Michigan metal collective King 810 have shared an official video for their track “Carve My Name.”
The song is lifted from the band’s 2014 album, Memoirs Of A Murderer, and will be the last video that the band share from the LP.
In a post on their Facebook page, King 810 say:
“This is the last video we will release from Memoirs of a Murderer.
It consists not of the work we have done, but of the work all of you have done.
Whether it be on paper or on the streets, or on your own bodies in the form of tattoos or branding or scarification.
We have been awed by this.
For those included here, for those not included, for those who we’ve met over the years, and for those who we’ve yet to meet.
This will serve as a photobook to look back on as we continue to grow over the years.
Thank you for everything.
This video is dedicated to all of you.”
You can watch the video for “Carve My Name”, edited by Katia Spivakova, below.
In recent months King 810 have been heavily involved in helping to combat the effects of the contamination of the water supply in their home of Flint, Michigan. A state of emergency was declared in the city last December after the local water supply became contaminated with lead.