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Sullivan King Announces Anticipated Album ‘Thrones Of Blood’ Coming March 2023 Featuring Wooli Collab “Let Me Go” Out Today on Monstercat

Sullivan King Will Embark on Massive Thrones of Blood Tour Hitting Over 30 Dates Across the US in 2023.

Heavy metal-driven electronic artist Sullivan King has teamed up with household bass producer Wooli to deliver their second collaborative single, “Let Me Go” on Monstercat. Breaking hearts and rails, the track evolves from an emotive ballad with melancholy guitar chords into a mind-numbing bass assault with Sullivan King’s high-frequency screams piercing through alarm-blaring synths. Today’s single follows the anticipated announcement of his forthcoming album, ‘Thrones Of Blood’ arriving on Monstercat in March 2023. Accompanying the LP, Sullivan King will take to a coast-to-coast tour covering 30 dates across San Francisco, Los Angeles (2x), Austin, Buffalo (2x), Chicago, and more to be announced.

Stream – https://listen.monstercatmusic.com/letmego-qqmz

Sullivan King shares, “Adam and I wrote “Let Me Go” about his fear of planes. I’m pretty sick of him always holding on to me when we fly next to each other and there’s a little turbulence. He’s really just not a great flyer tbh and it’s f*****’ annoying, so Adam if you’re reading this….. let me go. Stop grabbing my hand. You squeeze way too much. We’re gonna be fine. Statistically, not a single plane has crashed from turbulence, so just drink your ginger ale, have those little biscoff cookies American Airlines gives out, and watch a Harry Potter movie. We’re gonna be good.

Wooli adds, “‘Let Me Go’ is about the time Keaton kidnapped me. He put me in a cage in the crawl space of his Miami condo and left one night to go get more diapers and Monster Energy baby formula for his new kid. I felt it was the perfect time to escape. I picked the lock with a Capri Sun straw and bolted for the elevator. As soon as the doors opened, Keaton was standing there smiling. “Don’t leave yet, we have more ‘content’ to film!” he said. He began to slip back into character as the Joker from Batman. “You don’t want to see me get Reckless do you?” I’m actually still writing this from the cage. If you are reading this, please call 911 or Excision. They are my only hope.

Paving the way for heavy rock and dance music to coexist, Sullivan King’s next album will continue to highlight his cross-genre musicianship with notable features on both sides. Previously he’s fused his guitar-shredding sensibilities with influential bands such as Papa Roach and Ice Nine Kills, as well as like-minded artists including Grabbitz and GG Magree. Closing the year with back-to-back shows at Grand Rapids’ Intersection and festival plays at EDC Orlando and Countdown NYE, he’ll enter 2023 with more new music off the album, primed for his Thrones Of Blood Tour beginning in March. With support from Benda, Level Up, and Vastive, tickets are on sale now.

Wooli is on a tear this year, coming off epic performances at Escape Halloween, Lost Lands, Bass Canyon and countless headline dates. Sharing Sullivan King’s attraction to the harder-hitting sounds on the bass spectrum, he recently announced his second joint EP with scene-shaper Excision, and has singles under his belt with the likes of Calcium and Caster. Fans can look forward to catching Wooli’s mammoth performance live at The Observatory in Orange County this weekend for a double-header on November 25th and 26th.

Sullivan King Bio

Sullivan King makes music to rage to. As a producer, guitarist, vocalist, and songwriter, he fuses dubstep and rock creating his own space in the electronic and alternative scenes. Sullivan King’s unique live show finds the artist shredding on guitar, singing, DJing, and jumping into the pit. After finishing up his Loud & Reckless NA tour celebrating the release of his debut album LOUD, the King had a summer full of festivals including Tomorrowland, Lollapalooza Paris, Hard Summer, and Ilesoniq to name a few. Sullivan King has previously worked with Excision, Aaron Gillespie (Underoath), Papa Roach, Jason Aalon (Fever 333), Ice Nine Kills, Slander, Subtronics, Kayzo, Kill The Noise, and has several upcoming collaborations with heavyweight names in both the Electronic and Hard Rock world. “Raised on a diet of as much post-hardcore as dubstep, he’s setting out to bring the rock and EDM communities together in a way that no-one has done before.” – Jack Rogers, Rock Sound

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Wooli Bio

Wooli’s mammoth bass music imprint twists harmonic sounds into a grimy discography of varying tastes. Blending icy compositions with fiery drops, his prehistoric mark captures millions of listeners through immersive performances and heavy bass. 

With a dynamic suite of releases spanning Monstercat, Never Say Die, Ophelia and Subsidia and has collaborated with some of EDM’s most popular vocalists and heavy hitters. Wooli’s tracks with Seven Lions, HALIENE, Amidy and Trivecta have perfected euphonic realms, while his Evolution EP with Excision sparked anthems for aggressive crowds. Island (feat. Nevve) and Another Me (with Dylan Matthew) top off a collection of originals that have cemented him in charts. Gaining notoriety from the Mammoth EP (2018) and The Cave EP (2017), Wooli’s signature sounds feature sing-along verses and enthralling pounds. 

Wooli’s monumental performances draw religious crowds at festival stages like EDC Las Vegas, Lollapalooza, Electric Zoo, Lost Lands and more. Writing history, Wooli’s Destination Tour (2021-22), spanned 32 dates across North America’s biggest cities, solidifying his place as a leader within the scene. 

From primeval performances to melodic masterpieces, Wooli is commanding bass music’s future as one of this generation’s most compelling acts.

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