Album News, Tour Dates, Tracklist — May 26, 2010 at 1:06 pm

My Life With the Thrill Kill Kult preps ‘Sinister Whisperz’ ’87-’91 comp, touring U.S.

My Life With the Thrill Kill Kult, circa 1990

Industrial mainstays My Life With the Thrill Kill Kult will revisit their late-’80s, early-90s tenure on Chicago’s trailblazing Wax Trax! Records with a new compilation this summer and tours with Psychotica and Lords of Acid.

Due out July 13 and billed as the first in a series, Sinister Whisperz — Volume One: The ‘Wax Trax’ years (1987-1991) features a dozen tracks spanning the band’s four albums on the Chicago-based label — but not, for some reason, the Thrill Kill Kult’s best-known song, “Sex on Wheelz” — plus an outtake from that era called “Satana Rising.”

The tracks, which include “And This is What the Devil Does” and “A Daisy Chain 4 Satan” (see full tracklist below), have been remixed by the band’s Buzz McCoy: “It was like visiting old friends after 20 years by remixing those songs. And it was nice to finally add some sonic sparkle to those dusty, old tracks!”

The new compilation will be sold in three formats: a single CD or one of two limited-edition box sets packaged with the 10-track bonus disc Live in San Antonio 6/10/1990.

The band currently is on tour, hitting a string of West Coast dates this month with New York “glam-sex-shock-rockers” Psychotica. That will be followed by a reprise this summer of 1995’s co-headlining Sextacy Ball tour with Lords of Acid (see dates below). According to the band’s website, “The tour will also evoke the look and sound of those early ‘industrial’ years, and the set list will reflect on that era as well.”

UPDATE 6/4/10: Full Sextacy Ball tour dates added.

See My Life With the Thrill Kill Kult tracklists and tour dates after the jump…

My Life With the Thrill Kill Kult, 'Sinister Whisperz'

Tracklist: My Life With the Thrill Kill Kult, Sinister Whisperz

1. “And This Is What The Devil Does”
2. “Burning Dirt”
3. “Do U Fear (For Your Child?)”
4. “Nervous Xians”
5. “The Days Of Swine & Roses”
6. “These Remains”
7. “Shock Of Point 6”
8. “A Daisy Chain 4 Satan”
9. “Ride The Mindway”
10. “Kooler Than Jesus”
11. “Leathersex”
12. “A Girl Doesn’t Get Killed By A Make-Believe Lover…’Cuz It’s Hot”
13. “Satana Rising”

Bonus disc: Live in San Antonio 6/10/90

1. “And This Is What The Devil Does”
2. “A Daisy Chain 4 Satan”
3. “Gateway To Hell”
4. “The Days Of Swine & Roses”
5. “These Remains”
6. “On This Rack”
7. “Burning Dirt”
8. “X Communication”
9. “Do You Fear (For Your Child?)”
10. “Ride The Mindway”

My Life With the Thrill Kill Kult tour dates:

May 26: The Blank Club, San Jose, CA*
May 27: Red Devil Lounge, San Francisco, CA*
May 28: Beauty Bar, San Diego, CA*
May 29: Bar Sinister, Hollywood, CA*
May 30: Club Mardi Gras, Scottsdale, AZ*
May 31: Forbes Bar, Las Vegas, NV*

July 13: Studio 7, Seattle, WA**
July 14: Dante’s, Portland, OR**
July 15: DNA Lounge, San Francisco, CA**
July 16: Club Nokia, Los Angeles, CA**
July 18: Rialto, Tucson, AZ**
July 20: Club Sound, Salt Lake City, UT**
July 21: Ogden Theatre, Denver, CO**
July 22: Bourbon Theatre, Lincoln, NE**
July 23: Ground Zero, Minneapolis, MN**
July 24: Cubby Bear, Chicago, IL**
July 25: The Rave, Milwaukee, WI**
July 27: Peabody’s Downunder, Cleveland, OH**
July 28: Blondies, Detroit, MI**
July 29: Diesel, Pittsburgh, PA**
July 30: The Gramercy Theatre, New York, NY**
July 31: Dracula’s Ball, Philadelphia, PA**
Aug. 2: Bourbon Street, Baltimore, MD**
Aug. 4: Club Firestone, Orlando, FL**
Aug. 5: Culture Room, Fort Lauderdale, FL**
Aug. 6: State Theatre, St. Petersburg, FL**
Aug. 7: Masquerade, Atlanta, GA**
Aug. 8: Valarium, Knoxville, TN**
Aug. 10: Scout Bar, San Antonio, TX**
Aug. 11: Scout Bar, Houston, TX**
Aug. 12: Trees, Dallas, TX**
Aug. 13: Sunshine Theatre, Albuquerque, NM**
Aug. 14: Venue of Scottsdale, Phoenix, AZ**

*With Psychotica
**With Lords of Acid


  1. the state theatre is in St. Pete Florida, not Tampa

  2. You missed a bunch of dates! Check out
    Many of the dates look like duplicates. TKK started their own tour, and then booked the Sextacy tour with LOA, a month and a half later, hitting the same route and many of the same venues again, causing a bit of confusion.

  3. Thanks, I’ll add those — they weren’t announced when I posted this initially.

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