WOLF KING Issues ‘Loyal To The Soil’ Title Track Video; Tour Dates Incl. New England Metal & Hardcore Fest

Article By: Pat ‘Riot’ Whitaker ‡ Edited By: Leanne Ridgeway

Earlier this month, we shared the news of Bay Area-based metal extremists WOLF KING and its imminent album release, ‘Loyal To The Soil‘ [HERE].

That hotly anticipated album is set to arrive from Prosthetic Records on April 27th and today, we have the band’s lyric visualizer for its title track. ‘Loyal To The Soil’ was recorded at Rapture Recordings in Hayward, California with producer Cody Fuentes.

Loyal To The Soil’ will be available on all digital platforms, CD, and a limited edition black with gold and white splatter LP. Pre-order the album here.

About this scathing single, WOLF KING comments:

“‘Loyal To The Soil’ is about how every being on this planet has the same destiny, which is to be forced to accept the embrace of death. There are no wagers with the reaper. We are also very excited about touring with Church Tongue, who really caught our ears when we were looking at bands to tour back home with. Also, their guitarist apparently sets himself on fire, so that sounds pretty cool too.

Timothy Wilson – vocals
Jacob Broughton – guitar & vocals
Brian Mojica – bass
Connor White – drums

Check out the title track visualizer below and in related news, WOLF KING will undertake a string of live dates in April, joined by Distinguisher and Bodysnatcher. WOLF KING will wrap the tour with an appearance at the New England Metal And Hardcore Festival 2018. Here’s the itinerary:

12 – Mesa, AZ – The Underground
13 – Albuquerque, NM – Burts Tiki Lounge (with Distinguisher)
14 – Big Spring, TX – Flower Art Bar (with Distinguisher)
16 – Little Rock, AR – The Building (with Bodysnatcher & Distinguisher)
17 – Nashville, TN – The End (with Bodysnatcher & Distinguisher)
18 – Fayetteville, NC – Drunk Horse Pub (with Bodysnatcher & Distinguisher)
19 – Trenton, NJ – Championship Bar (with Bodysnatcher & Distinguisher)
21 – Worchester, MA – New England Metal And Hardcore Festival at The Palladium

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