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It's that kind of cd that grows on you.

First time I heard them I'm wasn't really impressed. But then having been through some crappy experiences with relationships and other stuff this band became my savior. And I have to thank them for that. I discovered "you call that knife? This is a knife!" immediately the song spoke to me in a whole new way and I was hooked. Picked up the cd and all I have to say is let it play for a few times and You'll love something about every song. Best songs are "you call that a knife? This is a knife!" "insomniac" "the arrival" "LAX" "ladies and gentlemen I give you hell" and "RVG". They need some more work, ESP on the lyrics with some songs, and be nice to hear some guitar solos and more drum parts. Other than that great music from these guys.

Nothing a like

They have their own sound. And CTC screams are higher and lower than AA. A LOT more clearer than AA screams too. 5 stars for being an Amazing Band

Not bad

Give it a chance..... Really good songs.....


Formed: 2010 in Sydney, Australia

Genre: Metal

Years Active: '10s

Sydney, Australia-based metalcore band Capture the Crown formed in early 2010. Singer Jeffrey Wellfare and guitarists Jye Menzies and Blake Ellis had played together previously in the metal band Atlanta Takes State before recruiting bassist Kris Sheehan and drummer Tyler "Lone America" March to form their new venture. The group released its debut single, "You Call That a Knife? This Is a Knife!," promoting the video through its YouTube channel and reaching five million views within a year. Three...
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Til Death, Capture the Crown
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Metal, Music, Rock
  • Released: Dec 18, 2012

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