Killing Gandhi was fouded in Copenhagen back in 2013. The idea for writing an album together came in the aftermath of a somewhat tragic musical breakdown, and the drive to keep the spirit of being a musician alive and try new challenges. Their debut album ‘Cinematic Parallels’ was released by Crime Records on the 14th of august 2015, it was mixed by Jacob Hansen (a.o. Volbeat & Amaranthe. Killing Gandhi won in 2015 the award for upcoming metal act of the year 2015. The album was very well received by the international press:
“This band can totally kick ass and write some pretty epic Melodic Death Metal songs. We are jaded by all the copycats the genre has, but these guys are the real deal as they bring their own unique elements to the mix and craft some brilliant headbanging anthems in the process. If you are a fan of the genre, look no more and pick up “Cinematic Parallels” as this is one the best releases in the genre of 2015.” ~ Infernal Masquerade Webzine
Bart Schaaphok, owner and head of booking at Black Sheep Bookings states:
“I am very excited to work with Killing Gandhi. Their debut album blew me away, catchy, melodic but straight in your face as well, excellent music. Now it is time to show the world who Killing Gandhi is.”
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“The songs are rock solid pieces of melodic death metal the Scandinavian way. ‘Cinematic Parallels’ is tightly played, perfectly crafted and frankly never leaves you bored. There’s lots of details, lots of things to discover with every listen. You can sense how Killing Gandhi have taken the time to nurture all these songs and allow them to mature. For me, they mature every time I listen to the album. This is a band that you want to keep an eye out for if you’re a fan of In Flames, Arch Enemy or Soilwork. A fantastic debut album, fair and square.“ ~Power of Metal.dk