The Killers have launched a restricted new vary of sizzling sauces.
The gathering entitled ‘The Killers’ Sizzling Sauce’ options 4 completely different flavours named after their music, together with the tangy Louisiana laced Sizzling Fuss, the verde twist Fireplace In Bone, the Hickory-smoked Warning, and the ghost pepper-bombarded Blowback.
They’re presently solely accessible in a particular four-pack sizzling sauce bundle that’s restricted to 2500 instances, priced at $59.50 (£44). You may view the vary beneath.
“Hotter than Vegas, and with 4 tasty flavors, it’s greater than we thought we’d pull off, to be trustworthy,” the band stated in assertion.
“Made by hand, in small batches utilizing solely the best components like aged chilis, habanero peppers, cayenne peppers, hickory-smoked sea salt, and a touch of actual sin from Las Vegas to make this most fantastic sizzling sauce available on the market. So prepare, people. Oblige your senses and pair together with your favorite meals and Killers information.”
The Killers’ Sizzling Sauce Credit score: Press
The vary is presently accessible for to pre-order here.
In the meantime, the band were recently announced for the second season of Netflix’s Song Exploder alongside Dua Lipa and Nine Inch Nails.
Premiering on the streaming service yesterday (December 15), the present is a TV adaptation of Hrishikesh Hirway’s widespread music podcast on which varied artists inform the tales behind a few of their hottest tracks.
Within the episode that includes The Killers, the Las Vegas band clarify the method of making hit single ‘When You Had been Younger’, taken from their second album ‘Sam’s City’.
In the meantime, the band recently shared their 2016 Christmas album on streaming services for the first time.
‘Don’t Waste Your Needs’ collates the annual festive singles the band launched from 2006-2016, and was solely beforehand accessible on CD and for a restricted time on iTunes.
Reviewing ‘Don’t Waste Your Wishes’ upon its preliminary launch in 2016, NME wrote: “When The Killers take yuletide severely, they conjure stirring festive anthems that make ‘Don’t Waste Your Needs’ a worthy addition to their canon and among the many finest Xmas albums ever made.
“All of it ends with Brandon’s shifting duet on ‘I’ll Be Dwelling For Christmas’ with the fourth-grade trainer who impressed him to get into music; go on, simply strive to not hug your mum.”