Atlanta’s DEATH OF KINGS are pleased to reveal “Sojourn”, a blistering new song from their forthcoming album Kneel Before None. The track’s mix of classic heavy metal with thrash is recommended for fans of Skeletonwitch and Judas Priest.

Listen to “Sojourn” here:

Keel Before None will be released on June 2 2017.

About Death of Kings:

Unruly, unforgiving, and unequaled.  Forging their own path while defying all authorities, Death of Kings is set to usurp the underground metal throne as the new leaders of uncompromising sonic mastery. After years of performing in the Atlanta underground scene, generating tons of buzz and perfecting their attack, Death of Kings is ready to unleash their fury on the land.

Destroying their foes since 2009, Death of Kings has been a potent force in the Southeastern heavy metal scene, playing shows across the region with a fervent passion. In that time they’ve shared the stage with some of America’s most influential and notorious bands, including legends like Morbid Angel, DRI, Mastodon, Skeletonwitch, 3 Inches of Blood, and more.

After self-releasing their first two EPs, Death of Kings was honored to work with Boris Records to release their first 7” single, “Knifehammer”, in 2013. Building off the success of that collaboration and last year’s exciting demo release “Regicide,” 2017 will herald the coming of Deathof Kings’ first full-length release, “Kneel Before None”, currently slated for CD release with a vinyl pressing to follow and an accompanying 7” single release “Hell Comes to Life”.
More determined than ever, Death of Kings is hell-bent on slaying false prophets, demolishing all opposition, and bringing raw, true heavy metal to the masses. Stand with the true masters of heavy metal madness and celebrate the Death of Kings!

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