Wednesday, August 15, 2012


Jaz Coleman
Jaz Coleman, singer of British post-punk band Killing Joke has emerged from a month in seclusion.

According to the band’s Facebook page and Rolling Stone, Coleman has been in the Western Sahara where he was working on music for a 2013 concert and TV event called The Nirvana Symphonic, as well as writing for a new solo album.

The singer had been reported missing on the Killing Joke Facebook page in late July after he had supposedly posted a message on the site saying the band was pulling out of their upcoming tour with The Cult and The Mission.

Furthermore, Coleman explained that he had no knowledge of the post about withdrawing from the tour with The Cult and The Mission, but added, “Looks like this has caused a right ding dong and feel its impossible to continue this tour under the circumstances.”

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