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Speak No Evil

by Killen

KICK ASS Heavy Metal instrumental: Shredding guitars, pounding drums, and thundering bass. This is 100% lyric free Instru-METAL.
Genre: Metal/Punk: Instrumental Metal
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Pig Dog
5:42 $0.99
2. Choke On It
4:33 $0.99
3. Epic
7:36 $0.99
4. Fool
4:39 $0.99
5. Rest In Peace
5:23 $0.99
6. Elbow Deep
3:43 $0.99
7. Bleeding And Screaming
6:37 $0.99
8. Neckburn
5:15 $0.99
9. Blister
5:13 $0.99
10. A.T.P.
5:11 $0.99
11. Belly Cream
5:06 $0.99
12. He's A Woman, She's A Man
5:42 $0.99
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Album Notes
Killen's debut release "Speak No Evil" is destined to be one of the most bad ass CDs of the year. It KICKS ASS! Filled with non-stop shredding guitars and heavy ass bass and drums, the disc is guaranteed to rip your face off! The power burned into this CD is difficult to find this side of the Atlantic, and indeed a rare commodity anywhere in the entire fucking world!

Killen is based out of Los Angeles, CA, with Ed McCrary on guitar, Ben Cook on bass, and former Bitch band members Dave Carruth on guitar and Robby Settles on drums. They have shared the stage with such artists as Metallica, Kiss, Slayer, and Dio as well as working with top engineers and producers in the Los Angeles area. Having recorded numerous albums and hundreds of songs individually these guys finally grouped together to record their long anticipated debut CD "Speak No Evil".

So crank it up and discover what so many porn stars already know...Killen delivers the goods!



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Absolutely SMOKIN"!!!!
Being a guitarist, the first thing I noticed was the awesome guitar tone (just check out the opening riff of "Pig Dog"), but the whole CD sounds incredible! All the songs are amazing, and the Scorpions tune was an especially nice touch. Keep up the great work, guys. I'll be first in line for the next one!


Almost perfection
This is the way Heavy Metal should be, I love Instrumental Metal and this is executed to near perfection, sure there is times that you'd love to imagine a vocalist in among the musicial mayhem but as they say "if it ain't broke don't fix it" and some song titles are a little strange but that's the joy of the CD being an instrumental you can get away with that, Can you imagine Jon Oliva singing a song called "Belly Cream" ? haha. Killen have produced an excellant album in "Speak no Evil", this is a realk keeper, and I for one am looking forward to more from this Band. This a Great Christmas present for any Heavy/Tradional Metal fan so put it in their stocking !.


Loved the CD!
Stylings and musicianship were very unique and refreshing for the genre. Being a 54 year old axeman myself, I especially noticed the guitar work which was on the money. Very impressive! I am very pleased to see the direction artists such as yourselves have taken. Your music has substance and quality that most 'shredders' etc. lack in  production and imagination. I Can't wait for the next CD. Don't change a thing.


Solid, intelligent progressive metal
For sheer brutalistic heaviosity alone this one is hard to beat. But it does more than just bludgeon: the tunes are very well composed, strong on melody with multiple sections, shifts of tempo and dynamics, tight interplay between instruments in the ensemble passages and solos that develop logically with a satisfying sense of structure. Recommended to all enthusiasts of intelligent, well crafted HR/ HM.

Ron M.

It definitely rocks!!!
I just finished the CD and I really like it. I wasn't sure what to expect because I'm not a huge Metal fan but I found a rush in the first track Pig Dog!!! After doing 95 mph and being pulled over by an officer I tried to blame it on the song, but he gave me the ticket anyway so I need your address to send you the bill. Listening to some of the songs I felt like I was in a video game or watching some action movie. Without lyrics it was a different feeling. It puts you in a head game and lets you go!!! I liked tracks 1, 5, 9 and 11 the best. Good Luck with the CD it definitely rocks!!!

I.D.M. It Doesn't Matter

I just got your Cd from a friend and you guys kick some serious ASS!!!!!!! Keep rockin'

James Genocide

You guys ROCK!
You guys ROCK! Your music makes me wanna drink and drive and disobey all traffic laws!!!


Bad ass stuff!
Hey guys I just got the CD today, that is some bad ass stuff. I love it and I'm not blowing smoke, I don't do that. Oh and the cover art is great. I'm gonna take this copy down to my local pub and have them play it before shows, if that's okay.


My favorite kind of music!
When I first listened to the CD, I was driving to Elsinore at night and the rhythms gave me the feeling of riding a runaway freight train, running from something really evil, unrelenting, one step
behind, breathing down my neck, through darkness, destination Hell. The guitars...fiery, restless, dissonant, haunting like hundreds of souls drifting through the night, screaming, crying, cursing, taunting and laughing, trapped in a musical purgatory if you will, where there is no resolve. It left me with that restless, uneasy,
feeling of impending doom. My favorite kind of music. Very disturbing. So crack open a bottle of Jack and throw another corpse on the barbie you guys nailed it!

Mike \"The San Clemente Kid\"

Speak No Evil
The whole album and overall music is very tight. Fantastic riffs, great solos, superb bass and precise drums make this album really come alive. The quality of the production reminds me of Rush, the guitar and music reminds me of Metallica (pre \"Load\" era). Bleeding and Screaming is my favorite track currently. I do feel that if the band had lyrics, they would be phenominal and a new leader taking Metallica\'s place in the rock world....
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