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Deathkiller - New England Is Sinking album

Deathkiller - New England Is Sinking album
  • Performer Deathkiller
  • Title New England Is Sinking
  • Date of release 2007
  • Style Hardcore, Punk, Hard Rock
  • Other formats ASF APE MMF AU VOC AAC MP1
  • Genre Rock
  • Size MP3 1284 mb
  • Size FLAC 1182 mb
  • Rating: 4.3
  • Votes: 296

Deathkiller was an American hardcore band based in Stamford, Connecticut. The trio, who formed in spring 2006 and signed with I Scream Records shortly thereafter, released their first full-length album New England is Sinking on April 24, 2007. The band is most notably recognized for their conscious themes and effective merging of classic and contemporary hardcore-punk sensibilities.

Boasting a roster of past members of hardcore luminaries Hatebreed and Most Precious Blood, Deathkiller belies expectations by bucking the traditional mold of hardcore on New England Is Sinking. Featuring crisp, tight musicianship on highly melodic, uptempo thrash metal with elements of hardcore, Deathkiller delivers thought provoking songs that don’t beat the agenda to death, encouraging listeners to read between the lines and think for themselves. Heavily political lyrics are tempered with ripping, winding, circular grooves

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DeathKiller New England Is Sinking.

Deathkiller was an American hardcore band based in Stamford, Connecticut. The trio, who formed in spring 2006 and signed with I Scream Records shortly thereafter, released their first full-length album New England is Sinking on April 24, 2007; the band is most notably recognized for their conscious themes and effective merging of classic and contemporary hardcore-punk sensibilities

Deathkiller is an American hardcore band based in Stamford, Connecticut. In January 2007, longtime friend Ian McFarland of Boston hardcore quartet, Blood for Blood assumed bass duties while Chiaramonte took an extended hiatus for undisclosed reasons. Chiaramonte has returned to the band as of August 2007. As of December 2007, the band has started work on their second album. There is no official release date. New England Is Sinking. Released: April 24th, 2007. Label: I Scream Records.

Tracklist

1 Take Me To Your Bleeder 2:46
2 Man Alone 1:32
3 Idle Worship 2:21
4 Call In The Airstrike 1:53
5 Dead Art 1:28
6 Fear & Loathing In DC 2:50
7 New England Is Sinking 2:04
8 You Know The Drill 1:58
9 Celebrity DJ 2:46
10 Let The Good Times Fold 3:00
11 You Won't Win 1:16
12 Carlos D Is In My Top 8 1:51

Credits

  • Drums – Anthony Realbuto (tracks: all)
  • Guitar – Matt McIntosh (tracks: all)
  • Songwriter – Matt McIntosh (tracks: all)
  • Vocals – Matt McIntosh (tracks: all)

Notes

Issued under license from Mamotsjka Music.
There is untitled bonus track #13

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 825888824025


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Boasting a roster of past members of hardcore luminaries Hatebreed and Most Precious Blood, Deathkiller belies expectations by bucking the traditional mold of hardcore on New England Is Sinking. Featuring crisp, tight musicianship on highly melodic, uptempo thrash metal with elements of hardcore, Deathkiller delivers thought provoking songs that don’t beat the agenda to death, encouraging listeners to read between the lines and think for themselves. Heavily political lyrics are tempered with ripping, winding, circular grooves. “Dead Art” is a scathing accusation of the media’s elevation of consumer culture and meaningless drivel posing as art and entertainment. “Take Me To Your Bleeder” and “Call in the Airstrike” are unabashed critiques of the Bush administration, the latter admonishing the regime’s stance on the war, throwing down the gauntlet with lines like “How can you say ‘Get behind them’ / And leave them there to rot?”. Singer/guitarist Matt McIntosh grits out rough, yet soaring vocal work on “Idle Worship”. While heavy, there is still an air of familiarity and a punk edge to Deathkiller’s style. “Let the Good Times Fold” sounds familiar, musically like Joan Jett’s “Black Leather”, just one of the instances where the threesome breathes some new life into a stagnant genre, blending and embellishing the punishing sound of hardcore with a stripped-down melody and outspoken stance on the politics of punk. Lana Cooper -Popmatters