Video footage of the veteran all-girl Canadian metal outfit KITTIE performing the song "I've Failed You" last night (Tuesday, August 30) at the Highline Ballroom in New York City can be seen below. A review of the concert is available at Examiner.com.
"I've Failed You" is the title track of KITTIE's sixth album, which was released on August 30 via eOne Music. The CD was recorded at Beach Road Studios in Goderich, Ontario, Canada. The band once again worked with producer Siegfried "Siggy" Meier, who helmed KITTIE's last CD, 2009's "In The Black".
"I've Failed You" track listing:
01. I've Failed You 02. We Are The Lamb 03. Whisper of Death 04. What Have I Done 05. Empires (Part 1) 06. Empires (Part 2) 07. Come Undone 08. Already Dead 09. Never Come Home 10. Ugly 11. Time Never Heals
Guitarist/vocalist Morgan Lander previously stated about KITTIE's new material, "In some cases these new songs are faster, darker and much more sinister than our previous release. It contains some of the most difficult and personal subject matter I have had the pleasure (or displeasure) of writing."
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