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Killswitch Engage Tab Book Available Now

Alfred Music Publishing has announced the release of new and authentic guitar tab songbook, Killswitch Engage Guitar Anthology.

Killswitch Engage Guitar Anthology, featuring the virtuoso metal guitar pyrotechnics of Joel Stroetzel, contains hit songs from the band’s first four CDs. Considered as one of the most influential members of the New Wave of American Heavy Metal, Killswitch Engage released their self-entitled debut album in 2000, and they followed it with their sophomore album Alive or Just Breathing, which included a music video for “My Last Serenade.” The band rose to fame with their third release in 2004, The End of Heartache, which was certified Gold in December 2007, and the title track, "The End of Heartache," was nominated for a Grammy Award in 2005. In 2008, Killswitch Engage released As Daylight Dies, which hit the charts internationally

Killswitch Engage Guitar Anthology songbook contains complete note-for-note guitar tab transcriptions edited and approved by Joel Stroetzel as well as the book cover art designed by bassist Mike D’Antonio.

Titles:

  • "Temple from the Within"
  • "My Last Serenade"
  • "Fixation On The Darkness"
  • "Life To Lifeless"
  • "A Bid Farewell"
  • "When Darkness Falls"
  • "Rose of Sharyn"
  • "The End of Heartache"
  • "This is Absolution"
  • "The Arms of Sorrow"
  • "My Curse"
  • "Still Beats Your Name"

Killswitch Engage Guitar Anthology is now available for $21.95 at local music retail stores or from alfred.com.

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