Watch the Joker-inspired: ‘Killing Joke’ music video by UK hard rock band, Voodoo Vegas.
This twisted, disturbing new video features band members in make up, including famous characters from the DC universe, and other psychotic characters, dreamt up to give you nightmares.
‘Killing Joke’ is the first single taken from the new Voodoo Vegas album ‘Freak Show Candy Floss’ ,which is released 4th November 2016 via PHD.
“I’ve always been a big fan of comics, especially the clown prince of crime.” states Voodoo Vegas frontman, Lawrence Case “‘Killing Joke’ is a song written about him and is inspired by his historic past. When we wrote the song I knew I wanted to film a video where I turned into the Joker, and ‘Killing Joke’ is it.”
‘Freak Show Candy Floss’ is the 2nd album released by Voodoo Vegas, and again features the artwork of acclaimed British comic book artist Jim Boswell.
Praise for the new Voodoo Vegas album ‘Freak Show Candy Floss’
“Voodoo Vegas rampage through these new songs with wildfire intensity and incredibly intelligent writing and song-structuring” (5/5) – Get Ready To Rock
“They show their diversity on this new album, with the likes of the superb ‘Resolution’ and ‘Sleeping In The Rain'” (5/5) – RAMzine
“There’s real maturity in the band’s song writing…’Freak Show Candy Floss’ is a classy second album that shows Voodoo Vegas developing into a power house act” – RockGig Reviews
“‘Freak Show Candy Floss’ really pushes the band beyond their boundaries…tremendous results” – Rock Regeneration
“Clearly a band passionate about what they are doing, and working hard to capture and convey their energy and dynamic range to a broader audience” (4/5) – Rock N’ Load
“Freak Show Candy Floss is an impressive second album” – Musipedia Of Metal (8/10)
“There’s no filler here, every song on the album is a belter” – Trebuchet Magazine
“If you’re not a fan yet, it’s only a matter of time until you will be” (8/10) – Metal Talk
“Fresh, vital and important…’Freak Show Candy Floss’ is a boiling blast of British metal and an excellent excuse for some escapism” – Sea Of Tranquility