With a reputation forged in fire, brimstone and magic, plus a collective view of the world that seems increasingly prophetic, Killing Joke have long been one of rock's most iconic and influential names, with a string of revered recordings to their name. Their story dates back to 1978 and the post-punk scene of West London, where classically-trained musician and vocalist Jaz Coleman, drummer Big Paul Ferguson, bassist Youth and guitarist Geordie set about establishing a new and idiosyncratic manifesto for reinventing the rock ‘n' roll wheel. Famously described as "the sound of the earth vomiting," Killing Joke continue to be a punishing antidote to mainstream music and corporate life. In early-2017 Caroline will be issuing a number of albums from the Killing Joke catalogue on picture disc vinyl with spined, die-cut sleeves featuring artwork within including Killing Joke (1980), Revelations (1982), Fire Dances (1983), Brighter Than a Thousand Suns (1986) and Outside The Gate (1988). Each LP will be limited to 1000 copies.