|Released 18 December 2012|
'Til Death (2012) Live Life (2014)
Release date 18 December 2012
Artist Capture the Crown
Label Sumerian Records
|Recorded Late 2011 – early 2012 at Chango Studios in Orlando, Florida|
Producer Cameron Mizell, Dave Petrovic
Genres Post-hardcore, Electronicore
Similar Reign of Terror, Cross Your Fingers, Red White Green, We Are All Sinners, Two‑Faced Charade
Capture the crown the arrival
'Til Death is the debut studio album by Australian metalcore band, Capture the Crown. The album was produced by Cameron Mizell at Chango Studios in Orlando, Florida and mastered by Joey Sturgis at Foundation Recording Studio in Connersville, Indiana. The album was released on 18 December 2012 through Sumerian Records. It peaked at No. 19 on the ARIA Heatseekers Albums, and in the United States it appeared on three Billboard component charts Top Hard Rock (No. 21), Top Heatseekers (No. 7), and Top Independent Albums (No. 25).
Four singles, "You Call That a Knife? This Is a Knife!", "#OIMATEWTF", "Ladies & Gentlemen...I Give You Hell!", and "RVG", have been released prior to the release of the album. "Help Me to Help You" is speculated to be a re-recorded version of the song "Help Me to Help You Mr. Phil," which was performed by the band's previous incarnation, Atlanta Takes State.
It is the only album to feature original guitarist Blake Ellis. The album is mainly supported by the lead single "You Call That a Knife? This Is a Knife!". It became a minor internet hit, gaining over 13 Million YouTube views.
Capture the crown til death
This is a metalcore album influenced by post-hardcore and electronica sound. The vocalist employed pop punk vocal style in every chorus and screaming similar to death growls.