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Belladonnakillz

Belladonnakillz

Belladonnakillz


Belladonnakillz was a breakcore band formed in 2002 led by a Toronto-based virtuoso pianist and breakcore DJ/producer Peter Moskalyk (aka Belladonnakillz). Belladonnakillz has released 3 albums, "Perverted & Proud" (2005), "As If" (2006) and "Sorry,try again" (2009) The lively outfit was championed by the now-defunct Sublight Records, formerly home to experimental prodigies, such as Venetian Snares, Bong Ra, Richard Devine, the Flashbulb, and others affiliated with the glitchy IDM sound. Read more on Last.fm
Belladonnakillz was a breakcore band formed in 2002 led by a Toronto-based virtuoso pianist and breakcore DJ/producer Peter Moskalyk (aka Belladonnakillz). Belladonnakillz has released 3 albums, "Perverted & Proud" (2005), "As If" (2006) and "Sorry,try again" (2009) The lively outfit was championed by the now-defunct Sublight Records, formerly home to experimental prodigies, such as Venetian Snares, Bong Ra, Richard Devine, the Flashbulb, and others affiliated with the glitchy IDM sound. After reaching widespread critical acclaim with their debut album, 'Perverted And Proud' the band dissolved almost as quickly as they had formed, leaving Moskalyk to his solo devices once again. He subsequently released the aptly titled 'As If,' followed by 'Sorry, Try Again,' under Dross:tick Records. Belladonnakillz was also a frequent collaborator with KnifeHandChop of Tigerbeat6 Records and had his foreboding track 'Kill Bella Donna' remixed by German hardcore rave DJ the Panacea. Peter Moskalyk passed away in October 2010, at the age of 31. Read more on Last.fm.

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