D.FREQ.CRUSH is a 13-track album released under Kitcaliber.
Track listing Edit
- INTRO (0:25) (lyrics)
- PSEUDOTRITON (2:51) (lyrics)
- DEVIL (2:11) (lyrics)
- HELL DIVE (3:13) (lyrics)
- RAYSTORM (2:39) (lyrics)
- ZONE BREAKERZ (3:13)
- KINGDOM GRANDPRIX (3:00) (lyrics)
- EXTEND (SUICIDE) (2:51) (lyrics)
- VULTURES (2:54) (lyrics)
- DISINFECT THE DEAD (3:03) (lyrics)
- GUNNERS HEAVEN (2:15) (lyrics)
- THREE WONDERS (2:45) (lyrics)
- RADIO DREAMIN' (2:45) (lyrics)
in the year 2001, our connections are shut down. team GUNDOGS was sent against the powerful enemy force, RICOCHET AASVOGELS. they were destroyed. OPERATION HELL DIVE was a failure. we are the new resistance. we are only two, but we are armed with skills that training does not amount to. we are armed with vision and audio. DIRECTIVE: FREQUENCY CRUSHER is now active.
- The album's cover art marks the first time Kit and Caliber are drawn in color "officially".
- The album's genre is referred to "shmuppunk", a reference to shoot 'em up, a video game genre Ren Queenston is fond of and often references.
- D.FREQ.CRUSH is the only album so far to have all of the lyrics capitalized at the Bandcamp page.
- HELL DIVE is a reference to Raiden Fighters 2: Operation Hell Dive.
- GUNDOGS is a possible reference to Gun Dogs, the development name of Raiden Fighters. 
- KINGDOM GRANDPRIX is a reference to a shmup of the same name.
- The Bandcamp page for the release states the album to be written and produced by "Kit + Caliber", as opposed to This Broken City stating simply "Kitcaliber".
- The album's release date is only 11 days short of being released two years apart with This Broken City.
- The design of the cover and the physical release is a reference to Japanese Sega Saturn games.
- Many themes originally presented in This Broken City carry directly over to D.FREQ.CRUSH. In a similar manner, themes from D.FREQ.CRUSH carry over to NEVERLAND SOUNDGIRLS. 
Physical release Edit
|This Broken City • D.FREQ.CRUSH • ИΣVΣRLAИD SØUИDGIRL$|