Not to end up being confused with Paul Di’Anno’s post-Iron Maiden task (that they actually predated by many years), French rock music group Killers were formed in the city of Bardos (close to Bayonne) circa 1984, and also have released over twelve albums throughout a 20-plus-year profession. Through everything, the group — led by guitarist/vocalist Bruno Dolheguy — provides remained largely unidentified internationally because of the bandmembers’ dedication to penning lyrics completely in French. Killers also have endured mind-bogglingly regular employees turnovers, which certainly haven’t helped issues much. Actually, common musician swapping offers occurred between basically their 1st two, respectable speed metallic albums, 1985’s …Fils de la Haine and 1986’s Risk de Vie, featuring Dolheguy, vocalist Patrice Le Calvez, guitarist Didier Deboffe, bassist Pierre Paul, and drummer Michel Camiade, and, much later on, the millennium-hugging triplet of 1999’s 109, 2000’s Mauvaises Graines, and 2001’s Getting rid of Games (their initial concession to British lyrics), recorded by Dolheguy, guitarist Thierry Andrieu, bassist Patrick Oliver, and drummer Nicko Andrieu. Betwixt these units, Killers (or at least Dolheguy and what goes by for the music group at any provided moment) rarely required a 12 months off until 2002, however they were back 2007 using their 14th studio recording, known as A L’Ombre des Vautours.