HAMMER KING takes you into the recording studio; Video

Hammer King will release their new studio album, Kingdemonium, on August 19 via Napalm Records. Follow Hammer King into the Greywolf Studio and watch them work their magic in this new video:

Kingdemonium shines a light on the very essence of Hammer King and fully reflects the band’s strengths, starting with the first track “Invisible King”. The title track, “Kingdemonium” then proves its sheer power from the first note and goes all the way with thundering drums, steely riffs and energetic vocals. Followed by “The Four Horsemen”, which starts off slower, the track quickly picks up speed halfway through the world of the Hammer King. “Guardians of the Realm” (featuring Ross The Boss), stands out from the rest with vigorous vocals riddled with acoustic guitar elements, while “Live Long, Die Nasty” is an upcoming live hit that will immediately have any crowd screaming. . A pure steel album in the name of the Hammer King.

Kingdemonium will be available in the following formats:

– Deluxe wooden box (incl. 1 CD Digisleeve, 3-Track Bonus CD (Andreas Marschall Artwork), Signed Certificate of Authenticity, Leather Wristband, Hammer King Map) – strictly limited to 300
– 1LP Gatefold Vinyl Marbled Blue/Black (incl. Autographed Postcard, “Ashes of My Oath” Bonus Track Download Card) – strictly limited to 300
– 1LP Gatefold Vinyl Black (incl. Bonus Track “Ashes of My Oath” Download Card)
– 1CD Digisleeve (6 Panels)
– Music Cassette – strictly limited to 100
– Digital scrapbook

Pre-order here.

Kingdemonium Track List:

“Invisible King”
“Outcast is My Name”
“We Will Rise”
“Live Long, Die Wicked”
“The 7th of 7 Kings”
“Kingdemonium”
“The Fall of Other Kingdoms”
“The Four Horsemen”
“Keepers of the Realm”
“The Age of Urizen”

Bonus tracks:

“Mark of the Beast”
“Ashes of My Oath”
“Holy is the Hammer”
“Hammerschlag” (German version)

Video “Outcast is my name”:

Line up:

Titan Fox V – vocals/guitar
Gino Wilde – guitar
Günt von Schratenau – bass
Dolph Aidan Macallan – drums

(Photo – Tim Tronckoe)

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