the kills

Essays

How Alison Mosshart's Onstage Prowl Changed Music

Eleven years after the release of The Kills' 'Midnight Boom,' Mosshart's ferocious fearlessness is something that indie rock still desperately needs.
Sarah MacDonald
3.6.19
In Photos

Alison Mosshart Wrote a Sweet Letter to Go with These Photos of The Kills

She reflects on the duo's time together, and how they ended up playing a 15th-anniversary show in the California desert last year.
Alison Mosshart
4.3.18
Premieres

Watch Fans Tattoo Their Body for the Love of The Kills

The Kills put the call out earlier this year: they wanted 15 fans to ink the band's art on their bodies and they wanted to document the whole thing…
Noisey Staff
7.7.16
Interviews

That Love: Sixteen Years Strong and The Kills Are Still Best Buds for All Time Forever

Five years and five surgeries later and The Kills are back with a new LP that includes a homoerotic song about Putin, meanwhile the pair are closer than ever.
Emilee Lindner
6.16.16
Expert Witness with Robert Christgau

Women Rule the World: Expert Witness with Robert Christgau

The Dean takes on recent releases by White Lung, Thao & the Get Down Stay Down, The Kills, and more.
Robert Christgau
6.10.16
Holy Shit

Listen to The Kills Kill It Covering Rihanna's "Desperado"

The fierce rock duo strip Rih's smash bare; the results are divine.
Noisey Staff
6.8.16
Photos

House of Vans Kicked Off Their 50th Anniversary with Nas, Wu-Tang Clan, Kelela, and More

This year Vans will be throwing a bunch of sick international parties and here are the pics from the kick off celebrations.
Noisey Staff
3.21.16
Art

We Talked to Alison Mosshart About Her Debut Solo Art Show: 'Fire Power'

Mosshart is mostly known as part of The Kills and Dead Weather but this muscle car obsessed singer has also been painting since she was five. We talked art and the wide open road.
Noisey Staff
6.18.15