11 Songs, 39 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Fit for a King follow up their 2013 breakthrough Creation/Destruction with an even more intense slice of metalcore mayhem that seethes with both raw power and finely-honed precision. Brutal breakdowns, jackhammer tempos and lacerating guitar work are counterpointed against the mighty one/two punch of Ryan Kirby’s harsh vocals and Bobby Lynge’s clean singing. Slave to Nothing is particularly impressive lyrically, with “A Greater Sense of Self” and the title tune striking deep chords of Christian sacrifice and redemption. Sonically ferocious tracks like “Kill the Pain,” “Forever Unbroken” and “Imposter” exalt the Creator with savage hosannas.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Fit for a King follow up their 2013 breakthrough Creation/Destruction with an even more intense slice of metalcore mayhem that seethes with both raw power and finely-honed precision. Brutal breakdowns, jackhammer tempos and lacerating guitar work are counterpointed against the mighty one/two punch of Ryan Kirby’s harsh vocals and Bobby Lynge’s clean singing. Slave to Nothing is particularly impressive lyrically, with “A Greater Sense of Self” and the title tune striking deep chords of Christian sacrifice and redemption. Sonically ferocious tracks like “Kill the Pain,” “Forever Unbroken” and “Imposter” exalt the Creator with savage hosannas.

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