King’s X sign with InsideOutMusic/Sony Music for first new album in 14 years

King’s X sign with InsideOutMusic/Sony Music for first new album in 14 years

The legendary King’s X, comprised of dUg Pinnick, Ty Tabor & Jerry Gaskill, are pleased to announce they have signed with InsideOutMusic/Sony Music worldwide. They will be the label-home for the bands forthcoming 13th studio album and first new music in 14 years, which has just been completed, the long-awaited new record will see the light of day on the 2nd of September 2022.

The band comments:

“I feel like it’s been forever since we put out a new album, and I’m ready for the world to hear our latest offering, hopefully there’s a little bit of everything that you love about Kings X, three sides of one is the best way to describe it. The groove is with us!” – dUg Pinnick

“It’s really gonna happen! The new record is coming out soon. I’m happy to be working with the team at InsideOut/Sony Music. I’m happy with the record. I’m happy everybody gets to hear it. It’s a happy day. Or at least that’s what I’m telling myself. Hope you enjoy it!!!” – Jerry Gaskill

“I have a long-standing relationship with InsideOut and am so pleased that InsideOut/Sony is releasing the new King’s X album.” – Ty Tabor

InsideOutMusic label-head Thomas Waber adds: “We have known the guys since forever and have been fans even before then. We are really looking forward to adding another album to their impressive legacy. Working on a King’s X album is always a highlight and an honour!”

The bands forthcoming new album saw them working with Emmy Award-winning engineer, mixer, and producer Michael Parnin (Rage Against the Machine, Mark Lanegan) at his Blacksound Studio in California. He comments:
“I am very proud of the energy and work put into this album, especially of all the different vocal performances and varied musical influences mixed together as one. In true King’s X fashion, we had several obstacles to overcome, and it wasn’t easy but hopefully worth it to the amazing die-hard fans out there who have been waiting so patiently and to the new listeners hearing King’s X for the first time. It’s an honest labour of love that I am excited the world finally gets to hear.”

King’s X are set to return to stages in 2022, heading to Europe in September and returning to North America for more dates in October. Find the full list of shows below:

Europe & UK
1st September – Backstage Halle, Munich, Germany
2nd September – Veruno Musica Festival, Veruno, Italy
3rd September – Old Capitol, Langenthal, Switzerland
6th September – Hirsch, Nürnberg, Germany
7th September – Colos-Saal – Aschaffenburg, Germany
9th September – Boerderij, Zoetermeer, Netherlands
10th September – Fabrik, Hamburg, Germany
12th September – Spirit of 66, Verviers, Belgium
13th September – Kantine, Cologne, Germany
14th September – Le Forum, Vaureal (Paris), France
16th September – The Brook, Southampton, UK
17th September – Picturedrome, Holmfirth, UK
18th September – Wylam Brewery, Newcastle, UK
20th September – Garage, Glasgow, UK
22nd September – Rescue Rooms, Nottingham, UK
23rd September – Junction, Cambridge, UK
24th September – KK’s Steel Mill, Wolverhampton, UK
26th September – Islington Assembly Hall, London, UK
27th September – Academy 2, Manchester, UK
28th September – Tramshed, Cardiff, UK
30th September – Biebob, Vosselaar, Belgium
1st October – Hypothalamus, Rheine, Germany

North America
28th July – Gramercy Theatre, NYC, NY, USA
29th July – Sellersville Theatre, Sellersville, PA, USA
19th October – Amos’ Southend, Charlotte, NC, USA
20th October – The Concourse, Knoxville, TN, USA
21st October – The Forum, Hazard, KY, USA
23rd October – Brooklyn Bowl, Nashville, TN, USA
25th October – The Howlin’ Wolf, New Orleans, LA, USA
27th October – Come and Take It Live, Austin, TX, USA
28th October – Trees, Dallas, TX, USA
29th October – Warehouse Live, Houston, TX, USA

Look out for more info on the new album in the coming months!

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