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Together… Apart…

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TRACKLISTING

  1. Intro
  2. Fields in Springtime
  3. Things You Can Never Find
  4. Hold Captive
  5. Bored
  6. Carlisle
  7. No Love at All
  8. You
  9. Broken
  10. You Will Belong to Everyone
  11. Damage Inside My Head + Sorrow

Front of Jewel Case

“Kill The Reflection’s brand new record Together … Apart… is every romantic cynic’s wet dream. Valentines Day is meant to embrace sappy love letters, crushes and red roses. Kill The Reflection flush every bit of that nonsense straight down the toilet and what they offer up in Together … Apart seems to be a deeper look into the realness that goes on in a relationship and not just the facade that accompanies such corporate red herrings. It’s a rollercoaster that unfortunately every human experiences. And while some may gather an unyieldingly downtrodden mood with Together … Apart, I think it’s important to acknowledge the relationship between the two spectrums while consuming it. The realization that the the only way to defeat pain and come out better on the other side is realizing that it does hurt, it will heal and to allow yourself a ride on the rollercoaster of balancing that yin and yang, the sun and the rain, of being Together … Apart… ”
— Houston Moliner, www.auxilarate.com

“Review for Kill the Reflection’s LP “Together… Apart…” Original, Stylish, Experimental rock that seems to have it’s own genre and era. Piercing lyrics and vocals that compliment the songwriting throughout this collection. Kill the Reflection Delivers wave after wave of emotion from their digital sea of rifts,beats and lyrics. Well worth the listen and price to own. ”
— Jay Armon & AXIOM405 media, Axiom Fourofive

“Are you a broken person? Relax, and let the post-punk sounds of Kill the Reflection make it all better. Oklahoma City’s Kill the Reflection has come a long way. What began as a trip-hop group in 1999 has morphed into a post-punk band that does moody with the best of them. Heavily indebted to Joy Division and Interpol — yet inspired by acts as varied as Deftones, Iggy Pop and Sade — Kill the Reflection has become a potent concoction of genres, ideas and feelings alike. If there’s anything tying it all together, it’s a certain darkness and emotional weight that KTR sums up perfectly with its tagline: “Music for broken people.” Following up its debut release last year, KTR is prepping an EP for early 2013 whose songs represent only minor changes to the formula; the band knows not to try fixing what isn’t broken.”

— Joshua Boydston, Oklahoma Gazette

Album Reviews

“Are you a broken person? Relax, and let the post-punk sounds of Kill the Reflection make it all better. Oklahoma City’s Kill the Reflection has come a long way. What began as a trip-hop group in 1999 has morphed into a post-punk band that does moody with the best of them. Heavily indebted to Joy Division and Interpol — yet inspired by acts as varied as Deftones, Iggy Pop and Sade — Kill the Reflection has become a potent concoction of genres, ideas and feelings alike. If there’s anything tying it all together, it’s a certain darkness and emotional weight that KTR sums up perfectly with its tagline: “Music for broken people.” Following up its debut release last year, KTR is prepping an EP for early 2013 whose songs represent only minor changes to the formula; the band knows not to try fixing what isn’t broken.”
Joshua Boydston, Oklahoma Gazette