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Album Review

Heavy metal may morph, contort, and willfully insert itself into every genre that uses amplification, but it always remains true to its fetish for maximum decibels. For the most part, Ontario-based metal outfit Kittie's fifth offering feels a lot like their first four. The band's tried-and-true formula of Metallica-sized riffing, death metal wailing, and choruses that sound like Heart's Nancy Wilson fronting Norwegian greasepaint rockers Dimmu Borgir, has proven to be more than effective, earning the continuously ferocious, all-female quartet a loyal following both at home and overseas. In the Black should do little to dilute that success, as it plays to the band's strengths while pushing the envelope just enough to cry progress. 2007's Funeral for Yesterday showed the group at their most commercial, cranking out hard-hitting slabs of Godsmack-style, midtempo brooders with hooks a plenty, whereas In the Black takes more chances, carving serpentine melodies through mountains of double-kick percussion and fat, dual-guitar/bass leads. Guttural, death metal vocals are the great equalizer in metal music, and Morgan Lander can shriek with the best of them (which she does throughout most of the record). Her clean vocals are more confident this time around, and when given a decent melodic cue (which are unfortunately few and far between), she could stop a freight train (or at least divert it into a mountain pass). In the Black may break little ground for the group, but it certainly fortifies what they've been standing on for the last decade.

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Kittie Keep On Getting Better

From the opening instrumental Kingdom Come onwards, In The Black is simply an awesome album.
It is packed full of fired-up guitar riffs, stomping double bass and what you could call "demonangelic" vocal melodies.
This Kittie line-up featuring Morgan and Mercedes Lander, (guitar/vocals and drums, respectively) Tara McLeod (guitar) and Ivy Vujic (bass) sounds better than ever, and as a female band (which is a rarity in Metal/Rock, even today) they stand alone at what they do.
A highly recommended album from a band that deserves full credit for all their hard work, dedication and passion over the past decade!


Ive only heard these alittle while ago and all i can say is iam shocked how good this is ! hope itunes put more up!


Formed: 1997 in Ontario, Canada

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Schoolgirls Mercedes Lander (drums) and Fallon Bowman (guitar) met in gym class and said, "Let's play together!" And thus, Kittie was born. At least, that's how legend has it, and it's not that far from the truth. Four teenage girls with a love of heavy metal, a desire to prove naysayers wrong, and a passion to rock formed the hard-sounding metal-esque quartet in 1997 while still in high school. One part glam rock and one part death metal, the women of Kittie signed with the NG Records-distributed...
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