band has built a name for themselves in the Gulf Coast region and beyond. Their newest album ‘Full Circle’ is out now and the band recently released a video for the single “Novelty”. 


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Bob Bradley

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