'Til Death (Capture the Crown album)

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'Til Death
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Studio album by Capture the Crown
Released 18 December 2012
Recorded Late 2011 – early 2012 at Chango Studios in Orlando, Florida
Genre Metalcore, electronicore
Length 48:04
Label Sumerian
Producer Cameron Mizell, Dave Petrovic
Capture the Crown chronology
'Til Death
(2012)
Live Life
(2014)
Singles from 'Til death
  1. "You Call That A Knife? This Is A Knife!"
    Released: 22 December 2011
  2. "#OIMATEWTF"
    Released: 11 March 2012
  3. "Ladies & Gentlemen...I Give You Hell!"
    Released: 1 July 2012
  4. "RVG"
    Released: 14 December 2012
Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
Impericon4/6[1]

'Til Death is the debut studio album by Australian metalcore band, Capture the Crown.[2] The album was produced by Cameron Mizell at Chango Studios in Orlando, Florida and mastered by Joey Sturgis at Foundation Recording Studio in Connersville, Indiana.[3] The album was released on 18 December 2012 through Sumerian Records,[4] it peaked at No. 19 on the ARIA Heatseekers Albums,[5] and in the United States it appeared on three Billboard component charts Top Hard Rock (No. 21), Top Heatseekers (No. 7), and Top Independent Albums (No. 25).[2]

Four singles, "You Call That a Knife? This Is a Knife!", "#OIMATEWTF", "Ladies & Gentlemen...I Give You Hell!", and "RVG", have been released prior to the release of the album.[6][7][8] "Help Me to Help You" is speculated to be a re-recorded version of the song "Help Me to Help You Mr. Phil," which was performed by the band's previous incarnation, Atlanta Takes State.[9]

It is the only album to feature original guitarist Blake Ellis, the album is mainly supported by the lead single "You Call That a Knife? This Is a Knife!". It became a minor internet hit, gaining over 13 Million YouTube views.

Style[edit]

This is a metalcore album influenced by post-hardcore and electronica sound, the vocalist employed pop punk vocal style in every chorus and screaming similar to death growls.

Track listing[edit]

No.TitleLength
1."The Arrival"1:02
2."#OIMATEWTF" (featuring Denis Stoff)3:37
3."Fork Tongued"3:09
4."Ladies & Gentlemen... I Give You Hell"3:51
5."LAX"2:23
6."You Call That a Knife? This Is a Knife!"4:07
7."Storm in a Teacup"3:22
8."Help Me to Help You"3:03
9."Deja Vu"3:11
10."Insomniac"4:36
11."RVG"4:48
12."'Til Death"4:09
13."The Departed 2.0"3:58
14."Welcome to My Worlds" (bonus track)2:49
Total length:48:04

Personnel[edit]

Capture the Crown
  • Jeffrey Wellfare - vocals
  • Blake Ellis - guitar
  • Jye Menzies - guitar
  • Kris Sheehan - bass
  • Tyler "Lone America" March - drums
Production
  • Produced by Cameron Mizell at Chango Studios in Orlando, Florida
  • Mastered by Joey Sturgis at Foundation Recording Studios in Connorsville, Indiana
  • Guest vocals on "#OIMATEWTF" by Denis Shaforostov (ex-Make Me Famous, ex-Down & Dirty, ex-Asking Alexandria)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Impericon Blog - Impericon.com
  2. ^ a b "Capture the Crown | Awards". Allmusic. Retrieved 6 January 2014. 
  3. ^ "Typed Joey Sturgis into goggle and your... - Capture The Crown". Facebook. Retrieved 2013-10-07. 
  4. ^ "Capture The Crown Announce Debut Album; Launch Pre-Orders". Under the Gun Review. 2012-11-24. Retrieved 2013-10-07. 
  5. ^ "The ARIA Report:" (PDF). Australian Recording Industry Association (ARIA). 24 December 2012. p. 21. Archived from the original (PDF) on 4 January 2013. Retrieved 7 January 2014. 
  6. ^ "Capture The Crown - You Call That A Knife? This Is A Knife! OFFICIAL MUSIC VIDEO". YouTube. 2011-12-22. Retrieved 2013-10-07. 
  7. ^ "Capture The Crown - Ladies & Gentlemen... I Give You Hell OFFICIAL VIDEO". YouTube. 2012-07-01. Retrieved 2013-10-07. 
  8. ^ "Capture The Crown - #OIMATEWTF Ft. Denis Shaforostov (OFFICIAL)". YouTube. Retrieved 2013-10-07. 
  9. ^ "Atlanta Takes State - Help Me, To Help You". YouTube. 2010-12-18. Retrieved 2013-10-07.