Kill What I Adore
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Whatever It Takes
11/25/2008
 
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Kill What I Adore Album Due Out In November
October 16, 2008
Columbus, Ohio metalcore bruisers Kill What I Adore will be releasing their debut full length album, 'Whatever It Takes', on November 25th via Ironclad/Metal Blade.

The band had the following to say about the upcoming album:

"We're very proud of this cd. If anything, it's HEAVY! It will contain 11 tracks of complete brutality. For those of you who know about our old song "614 Breakdowns", we Re-Recorded the song and we think you will like how it turned out..way heavier.

'Whatever It Takes' has something for everyone. Alot of melodic guitar parts, and some ambient riffs..some group vocals and sing-a-longs...Face ripping blastbeats, and alot of breakdowns and inverted madness...and so much more! We're very excited for everyone to hear the album, and to see what everyone thinks about it."

For more information on Kill What I Adore, and to check out a few tracks from the forthcoming album, hit up the band's Myspace page at www.myspace.com/killwhatiadore.
 
 
 
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Biography
YEAR FORMED: 2004
HOME TOWN: Columbus, OH
MEMBERS:
Steve Chaffins - Vocals
Sean McCandless - Guitar
Tony Walker - Guitar
Jay Smith - Bass
Eric Zehendner - Drums

Striving for something more than the dullness that their hometown offered, Columbus, Ohio’s Kill What I Adore emerged as a unique and unexpected staple in the heavy metal scene. Originally formed in the fall of 2004, the band has gone through several significant changes since, including the replacement of drummer KB and bassist Corey in early 2007. Now KWIA still enjoys the chance to write and record original heavy music while playing show after show for the craziest, most intense crowds the Midwest has to offer.

Each member is truly invested in creating the tunes they themselves want to hear, as well as throwing them down as brutal as humanly possible onstage. With Myspace alone, the band has received a tremendous response, generating almost 600,000 plays thus far. And while their fan base continues to expand daily, they do their part in trying to remain in close personal contact with each and every one of their listeners.

Though they regularly headline what are considered to be the best venues in their hometown, Kill What I Adore played the 2005 Warped Tour and has shared the stage with countless national acts. They include The Tony Danza Tapdance Extravaganza (Black Market/Metal Blade), Emmure, Beneath The Sky, Dead to Fall and Endwell (all Victory Records, respectively),Misery Signals (Ferret Records), My Bitter End (Uprising Records), TheClassic Struggle (Ironclad Records), As Blood Runs Black (Mediaskare),and Woe Of Tyrants (Metal Blade) among many, many more.

Creative, passionate, honest. These are the words that define Kill What I Adore. And soon to release their new album “Whatever It Takes”, they continue to prove to be one of the most innovative and brutal bands in Ohio and everywhere else.

(Photo Credit: Jeff Moneyyy)