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  • Kill Her First Releases New EP “Empty Hands”: Streaming

  • Berlin-based melodic hardcore metal band Kill Her First, consisting of Jana Calvi, Giulia Campagna, Gero Crocianelli, David Lütke and Sophie Schwalbe, has released their third EP “Empty Hands” along with a new music video for “Dead Between The Lines” via KROD RECORDS.
    It is their first project in four years since the 2017 EP “Kill Her Sexismracismhomophobia First”.
    The EP comprises 4-track and vinyl of the EP will be released in February 2022.
    The band shared on social media, “It's not Christmas yet, but it already feels that way to us. After an adventurous year, our EP “Empty Hands” is finally out, of which we are very proud. We wrote them in four rehearsal rooms and one living room - and in February we'll be holding them in our hands on vinyl too.”
    The new music video was directed by Nicolas Rakotoary.
  • Kill Her First explained track-by-track for the EP via MoreCore

    “This Ain't A Cherry-Picking Party”
    “'This Ain't A Cherry-Picking Party' is a no-compromise slap across the face. Born from a lo-fi living room jam, it has turned into the heaviest Kill Her First song to date. Lyrically tackling the end of a dark period – vocalist Gero has woven in meaningful bits of biography and symbolism. 'There is no rose without thorns' – not only a nod to our label KROD but also to the two sides the world can take on as we walk through life. We focused heavily on a tight rhythm section that rolls along stronger than ever, which you can especially hear in the breakdown. Don't call it retro.”

    “All Wealth is Fiction”
    “All Wealth Is Fiction has long been a diamond in the rough. David kept the song alive for several months of solo rehearsals in the pandemic winter when nothing seemed certain. When we were able to rehearse together again, a radical restructuring and a vocal idea from Giulia made the track the crusher it is today. Maybe for the first time we are building a bridge to rock and trying out new rhythmic textures.”

    “Borders”
    “Borders is - fittingly - a look back at a shitty episode in the life of our singer Gero: departure, uncertainty, overcoming. In life we ​​sometimes draw wider, sometimes closer circles about our happiness - and at the same time it is important that we do not give up on ourselves. The song emerged from Sophie's staccato riff in the opener before it merges into the brutal verses. Borders balances the honesty of the singing and uncompromising pace with what is perhaps the most soulful bridge we have ever written.”

    “Dead Between the Lines”
    “Dead Between The Lines came about pretty quickly during some of the first rehearsals together during the second summer of the pandemic. As if the structure were a nod to Ritchie Blackmore's April, the song consists of almost three different songs. The aggressive beginning makes way for a patchwork of melodies and rhythmic overlays. Although we wrote German lyrics for the first time in the band's history, the vulnerable lyrics at the end hide the title of the EP.”
  • source : MoreCore
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