The King 810 debut album has been out for just over a week, and the reviews are coming in. The band was recently featured on BBC Radio with both Zane Lowe and Dan Carter’s programs, with their respectively titled programs “Hottest Record in the World” and “Album of the Week”.
In case you missed it, the latest video, directed by John ‘Quig’ Quigley and Chrome Bumper Films is out now – watch ‘State of Nature’ right here. And if want to catch King live, your opportunity is coming. The band is going on the fall/winter tour of none other than Slipknot, with Korn in support. From San Bernardino, California, to Boston, Mass – ‘Prepare for Hell‘ is coming to a city near you.
King 810‘s debut record, pegged by ArtistDirect.com as, “one of the year’s most important heavy records”, is finally released today, August 19, 2014. Memoirs of a Murderer, available through Roadrunner Records, will feature 16 songs; Chrome Bumper Films was brought on the team to bring the vision of two of them to life.
Released in early July, “Fat Around the Heart” was shot on the streets of Flint, Michigan. Depicting what can only be described as an unfortunate child’s nightmare, the scenes of the video took place in an abandoned school, a dilapidated concrete maze, a mystical forest and the downtown of one of the roughest cities in Michigan.
Chrome Bumper Films and John ‘Quig’ Quigley were brought back in to direct King’s latest video release, “State of Nature”. With a vintage cinematography treatment, and imagery and references that will force you to think about life, the universe and everything else.. this is.. “State of Nature”: