The photography of Sherar is beautiful, sometimes raw and gritty, atmospheric, unique, elegantly composed, and completely captures the essence of Killing Joke in unseen viewpoints.
The band can be seen through profiles of each individual member, the band live, in the studio, in rehearsal and writing rooms, relaxing and in discussion with one another and in other creative settings.
This is a truly rare and one of a kind view and representation of a band, who even in their twilight years are on top of their creative powers, having produced a trilogy of albums that ended with the best ever selling Killing Joke record ‘Pylon’.
Sherar has created a series of stunning images that we at PC-Press are delighted and honoured to be turning them into a beautiful document of the band. With commentary and analytical text from some leading and insightful writers; John Robb (The Mekons and Louder Than War), Rahman Baloch, Fletcher Stewart, Big Paul, Youth, Sherar himself and PC-Press’s Pete Webb.