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Updated: Sep 4, 2023

The insanely talented Australian Trap Metal artist, Kim Dracula, has released their brand new album 'A Gradual Decline In Morale' on Friday 14th July 2023.

Ever since Kim Dracula burst onto the scene with their Make Me Famous single '' in 2022, which has remarkably garnered over 5.9million views on YouTube alone, I have been an ardent follower of their musical journey. The anticipation for their debut album has been building within me, and my excitement reached new heights when Kim revealed their collaboration with the iconic Jonathan Davis on the powerful single 'Seventy Thorns'. With such a legendary partnership, it is undeniable that this album is destined to make an explosive impact in the music world.

First Impressions

The album started exactly how I thought it was going to, in absolute Kim Dracula fashion. They're known for colliding elements of many different genres of music to create something truly unique. 'My Confession' is exactly what I'm talking about, thought I was watching The Seinfeld show at first and then it threw itself into a pop party straight into a rock track to their incredible rap screams. And of course, some casual legendary hints to Disturbed 'Can you feel this?'.

It's safe to say, so far I am extremely impressed.

The Review

Right from the start, I was absolutely captivated by the electrifying energy of Kim Dracula's debut album. Each track is an explosive masterpiece that defies categorization. It's hard to believe that this is Kim's first album, considering their previous success with singles and their impressive fanbase, which led them to tour with Avenged Sevenfold even before releasing a full-length album.

The album includes some of Kim's popular tracks like "Drown" and "Make Me Famous" - both of which have already found a permanent spot on my personal playlist. However, it's the new addition, "Superhero," that truly showcases the essence of Kim Dracula's unique artistry. This track is a groundbreaking fusion of everything I adore about their music. Kim's sound is unparalleled; while it may contain subtle influences from talented bands like Disturbed, their style remains completely original and incomparable to any other artist in the industry.

Every single track in this album is an absolute banger. It's a rare occurrence for me to enjoy an entire album without any skips. The last time I experienced this level of satisfaction was with I Prevail's "True Power." Each song on Kim Dracula's album boasts infectious melodies, rapid-fire lyrics, and genre-bending creativity - all driven by the irresistible force that is Kim f*cking Dracula! I must also commend the seamless transitions between tracks, ensuring an uninterrupted party atmosphere throughout.

Furthermore, this album fearlessly delves into controversial subjects, fearlessly addressing important topics. "Are You?" fearlessly confronts the issue of pedophilia, while "Industry Secrets" sheds light on the challenges faced by artists in the music industry on their path to success.

In conclusion, Kim Dracula has undeniably exceeded all expectations with their debut album. It's an exhilarating and boundary-breaking collection of songs that showcase their immense talent and innovation. I cannot wait to see where their music takes them next.

The Final Score

Rating: 10/10 💀

Without a doubt, Kim Dracula has delivered an exceptional album that has surpassed all expectations. Their unique sound and innovative approach have injected a much-needed breath of fresh air into the music industry. Kim's talent and artistry are undeniable, and I am personally committed to closely following their career as it continues to evolve. If you have yet to experience the musical brilliance of Kim Dracula, I strongly encourage you to delve into this album and explore their previous singles, accompanied by their visually stunning music videos. Witnessing their creative genius firsthand will undoubtedly solidify your admiration for Kim Dracula as an extraordinary artist.

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