Killjoy heard the call in 2006 and began their musical destiny. Destitute and dispossessed, our young heroes piled in a bloated van dubbed “Margaret” and set their sites on Southern California. Armed with their album, "A Step Above No one," they quickly caught the attention of critics and radio stations alike. With two independent films and a plethora of shows to boot, one can only.. imagine what the world has in store for these four Killers of joy. Killjoy has been featured on The World Famous KROQ’s “Locals Only” showcase and has performed at The Roxy, The Key Club, and the infamous Viper Room in Hollywood. 97.1 Free FM's Frosty, Heidi, and Frank, gave Killjoy a "stay" on their weekly "Should I Stay or Should I Go?" L.A. band bash. Their music can also be found in "Road Rash," a motocross and ATV stunt film. They can also be seen showing their acting chops in the visionary independent film, "Once & For All." From the iconic punk playground, Linda's Doll Hut in Anaheim, to Hollywood's notorious Sunset Strip, Killjoy's punk rock fiasco continues to captivate live audiences with their honest, aggressive stage show and unbridled humor.