Kittie - Funeral For Yesterday

6.8 | 37 votes |
Release date: 20 February 2007
Style: Nu metal, Alternative metal


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01. Funeral For Yesterday
02. Breathe
03. Everything That Could Have Been
04. Slow Motion
05. Will To Live
06. Never Again
07. Sweet Destruction (Interlude)
08. Summer Dies
09. Flower Of Flesh And Blood
10. Around Your Heart
11. This Too Shall Pass
12. Last Goodbye
13. Witch Hunt
14. The Change

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Kittie was one of the first metal bands I had ever heard. I was, as a result, raised on the band and saw it flourish and grow with every album. Their debut album "Spit" led into the more mature "Oracle," "Oracle" led into their finest release "Until the End." Their latest release "Funeral for Yesterday" is an interesting transition. When asked about 2004's release "Until the End," front woman Morgan Lander mentioned that they had at last found their niche. They had the sound they were looking for and they were pleased with their new material. To this I ask, "What happened?"

published 29.06.2007 | Comments (1)


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08.09.2011 - 16:19
Rating: 5
Oh that's one of the greatest albums of all time!
26.12.2011 - 12:58
Written by Metal_4Ever on 08.09.2011 at 16:19

Oh that's one of the greatest albums of all time!

You don't fucking say.
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22.07.2012 - 19:57
Thrash Talker
Isn't that shit ? lol
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