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The Killers concert announced


In support of their fourth album, Battle Born, The Killers will make a stop in Utah County this winter.---

The Las Vegas rock quartet adds Battle Born to their overarching oeuvre on Sept. 18 on Island Records. To listen to a stream of the album, go here.

The album, of course, offers smooth synths and searing guitar riffs that is all-American, yet decidedly Las Vegas. It's a sound that the band has been honing in on since 2004—including a side project by front man Brandon Flowers—and it shines on this album.

The band also shines live. For a sneak peak of the show, check out the American Express Unstaged webcast directed by award-winning director Werner Herzog on Sept. 18, 9 p.m. MST,

The Killers will play UCCU Center in Orem on Nov. 30. They will be supported by Tegan & Sara. Tickets go on sale this Friday, Sept. 21, at 10 a.m. (; 1-800-888-TIXX)

“Runaways” – the first single off of Battle Born