The Killers have launched their own range of hot sauces with names inspired by their album 'Hot Fuss' and three of their tracks.
The Killers have released their own range of hot sauces.
Brandon Flowers and co have branched out into the food market with their own collection of condiments, ‘The Killers’ Hot Sauce’.
The four sauces - which can be purchased in one pack for the price of $59.50 (£44) - are aptly named after the band's album 'Hot Fuss' and songs 'Fire In Bone', 'Caution' and 'Blowback'.
The Grammy-winners recommend their fans "oblige" their "senses" by teaming the spicy sauces with their "favourite food" and one of their albums.
In a statement, the 'Somebody Told Me' rockers said: “Hotter than Vegas, and with four tasty flavours, it’s more than we thought we’d pull off, to be honest.
“Made by hand, in small batches using only the finest ingredients like aged chilis, habanero peppers, cayenne peppers, hickory-smoked sea salt, and a dash of real sin from Las Vegas to make this most fabulous hot sauce on the market. So get ready, folks. Oblige your senses and pair with your favourite food and Killers records.”
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