Jammerzine has an exclusive interview with American Jetset. Fresh from the release of their latest EP titled ‘Love Kills’, we get an in depth account from the minds behind the music on this and their music in general.

Today, we talk with Ian Kaine MacGregor, Skinz Skinsacos, Jeff Bradford about everything ‘Love Kills’ as well as American Jetset in a conversation (more than just an interview) that gives us a unique insight into a band of this caliber as we capture them at that moment where they go from national to global with tour slots featuring the likes of Enuff Z’Nuff, Wig Wam, and more.

About American Jetset

Just when you thought it was safe to board, American Jetset, Baltimore’s antiheroes, nose down into darker and more dangerous depths, as they unleash their capricious beast of an EP, Love Kills. It’s the soundtrack to the slasher flick in your head – the score to a horror film that never existed.

The disillusioned descendants of the Sunset Strip­–era are creating a new arc in the evolution of 80s-inspired hard rock by animating a hybrid of lyrical and musical influences from Alice Cooper and Motley Crüe to AFI and Alkaline Trio. These sleaze rock goth pop anthems will make the Love Kills EP an instant Jetset classic as it follows three nominations for Washington Area Music Awards for their previous release.

In 2022, the Jetset crew stormed through iconic venues alongside hard rock legends, including sold-out shows with Stephen Adler (Guns N’ Roses) and Stephen Pearcy (Ratt) at the world-famous Whisky A Go Go. Their arena rock hooks and theatrical live show have earned the band extraordinary reviews and international airplay, all while developing a rabid fanbase in the US, UK, and abroad.

The band is back with Love Kills and out for blood in 2023. The caged adrenaline and rage of the EP is a wild ride on the darker side, and will no doubt be heard blasting from speakers wherever the real Monsters roam. The release is now available and you can see American Jetset live in when they hit the road in the U.S. and Europe.