Tag: Suicide King

NEWS: King 810 live in the “House of Dust”!

A bleak new track with Leonard Cohen and Johnny Cash vibes has surfaced from Flint Michigan Metallers King 810 entitled “House of Dust“. The band, who have been increasingly diverse in their output since Chiodos guitarist Jason Hale exited stage left are yet to announce a follow up record to “Suicide King” despite this now

NEWS: King 810 return to Flint!

The second single since forth studio album “Suicide King” sees King 810 return to the violent streets of Flint Michigan for another tale from David Gunn called “Dukes“. Following up “Hellhounds” which has already received it’s live debut, there is no mention of a new album as yet…

Documentary: Behind The Scenes of Hellhounds with King 810!

In this latest episode of King 810 TV, the Flint Michigan natives take us behind the scenes of their recent music video “Hellhounds” as they go scavenging in the dump for things to set fire to. The track surfaced online in bootleg format before it’s official release as the band previewed it live and marks

NEWS: King 810 run from the “Hellhounds”!

After yesterday’s mariana trench deep interview with Metal Injection, King 810 have premiered their first new material since fourth album “Suicide King” officially, having already received its live debut and been leaked online. It could be inspired by Nine Inch Nails, which might sound weird but why not?

Interview: King 810 talk to Metal Injection!

Frank from Metal Injection was granted an audience with King 810 frontman David Gunn for this deep interview as the band have begun to roll out their first new material since fourth album “Suicide King“. Topics of conversation include going from being independent to signing for Roadrunner Records and what life is like being from

Bootleg: King 810 debut new song live!

After the mixed response to their fourth studio album “Suicide King” which saw a big injection of non-Metal influences, Flint Michigan’s King 810 have debuted a new song live. Tentatively titled “For The Murder Of My Enemy” based on the lyrical content, it was played by the band who are now a quartet once more

Documentary: King 810 still have Heartbeats?

A year ago today was the release of “Heartbeats” by King 810, the forerunner single to the album “Suicide King”, a song that came together with a little help from Josh Schroeder. Arguably the best song on the bands fourth studio album, they’ve surprised by sharing a previously unreleased “making of” featurette!

Review: “Suicide King” by King 810

Following all the hype around their major label debut “Memoirs of a Murderer” and then the frankly brilliant and cruelly overlooked “La Petite Morte or a Conversation with God”, King 810 are back for a four affair (counting their debut as “King” entitled “Anachronism” and featuring second Guitarist Jason Hale of Chiodos fame) with “Suicide

NEWS: King 810 stream “A Million Dollars”!

New album “Suicide King” is just a week away so King 810 have begun streaming a new song in “A Million Dollars” to try and get you hyped and possibly in the mood to boost their pre-order sales for their third and self-released full length!

Bootleg: “Killem All” from King 810!

Having completed a December UK tour with Puppy, King 810 are now preparing for the release of their new album “Suicide King” on 25th January. Pre-orders for the album are available here while new song “Heartbeats” is streaming everywhere that’s good. In the meantime, the band have released an official live video for older tune