This is where it all started back in 1979

Killing Joke and Malicious Damage
skipping hand in hand through the
murky meadows of post-punk mayhem.

What a lovely thought…

We now skip along separate paths but Malicious Damage’s Mike Coles, who did all the original Killing Joke record sleeves and posters, still works closely with the band and has recently done the artwork for the new album MMXII (2012 to non-latin scholars) and the artwork and video for the single In Cythera. Colesy also does live visuals at selected KJ gigs, most recently The Royal Festival Hall and The Roundhouse.

The first release on the newly refurbished Malicious damage was Chaos for Breakfast, a unique 25th anniversary 5-CD collection featuring Killing Joke’s first four ground-breaking singles plus demos and outtakes from the first two albums, all in replica sleeves featuring the original artwork, inserts and stickers and a unique wallet of 30 rare malicious photos and memories. This is an absolute treasure, a joy to behold, and an absolute must for any serious KJ collection. Full details HERE.

There are also a selection of replica art prints of early Killing Joke artwork signed and stamped by Mike Coles in the Art section of the shop. Full list HERE.