Following a career-defining year, metal guitarist, vocalist, and electronic producer Sullivan King today released the title single from his forthcoming album, ‘Thrones Of Blood.’ Due out March 17th on Monstercat, the potent track gives fans an early taste of what’s to come on the awaited full-length. Rife with Sullivan King’s guttural screams, the menacing guitar shredding is met with soul-piercing bass and head-banging hooks, yielding the perfect blend of his relentless stylings.
Sullivan King shares, “‘Thrones of Blood’ is the title track to my third album. It just felt like it encompassed the energy that I wanted to achieve with this record overall, while standing out from every other song as well as carrying on the tonal direction of ‘LOUD’, which came out last year. Insanely proud of this track and can’t wait to play this one all tour long!!”
Boasting a catalogue filled with greats such as FEVER 333, Underoath, Ice Nine Kills, Excision, and Subtronics, Sullivan King is no doubt at the top of his game. Accompanying the album in March, he’ll hit the road on a 30+ date ‘Thrones Of Blood’ tour headlining iconic venues including LA’s Hollywood Palladium (x2), Emo’s in Austin, DC’s Echostage, the Majestic Theater in Detroit, and more. Featuring added support from Kai Waichi, YOOKiE, Level Up, Benda, and Vastive, tickets are on sale now, here.
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