KINGS DESTROY – Brooklyn Doom Rock Unit Drops “None More” EP Via War Crime Recordings; Band To Support Sweden’s Truckfighters On North American Tour
Brooklyn-based five-piece heavy doom rock unit KINGS DESTROY drops a brand new EP, None More, TODAY January 13th, on limited-edition cassette via War Crime Recordings and digitally through streaming services. The follow-up to 2015’s critically lauded self-titled full-length, None More is a fourteen-minute epic broken down into six parts. The track showcases KINGS DESTROY‘s myriad influences, combining elements of doom, sludge, psych, rock, and metal into one sprawling, dynamic composition. It’s spaced-out, fuzzed-out, maxed-out, rock ‘n’ roll doom.
Notes The Obelisk in an extended investigation of the record: “None More moves through its extended but brief stretch, flowing not like a disjointed assemblage of parts, but with a careful and patiently executed arc. It’s not the first time KINGS DESTROY have told a story in their work, but it’s the first time they’ve put so much into the telling.”
II. The Blood Waters
III. The Battle
V. The Awakening
VI. Rise of the Betrayer (reprise)
KINGS DESTROY will begin their latest North American tour on January 18th, supporting Sweden’s Truckfighters, before returning to the studio to record their fourth full-length in the spring of 2017.
LONG LIVE KINGS DESTROY.
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