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Deathgrip

Fit for a King

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1
The End's Beginning
Fit for a King
0:48
2
Pissed Off
Fit for a King
3:31
3
Dead Memory (feat. Jake Luhrs)
Fit for a King; Jake Luhrs
4:13
4
Cold Room
Fit for a King
2:51
5
Disease
Fit for a King
3:31
6
Shadows & Echoes
Fit for a King
3:46
7
More Than Nameless
Fit for a King
3:13
8
We Are All Lost
Fit for a King
4:07
9
Unclaimed, Unloved
Fit for a King
3:00
10
Stacking Bodies (feat. Levi Benton)
Fit for a King; Levi Benton
3:13
11
Deathgrip
Fit for a King
4:14
Total Playing Time    36:27
Christian metal band Fit for a King wrote its fourth album, Deathgrip, in the wake of the terrorist attack at a rock show at Le Bataclan theatre in Paris in November 2015. The members of the Texas group were in Germany at the time, having played Paris only four days before. They spent the remainder of the tour writing what would turn into Deathgrip, reflecting not only on the inescapable nature of death but its grip over how we all live our lives. Musically, the songs are equally provocative, with just as much grit and moxie as in the past, carrying with them a sound similar to previous releases Descendants and Creation/Destruction.

"There was a big chunk of time after that attack where I was looking over my shoulder. Nobody wants to live their life in fear. Nobody should have to contemplate going to a concert because they’re going to get mowed down by a guy with a machine gun. It’s infuriating that that’s even a thing."
- Bobby Lynge, guitarist
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Solid State Records Studio Masters

Recorded at 37 Studios, Rochester Hills, MI
Produced, engineered, mixed and mastered by Nick Sampson
Additional production by Bobby Lynge
Executive producer: Brandon Ebel
Management by Shawn Carrano and Cory Hajde for Royal Division
A&R by Adam Skatula
Artwork and design by Corinne Alexandra

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