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Damage

by Kill Shelter

Critically acclaimed debut album featuring underground artists from around the world.
Genre: Rock: Goth
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1. As Trees Do Fall (feat. Bragolin)
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2. Black String (feat. Ultrviolence)
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3. In Decay (feat. Antipole & Delphine Coma)
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4. Kiss Me Goodbye (feat. Hante.)
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5. Get Down (feat. The Shyness of Strangers)
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6. No Regrets (feat. Undertheskin)
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7. Bodies (feat. Buzz Kull)
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8. Hollow (feat. Iamtheshadow)
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9. Sever (feat. New Haunts)
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10. The Happening (feat. Killjoi)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Kill Shelter has brought together a host of underground talent from around the globe to feature on his debut album “Damage”. This unique recording features vocal contributions and collaborations with Hante. (FR), Buzz Kull (AUS), Delphine Coma (US), Antipole (NOR), undertheskin (PL), Killjoi (US), The Shyness of Strangers (CA), Pedro Code (Iamtheshadow - PT), Nate Jespersen (ultrviolence - CA), New Haunts (UK) and Bragolin (NL). The album was mastered by Eric Van Wonterghem at Prodam-Berlin (DE).

All the tracks on “Damage” are themed around the physical and psychological hurt that we cause to ourselves, others and the world around us. The themes are dark, dystopian, melancholic, introspective and, at times, deeply disturbing.

“There is a beautiful space which lies somewhere between hope and melancholy and I always try to capture that in my work - there is a darkness but there is also contrast and resolution and that natural tension is fundamental to the music that I try to create.

I had a very strong vision and concept for both Kill Shelter and Damage from the outset. As a producer, I wanted to unite like-minded artists from around the world and create a work that was reflective of a point in time both musically and culturally.

Damage was made by the quality of the contributors. I’m still extremely honoured that they all said yes - each one has something very unique in the character of their voice and approach and you can hear that come through on the album.”
- Kill Shelter

“When I listened to Kill Shelter’s complete album I was struck by the scale, the beauty and the lyricism of the voices and the guitars on this stunning debut. For fans of The Sisters of Mercy or Fields of the Nephilim, this album will have the same impact as hearing "First and Last and Always" or "Dawnrazor” for the very first time. With a truly contemporary twist, this is the great return of British Gothic Rock.”
- Pedro, Unknown Pleasures Records

"Growing up in the 80’s, the sounds of The Sisters of Mercy, Joy Division and The Cure were never far away. As these dark waves are blue-printed in my listening experience, I knew instantly when I heard “In Decay” by Kill Shelter that I had to be involved.”
- Jurgen, Burning World Records

The sold out CD was released on Unknown Pleasures Records and was one of the fastest selling releases in the label's history.

The album was released on limited edition white vinyl via Manic Depression Records in June 2019.

A double a-side single featuring "In Decay" and "Bodies" was released on Burning World Records in May 2019 available in white, clear and oxblood red vinyl.

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Album of the Year
- Stereo Embers Magazine (US)

★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★★
- Oxfanzine Magazine (DE)

★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★
- Side Line Review (BE)

★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★
- Ascension Magazine (IT)

“Kill Shelter knows where he's going, handles his instruments to perfection and creates a
stabilised universe that makes you dream.”
- Obskure Magazine (FR)

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