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Since Kickass Torrents (KAT) was taken down by a joint government effort in the US, people have found alternatives for their torrenting needs. Here is our top 14 list of the most popular alternatives to KAT that work in 2023:




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If you want to dabble with torrenting, make sure the content you download is safe and legal. To protect yourself and to stay completely anonymous online, we recommend you always use a VPN such as NordVPN.


Kickass Torrents was one of the most renowned torrenting sites on the internet until its founder, Artem Vaulin, was arrested and charged with numerous criminal offenses by the United States Department of Justice in 2016. After that, the original Kickass Torrents (KAT) site was shut down. For a long time after, visitors to the original Kickass Torrents website encountered a very ominous message.


Kickass Torrents going down is part of a reasonable effort to limit the amount of copyright law violations. For people that want to torrent legal content, however, there are plenty of alternatives to KAT.


The Pirate Bay is a behemoth in the torrenting world, bringing in tens of millions of visitors a month, with the same amount of files in their library, fast download speeds, and an easy-to-use interface.


Torrentz2 is even more niche than 1337x, as it only focuses on music torrents. It features the largest music collection of any torrenting site, although many of these torrents contain copyrighted material and are likely illegal.


YTS is hands-down the best torrenting website for movie enthusiasts. With over 75 million visits a month, a download speed of 3 to 4 MB/s, and flawless design, YTS is the go-to site for movie torrents.


Not only does YTS have a phenomenal interface, but the library on display is also impressive. It has millions of torrents, including rare, old titles in HD quality. The site also compresses all its downloads, so even if you have low bandwidth, you should be able to download them with ease.


LimeTorrents has a seamless interface and good seeder/leecher ratios on new torrents. It also boasts a download speed in the 3 to 4 MB/s range and has just under 20 million users a month across all mirrors. Moreover, it offers many search options.


But LimeTorrents fell out of favor with the torrenting community as its recent updates have introduced increasingly intrusive ads. Not to mention, the seeder-leecher ratio is rarely positive on older files.


The best private Kickass Torrents alternatives will most likely differ from region to region because most countries and areas have their own large, local private torrenting site. That said, two private torrent sites have found great success in the past, and they can be good alternatives to Kickass Torrents.


This article has an educational purpose. We advise you against torrenting in general, just to be on the safe side. If you do torrent, however, make sure the files you download are shared legally in your country.


A VPN and antivirus are usually enough to keep you safe while torrenting. But if you go out of your way to find trouble online, then malware, viruses, and other cyber threats can sometimes circumvent strong security suites. So here are a few more tips to torrent safely:


It's impossible to talk about the renewed interest in American ska without talking about Bad Time Records, the DIY label launched by Kill Lincoln's Mike Sosinski that has been shining a much-needed light on the U.S. ska scene since 2018. The label started out by repressing records by Kill Lincoln and their friends in We Are The Union, but BTR's first original release was the 2019 self-titled debut LP by Philly's Catbite, which is one of the finest ska debuts in recent memory. Catbite primarily pull from influences that predate '90s ska-punk, like 2 Tone, rocksteady, power pop, and The Clash, but they wrap it in an indie rock-friendly exterior that fits right in with the modern Philly indie-punk DIY scene that they hail from. They arrived fully formed on this album, an all-killer collection of eight songs that already feel like classics (and that are very versatile; Catbite later released an alt-country version and a hardcore/punk version of the album). The future looks very bright for Catbite -- their new sophomore album Nice One is at least as good as the self-titled -- but no matter how far they end up going, it should never be forgotten that they had already mastered ska on LP1. [A.S.]


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