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IFoundTheKiller @ The Junction

Cambridge, Not Applicable, United Kingdom

Cambridge, Not Applicable, United Kingdom

IFoundTheKiller @ Bar Ruin

Bury St.Edmunds, Not Applicable, United Kingdom

Bury St.Edmunds, Not Applicable, United Kingdom

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Britian and The United States join forces on many things and it seems they've joined force in music now with the introduction of Pop-Metallers IFoundTheKiller. Chiodos style breakdowns and Motion City Soundtrack catchy chorus' blend perfectly not to mention the occasional guitar pinch harmonic.

2009 is a big year for the IFTK camp with the recording of their debut EP and a fast booking line of shows. Keep your eyes peeled for the letters I.F.T.K. - Ourzone Magazine


Where To From Here... (EP 2009) .

New EP release set for Jan '10.



IFoundTheKiller (aka IFTK) are a fast rising 4-piece act based in Cambridge, UK.

The band consists of 2 Americans and 2 British members and was originally formed on the American Military base RAF Lakenheath, UK. Family being in the military has meant the band has had members come and go until now. A solid line-up, with all members classified as adults and happy to ditch further education they have taken on part-time jobs to pay to pursue their dream of a life in music. No band could have more heart and belief in what they do right now.

The band takes their main influences from bands such as Brand New, Four Year Strong, Daggermouth and Senses Fail. The outcome in sound is what the band describes as "Pop-Core". "Catchy chorus' for the girls. Beatdowns for the boys."

The band has consistantly toured through 2008 and 2009 having played such venues as The Cockpit (Leeds) and the Monto Waterrats Theatre (London). Their white van a sight to be scene, scattered with signatures/drawings from fans made on the road.

IFTK's latest release was the EP "Where To From Here...". A very personal CD, dedicated to the bands friends and family scattered across the world. The EP was not released and only sold at live shows through July and August 2009. The band had 500 copies printed and sold 351 of those in the space of 19 shows.

The band is presently taking time out to write a mini-album which they are looking to have professionally released, promoted and distributed early 2010. Between writing they are also filming a video for "Welcome To Shanksville, Population You!". Stay tuned for that, expected December 2009.

With IFTK firmly on the UK music scene the boys intend to up the anti through 2010 with tours and releases, carrying on with the 110% attitude they have always known.