May 20, 2024

Kiss Is Kill back with all new album ‘Anatomy Of Fear’ – Check it out now

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Kiss Is Kill back with all new album 'Anatomy Of Fear'

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The industrial rock project Kiss Is Kill (the solo project of James Chapple) is back with a new full-length album, “Anatomy Of Fear”.

Here’s what James Chapple says about the new album: “‘Anatomy Of Fear’ presents a highly introspective view looking back during the time of the Covid-19 pandemic. The last few years have been difficult for us all: a global pandemic, lockdowns, riots and political unrest. We’ve all lost so much. For many, it was a time of great fear: fear of getting sick, fear of failing relationships and a fear of the world our children might grow up in; also fear of the growing hatred and division. The album is about the unknown and the unknown breeds fear.”

And he adds: “This album was a chance for me to analyze all my fears, reflect on them, and try to grow beyond them. The songs are, as usual for me, deeply personal. Reflections of love, death, loss and grief populate this collection of my anxieties made into song. All of my fears were charted so that I might understand and master them. This is my anatomy of fear.”

Anatomy Of Fear is available on all major digital outlets including Bandcamp and Spotify.

Here’s the video for the album track “100%”.

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Bernard Van Isacker is the Chief Editor of Side-Line Magazine. With a career spanning more than two decades, Van Isacker has established himself as a respected figure in the darkwave scene.

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