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Kittie are, like the rest of the world, growing up. What began as teenaged girls playing hard, uncompromising rock has become young women mastering the subtleties of modern rock. There’s still plenty of grunting and grinding. But there’s also a grand passion for melody and rhythmic quirks. “Empires Pt. 2” features both a harsh rasp and a delicate lead vocal that meet up with Mercedes Lander’s expert grooves. She isn’t afraid to trip up the rhythm to maximize surprise and power. The title track pounds and lashes out at everything in its path, while the album’s first single “We Are the Lamb” kicks up a Judas Priest-like chug. “Whisper of Death” harkens back to the ‘70s and ‘80s for a classic metal sound. “Come Undone” features stellar harmonies amongst the rubble. “Already Dead” adds a dark funk. “Time Never Heals” is the closest the group has come to a power ballad. It’s a truly diverse collection.

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First of all to "dethbelow" practice? What have you ever done that anyone would know? These ladies have been doing it harder and better than most of the cookie cutter chumps out there for many years...held their own on tour with the biggest metal bands out there for their entire career...what have you done? SECOND...This album is perfect...if you're a fan of metal this album is perfect PERIOD...regardless of gender they blow away 90% of the crappy dime-a-dozen so called "metal" bands out there...if you don't like this album just keep your balls tucked in and keep quiet...The ladies in KITTIE are obviously too intimidating for a noodle such as yourself...

Best Album Yet

Kitties last 2 albums felt very forced and over-produced, they still had some great songs but it didn't feel natural. By contrast, this album feels very comfortable, like they really found a groove and have melded much tighter as a band. The songs have much more cohesion, the rhythms are much stronger, and there is a lot of head banging groove in the riffs.

My only complaint is that, particularly on "We are the lamb" the equalization sounds off to me. The drums are a little too loud, the guitar is a little too quiet, the vocals are a little too quiet.

The first track, "I've failed you", really clinched it for me. When the double-bass roll, bass guitar, and guitar are all pounding in perfect harmony it makes me want to jump into a pit.

Kittie has returned

This album has marked a new era for the band. They have fine tuned their sound significantly, from the lightning fast riffs in the track "I've failed you" to their melodic vocals in "what have I done" not to mention the guitar solos and lead work are verrrry impressive. This album is a must have for metal fans.


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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