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NEWS: King 810 stare in Wonder…

As they prepare for this year’s incarnation of the Impericon Never Say Die Tour trek across Europe with Nasty headlining the mainland shows, the United Kingdom headliners King 810 have premiered a music video comprising tour footage for “Winddershins” from their recently deceased EP “K5: Follow My Tears“. That of course means that four of

NEWS: King 810 wage a holy war?

A third of five cuts to grace January’s EP “K5: Follow My Tears” from King 810 has been given the full music video treatment in “Holy War“. A timely offering, it keeps the bands name in the headlines as they prepare for this year’s incarnation of the Impericon Never Say Die Tour trek across Europe.

Interview: King 810 talk to Bloodstock TV!

Having already done a whirlwind tour of Europe with Alpha Wolf earlier this year, the appearance of King 810 on the Ronnie James Dio stage at Bloodstock Open Air Festival this summer will be the second of three visits to the United Kingdom in 2023. Oran O’Beirne from Bloodstock TV spoke to frontman David Gunn

NEWS: King 810 make “Say Cheese And Die” Grindhouse movie!

Set to play Bloodstock Open Air Festival this summer before a run co-headlining the Impericon Never Say Die Tour in November alongside Nasty, ten56., Chamber, Fox Lake and Reduction the time seems perfect for King 810 to drop another music video and remind us about their current EP “K5: Follow My Tears“. They’ve done that

Throwback: “Magician” by King 810!

Oh how time flies. Eleven years ago an  independently released album titled “Midwest Monsters” surfaced from Flint Michigan based King 810 which earned them a deal with Roadrunner Records. Lyrically inspired by an incident which took place in June 2012 when vocalist David Gunn was both shot and stabbed  when he refused to hand over

NEWS: King 810 speak of “The magick of sound”!

Continuing to follow familiar thought patterns built on the foundation of skulls that was the “Memoirs of a Murderer” era “Anatomy” series, Flint Michigan’s King 810 have shared another spoken word essay from frontman David Gunn titled “The magick of sound” in the wake of new EP “K5: Follow My Tears“. They will be upon

NEWS: King 810 share “Demigods in the Devices”!

While their recently released EP “K5: follow my tears” approaches 550k of Spotify streams alone in the 3 weeks since its release, with “Brains On The Asphalt” a huge single, King 810 have returned to the spoken word of 2014’s “Anatomy” series. A David Gunn essay entitled “Demigods in the Devices” and accompanying video that

NEWS: David Gunn reads “Follow My Tears” poem!

A day after the release of their new EP “K5: Follow My Tears“, Flint Michigan’s King 810 have put David Gunn on the witness stand to read the poem by which the new record is named. The band will be joining Ten56, Xile and Alpha Wolf in a 21 day trek across Europe with eight