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Trauma and tragedy transfer from one generation to the next. As difficult as it may be, we still possess the power to break the cycle and start anew. Fit For A King ponder the pain of these cycles and the possibility to end them on their seventh full-length offering, The Hell We Create [Solid State]. The Texas quintetRyan Kirby [vocals], Bobby Lynge [guitar], Daniel Gailey [guitar], Ryan Tuck OLeary [bass], and Trey Celaya [drums]explore this ebb and flow with a deft, yet delicate balance of sharp metallic intensity and soaring melodic energy. Drawing on real-life experiences, the band members collectively rallied around Ryan and his family as they endured seemingly unending turbulence The album is a reflection of the events that happened throughout the pandemic, recalls Ryan. In short, my wife and I adopted children and had to homeschool them. She almost died from a stroke. The Hell We Create is by far the deepest and most personal record weve ever written.

Trauma and tragedy transfer from one generation to the next. As difficult as it may be, we still possess the power to break the cycle and start anew. Fit For A King ponder the pain of these cycles and the possibility to end them on their seventh full-length offering, The Hell We Create [Solid State]. The Texas quintetRyan Kirby [vocals], Bobby Lynge [guitar], Daniel Gailey [guitar], Ryan Tuck OLeary [bass], and Trey Celaya [drums]explore this ebb and flow with a deft, yet delicate balance of sharp metallic intensity and soaring melodic energy. Drawing on real-life experiences, the band members collectively rallied around Ryan and his family as they endured seemingly unending turbulence The album is a reflection of the events that happened throughout the pandemic, recalls Ryan. In short, my wife and I adopted children and had to homeschool them. She almost died from a stroke. The Hell We Create is by far the deepest and most personal record weve ever written.

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Trauma and tragedy transfer from one generation to the next. As difficult as it may be, we still possess the power to break the cycle and start anew. Fit For A King ponder the pain of these cycles and the possibility to end them on their seventh full-length offering, The Hell We Create [Solid State]. The Texas quintetRyan Kirby [vocals], Bobby Lynge [guitar], Daniel Gailey [guitar], Ryan Tuck OLeary [bass], and Trey Celaya [drums]explore this ebb and flow with a deft, yet delicate balance of sharp metallic intensity and soaring melodic energy. Drawing on real-life experiences, the band members collectively rallied around Ryan and his family as they endured seemingly unending turbulence The album is a reflection of the events that happened throughout the pandemic, recalls Ryan. In short, my wife and I adopted children and had to homeschool them. She almost died from a stroke. The Hell We Create is by far the deepest and most personal record weve ever written.

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