Glamour of the Kill is the first EP released by Siege of Amida Records. It was released in the UK in June 2008. The first single to be released of the album was "A Hope in Hell", which was released not too long after the album was released. It was featured in Dirt 2. Glamour of the Kill. Davey Richmond - lead vocals, bass guitar. Mike Kingswood - guitars, backing vocals. Chris Gomerson - guitars, backing vocals. Ben Thomson - drums, backing vocals.
If I die before I wake, smoke me out at Heaven's gate Bring me back to life on Sunday, pour me up the devil's drink Wake up, go to work on Monday, grind it out for seven straight You showed me that just because we're blood don't mean we relate. All my dark days came in the summer All my thoughts changed, now I'm a loner Everything stayed, you were the runner Watched your train go away through the tunnels
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Redirected from Kill (Cannibal Corpse album)). Kill is the tenth studio album by American death metal band Cannibal Corpse, released on March 21, 2006. This release marks the return of guitarist Rob Barrett, who had previously played on The Bleeding and Vile. The European version of the album comes with a live DVD filmed in Strasbourg in 2004 called Hammer Smashed Laiterie.
The true birth of thrash. On Kill 'Em All, Metallica fuses the intricate riffing of New Wave of British Heavy Metal bands like Judas Priest, Iron Maiden, and Diamond Head with the velocity of Motörhead and hardcore punk. James Hetfield's highly technical rhythm guitar style drives most of the album, setting new standards of power, precision, and stamina. But really, the rest of the band is just as dexterous, playing with tightly controlled fury even at the most ridiculously fast tempos
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Kill Me is an image macro series in which people, animals or objects are depicted as if they're suffering from pain, such as "implied" physical deformity, or otherwise uncomfortable conditions. The images are often accompanied by the caption Kill me, reflecting the subject’s desire to be put out of misery. The image macros may have been inspired by a scene in the 1986 science fiction film Aliens, in which a human is discovered suffering in a cocoon who begs to be killed (shown below).