Login with Facebook

Terms and Conditions
Privacy Policy

From Largest Collection in America
Event: Alternative/Rock, Pop
Holiday Havoc 2017 | Las Vegas, NV | Pearl Concert Theater at Palms Casino Resort | December 11, 2017
  • The Killers 1
  • The Killers 2
  • The Killers 3
  • The Killers 4
  • The Killers 5
  • Holiday Havoc 2017 1

Upcoming performances:

Upcoming performances:

  3.5    [2 reviews]

Holiday Havoc 2017
Pearl Concert Theater at Palms Casino Resort in Las Vegas

Follow Event  |  Mark as Going

Price: 40.00 - 155.00
[show more]

Las Vegas band whose inspired retro-rock earned them a lasting following in the 2000s. ~ Rovi

- rovi

Inspiration has never eluded Las Vegas' The Killers, and it's a damn good thing it hasn't, because their newest record, their third studio album entitled Day & Age, is full of their finest songs to date. "I think about moments when we were coming up with 'When You Were Young,' or, in this case, 'Spaceman,'" Flowers says. "If we'd decided at that moment, 'Let's go to the park,' they might not haveĀ happened. It's scary.

It almost makes me not want to stop because I could be missing out on these wonderful songs. They're out there for the taking--you've just got to grab them."

Together with bassist Mark Stoermer, guitarist Dave Keuning, and drummer Ronnie Vannucci, Flowers helped to mold the album into 10 songs that work best together as a whole, each individually describing an evolution of the Las Vegas band's sound. "We're always pushing ourselves," says Stoermer, "and there's a lot of diversity here--from anthemic rock to dance songs." Flowers adds: "We felt like Sam's Town was a continuation of Hot Fuss, and we feel like this is a continuation of Sam's Town. But at the same time, Day and Age is totally different from both of them, while still sounding like us. It's kind of looking at Sam's Town from Mars."

Those familiar with the band's oeuvre will recognize their signature in the synth-heavy "Human," four minutes of sweeping, epic rock, on which Flowers sings: "My sign is vital/ My hands are cold/ And I'm on knees, looking for the answer/ Are we human, or are we dancer?" He says the lyrics were inspired by a disparaging comment made by Hunter S. Thompson about how America was raising a generation of dancers. But the song also had some help from album producer Stuart Price (aka Jacques LuCont), known for his work with Madonna and Missy Elliot, and who'd previously remixed "Mr. Brightside." "He was the icing on the cake," says Stoermer.

- eventsfy

[show more]

4321 West Flamingo Road
Las Vegas, NV 89103 (US)

What makes this performance great?

Back to Top