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Killing Unit was born from the ashes of a previous band. 

When one of the founding band members left, with the band name and half of the songs, the three remaining members decided to stick together, and move on. More songs were written, and a fourth member joined in after a few weeks.

Mainly influenced by thrash and new wave of brtish heavy metal, Killing Unit does not pretend to be anything but a fun loving bunch of geezers, who enjoy good music, beer and playing loud.

 The Killing Unit is composed of :


Stéphane Ted Doucet

Vocals and Guitars

Ted has been playing guitar for over three decades, and played with many bands, including Alcoholica, Bloodmud, Sacrilège, Just2Bad, just to name a few. He is also a member of Dead witch season (with Marty), Bacon Nation and BcozUs. His influences are Adrian Smith, Dave Mustaine, Dimebag Darrell, Vivian Campbell and many more.

Marty Martiis


Marty started playing bass in his early twenties and played from '92 to '95 in the montreal grindcore band called HUMAN GREED. He also played bass in AMNIORREHEXIS, did some vocals in CHEMICAL NURSLINGS. He founded LONGING FOR DAWN and played drums on their first album. His influences  range from DAN LILKER to PETER GABRIEL and on and on.

Kamilo Novoa


After some tryouts as a drummer and a couple of years away of music, he gets back as a bassist for a Ghost tribute band a couple of years after his arrive to montreal in 2012. He was also part of the cover band "Awake" and now he's kicking asses being part of KU. Influences: Metallica, GNR, Pearl Jam, Slipknot, Green Day, A7X, Muse,  The Offspring, SAOD, Volbeat, and lot and lot more...

Pascal Bonning


Bonning formed the punk rock band Obvious Problems with some friends while he was attending high school. He is also part of the collective “Doorknobs” and joined later on Nomad Nabo, where he took care of flutes, clarinets and samplings. Pasc went back behind the drums with the rock band Samsara. He takes inspiration in the works of John Wright, Bill Stevenson, Dave Lombardo and Joey Baron, among others.

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