Artist info

Genre

Dance, Electronic, Hip Hop, Metal


Sounds like

Bring Me The Horizon, Scarlxrd, Krewella, The Amity Affliction, $uicideboy$, Ghostmane, Northlane, Kayzo


Influences

Bring Me The Horizon, The Amity Affliction, Twenty One Pilots, Krewella, Qoiet, Scarlxrd, Linkin Park, Architects, Northlane, Skrillex, Poppy


Website

soundcloud.com/kilagirl

Bio

Listening to KILA feels like staggering your way through some crazed nightmare.
It’s dark and twisted, but it’s completely captivating.
With her hellish screams and unapologetically brutal production, this artist is unlike any other, it’s all out punch to the face…
This is not for the faint of heart; the raw, bone chilling music of KILA will crawl beneath your skin and keep you from sleeping.
KILA melds elements of dance, electronic, and metal to deliver a sound that’s unlike anything you’ve encountered before...

Review

Review by Claire Mooney Claire Mooney

21 Jan 2020

Triple J
40

It's mental, dark and haunting. You wouldn't wanna be hearing this at night in case it triggers that demon you didn't want to see in your mirror.

It's mental, dark and haunting. You wouldn't wanna be hearing this at night in case it triggers that demon you didn't want to see in your mirror.

Review

Review by The Aston Shuffle The Aston Shuffle

05 Jun 2018

Triple J
30

Whoaaaaaaa!!!!!!! I literally had to take my headies off cause I thought my head was gonna explode. That snare is the snare to end all snares and that vocal freaks me the f_uk out hahaha

Whoaaaaaaa!!!!!!! I literally had to take my headies off cause I thought my head was gonna explode. That snare is the snare to end all snares and that vocal freaks me the f_uk out hahaha

Review

Review of ANXIETY by KILA Tommy Faith

30 May 2018

Triple J
40

Totally in your own lane here KILA with these uncompromising and dark soundscapes. Throwing me back to one of my earliest electronic / metal crossover acts Genghis Tron

Totally in your own lane here KILA with these uncompromising and dark soundscapes. Throwing me back to one of my earliest electronic / metal crossover acts Genghis Tron