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by Krammit

A melodic combination of goth, death, and "nu" metal.
Genre: Metal/Punk: Gothic Metal
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1. Bitter?
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2. Crutch
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3. Blinded
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4. Closure
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5. Loco Motive
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6. Repent
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7. Anger Strike
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8. Lucid
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9. I Wish Everyone Was Dead
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Album Notes
Don't let the name fool you. Krammit is definitely a band to be taken seriously, but, as guitarist Jake Thiele says, "We don't want to take ourselves too seriously. Just because we're a metal band doesn't mean we can't have fun doing it."
Krammit was formed by Jake Thiele and Sean Nickrent in February 2002, and Kevin Dowler and Josh Spalding were soon added to the lineup. They began playing shows at local venues and developing a loyal fan base. After a while, they realized their sound was missing something, and keyboardist Jarred Eichorn was recruited, playing his first show with the band on 8/31/02. With their lineup complete, Krammit began writing more songs and developing their diverse sound, influenced by death, goth, and "nu" metal.
Finally in May of 2003 came the moment everyone was waiting for. Krammit went to Jupiter studios to record their first CD, "Desensitized," with engineer Jim Callahan. In August of 2003, Krammit headlined their CD release show at Pop's, which is arguably St. Louis' best indoor venue.
Immediately after leaving the studio, Krammit resumed their show schedule, playing with such noteworthy bands as Lacuna Coil, Dog Fashion Disco, and Broke. They have received radio play on St. Louis station 105.7 FM KPNT (the Point) as well as being featured on Audaphobia, a music TV show. The band is currently writing material for their second CD, which will be faster, louder, heavier, and even better than their first.


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This CD Rocks. I Love it
This album is the best goth CD I have heard in a long time.


Rock on!!!
It rocks hard. This band rules!

the Jax

crafty melding of metal styles
The influence of Fear Factory is strongly felt here, though some songs would fit right in between Staind and Seether on your local popmetal station. Not to call Krammit poppy or weak by any means! just saying it's accessible and incorporates the latest styles. A breath of fresh air in a rapidly decaying genre - for reason of this band only, I won't automatically spit at the term "nu-metal".


Note: this reviewer was given a CD-R copy of the CD, that's why there was no in
Okay, so I look inside my little packet of CD goodies to review and I see this one disk without any information on it at all, just the word "Krammit" written across a plain CDR. My first instinct is, "Well, there’s one that’s gonna suck." However, the truth is always in the changer, and as stupid as I am, I popped this disk in, and since I had already expected it to suck, I went about doing some other work while I listened to it. I noticed myself tapping the desk first, and absentmindedly turned the volume up. A few minutes later, I realized my head was moving up and down in time to the music and that’s when it hit me that I LIKED what I was listening to. That’s right. I eased up for a closer look and realized that this plain ass disk had nine tracks of unique music embedded on it’s surface. Forty minutes, yes, FORTY minutes of very different sounding metal. Krammit is very progressive and very unafraid to try new things. While their music is deceptively hard, the melody carries nicely beneath the rough veneer, in part because of an undertone of keys that is usually playing in a higher octave than the guitars are. They use a very choir-like sound that gives the music almost a haunting flavor that I really liked. Also, the vocalist, while more than capable of producing awesome growls, death metal screams, great sounding chants, can also SING! And he does, several times, and in several very unexpected places. The drummer is more than capable of providing the backbone here, and in truth, if I had any complaint about this music at all, it would be that the drums are a little too far in the background for my personal skillful as the drummer is, those drums should be heard a little more. All in all, these guys are very worth the listen, and if you enjoy progressive style metal, you should know that these guys are moving on up.


This CD is wonderful- there is a really good variety in the songs and I love "Bitter"!