THE SWEET KILL | Violently Beautiful

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Violently Beautiful

by THE SWEET KILL

Mixed by Dave “Rave” Ogilvie, (NIN, Skinny Puppy) and includes guest appearances by Ben Weinman (Dillinger Escape Plan), Ryan Yerdan (Puddle Of Mudd) and session drummer Shawn Mrazek (Flash Bastard).
Genre: Rock: Hard Rock
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1. Masters of War The Sweet Kill
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2. Kill The Sweet Kill
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3. Down in Flames The Sweet Kill
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4. Evil The Sweet Kill
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5. Chemical The Sweet Kill
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6. Kissed the World The Sweet Kill
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7. Satellite The Sweet Kill
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8. Virgin The Sweet Kill
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9. Love The Sweet Kill
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10. Never Die The Sweet Kill
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11. Nightwave The Sweet Kill
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Emerging from the suicide of a friend, The Sweet Kill captures the fractured realm of love and death. With ferocious lyrics articulating the black-hearted voice of alienation; rage and angst, clawing out of the darkness of self-inflicted torture. The stark contrast of grief that inspires the symphonic melodies and dance rhythms shakes listeners to the core. Emancipation is the goal to be attained from the virus-infected airwaves. The diviner of The Sweet Kill’s millenarian angst is Pete Mills who writes, arranges, performs and produces the projects material.


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