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21 Tracks – Punk, Rock.
Random Killing is a Canadian punk rock band from Toronto, who were assembled initially as a joke in 1984. Their original name was Roy’s Comrades, which was a nod to the hated Roy McMurtry, Attorney General of Ontario at the time. After writing a few decent songs, the band decided to record and stay together. In 2013 they were listed in the top 10 Punk bands of all time from Toronto. Although they had their last LP "Stranded" released in 1997, they are still active and performing live.
Drool a.k.a. Andrew Kiteley: Lyrics, Vocals
Rusty Talent a.k.a. John Hajdu: Co-Founder, Guitar
Mudd a.k.a. Jim Moore: Co-Founder, Bass
Robber a.k.a. John Neilson: Drums
Victor Farkas: Vocals
Kevin Low: Vocals
Mark Watts: Guitar
Mike Rosenthal: Drums
Tim Monahan: Drums
Tony Mastromatteo: Drums
Sean Dignan: Drums