From their first self-titled EP to the debut full-length “A Criminal Record” Malkovich has progressed from a chaotic hardcore band to a fully grown rock monster fusing elements of punk, metal, rock and jazz into an original sound of their own. The new album “Kings n’ Bosses”, to be released through Go-Kart Records in late April 2007, proves that the band has matured and diversified even more. The album contains 12 catchy and dynamic tracks revolving around one single theme: PARTY! Lyrically, you do not have to worry about the group having lost its sense of urgency, however, they have chosen to voice it in a new and unorthodox manner while still holding a mirror to itself and the world surrounding it. 2007 might be the “1999” that Prince was dreaming of, so let’s party before we’re out of time. And, yeah, it’s true what they say, there ain’t no party like a Malkoholic party! Releases: Kings n' Bosses CD (2007, Go-Kart Records) Kings n' Bosses LP (2007, TBA) A Criminal Record CD (2004, Reflections Records) A Criminal Record LP (2004, Crash Landing Records) 017 CDep (Reflections Records) The Foundation Rocks CD (2003, Coalition Records) The Foundation Rocks 10 inch (2003, Crash Landing Records) Self-tilted CD (2004, Coalition Records) Self-titled 12 inch (2002, Cheerleader Productions/Transit Recordings) Malkovich is: Hugo Malkovich - vocals Job Malkovich - bass Josha Malkovich - drums Mark Malkovich - guitars Thomas Malkovich - guitars Malkovich was: Aart Malkovich (2000-2002) Miriam Malkovich (2000-2006) Read more on Last.fm.
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