The live show is a chaotic mixture of mind boggling stage antics. There are bagpipes, costumed characters, a crowd insulting band manager, and sometimes burlesque dancers. The show has been known to chainsaw guitars or pumpkins full of blood, smash televisions, break records over the heads of the fans, and breathe fire. The great thing is that it is loosely themed and you will never know exactly what is going to happen. There is a Christmas themed show every December that is called KIFFMAS where the show takes on a life of its own. Be sure to check one out.
KIFF’s lineup has remained the same for all of their 10 years. Andy Miller on the main vocals. Slayer Dug Smith on the guitar, Edward Warner on bass, and Jason Wheeler on the drums. There are some extended members of the KIFF family that you can see in the pictures. Each with their own talent they bring to the show.
KIFF has made some amazing accomplishments over the last 10 years. They have songs on two horror movie soundtracks. Some of the members were stars in the films. Look for Fistful of Brains and The Forever Dead.
Each member of KIFF is a rabid vinyl collector. So when the opportunity to be on a tribute album to the 1970’s biker rock band, The Godz, arose, KIFF jumped at the chance. The tribute album has some great artists keeping KIFF company. It is the debut of Jeff Danzig (Glenn’s son). It also includes some ex members of The Godz and the shock rock band, The Mentors.
KIFF was then offered a gig in Ohio with Eric Moore of The Godz and some of the other bands on the tribute album. There is now a live CD of that show that was released in late December 2015.
KIFF will be headling Punk Rock Smackdown 4 on Feb 6th at The Maywood in Raleigh. They are slated for studio time in mid Feb to record the rest of their 2nd album. Look for it’s release!!