Kill Hannah Holds Fast with Eventide

March 19, 2010

 The Chicago-based rock band, Kill Hannah has endured personnel changes, highly publicized bus fires, and more recently mid-tour gear theft, yet they remain unshaken in their unrelenting mission of creating a new business model  which puts their art first.  Driven by their uncompromising search to refine their sound, Eventide’s stompboxes have become a critical component.  Guitarist, Dan Wiese, brandishes Eventide TimeFactor and PitchFactor on his pedalboard. 

Kill Hannah

“The Eventide Factor series stomp boxes will always sit securely in the heart of my rig.  There are times when I want to tap tempos and use an expression pedal for real time control, and other times when I want to seamlessly jump between carefully programmed presets.  Either way, the factor pedals prove themselves to be ultra powerful, roadworthy, and gracefully intuitive to use,” stated Wiese.  “When Kill Hannah was robbed of our gear last year, my first thought was, ‘I need to get a distortion pedal and a Timefactor – and the show will go on.”

Keeping up a relentless touring schedule for the past several years, Kill Hannah proves their dedication to their mission it every night.  Kill Hannah’s much heralded live show is currently barnstorming through Europe, supporting their latest Universal Motown album, “Wake Up the Sleepers.” Kill Hannah delivers their passion and full-throttle, yet melodic, emotional onslaught to their fans and succeeds in winning over new converts night after night.

About Eventide
Founded in 1971 in New York City, Eventide is a leading developer and manufacturer of digital audio processing products for recording, broadcast, and live performance. Headquartered in Little Ferry, NJ, Eventide invented the H910, the first Harmonizer effects processor in 1975, and introduced the H3000 Ultra-Harmonizer effects processor in 1987. Visit Eventide online at

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