Follow Me: Kill! by Cripper, released 15 September 2017 1. Pressure 2. Into the Fire 3. World Coming Down 4. Mother 5. Shoot or Get Shot 6. Bleeding Red 7. Comatose 8. Pretty Young Thing 9. Running High 10. Menetekel. Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Purchasable with gift card.
Check out ww. etalblade. com/cripper for new tracks, videos, trailers, special offers, info, and more. Trying to describe Cripper's musical style can be challenging. Maybe as early as 2014 with the album Hyëna, but definitely now in 2017 with the barnstorming Follow Me: Kill!, you cannot simply file the five-piece from Hannover, Germany, as a thrash band. Ever since their debut album, the band has shifted from rather technical thrash towards a unique approach to extreme metal. All the while, Cripper has never been afraid of transgressing genre boundaries, giving free reign to their creativity.
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Album Name Follow Me: Kill ! Type Album. Released date 15 September 2017. Labels Metal Blade Records. Music StyleThrash Metal. Members owning this album15.
Follow Me: Kill! 2017. This album has an average beat per minute of 132 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 91/200 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. BPM Profile Follow Me: Kill! Album starts at 103BPM, ends at 114BPM (+11), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Cripper.
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Enter Cripper and their fifth full-length, Follow Me: Kill!. Having now committed significant attention to it, I’ve reached the conclusion that you shouldn’t. Kill! is most largely occupied by thrash influences but splices in death growls, hardcore sneers and the occasional slower, dirgier riff. The staccato style of djent also features, particularly in the introductory riffs to a number of tracks. The two bands I hear most are Kreator and Meshuggah, rendering it established in the modern day but definitely facing backwards. Kill! is incredibly generic and incredibly forgettable. My most basic marker of quality when assessing an album, an assessment I consider long before a score, is whether I’m consistently engaged.
Back then it was all about stripping out Metallica riffs, and even on 2014’s Hyëna, the opening salvo did a good job of ripping off Blackened, but here it’s all about Soulfly and thrash of the 80s German variety. Resurrect, resuscitate’ snarls Britta Görtz on Into The Fire, which has live fave scrawled all over it. Pretty Young Thing loads up Destruction’s bullet belts ready to cause carnage in the moshpit and Shoot Or Get Shot finds its quickfire tentacles reaching for the scattergun.