King 810 detail new album and share official video for ‘I Ain’t Goin’ Back Again’

King 810 2016

King 810 have announced that their new album will be released this year.

Titled La Petite Mort Or A Conversation With God, the new material was produced by the band with Josh Schroeder and Justyn Pilbrow and will be released on the 16th of September via Roadrunner.

The album is described as “an inspired body of work that marks a profound evolutionary leap for the restless, driven souls of King 810” with the album titled said to “reference to the dual themes of the record – Flint’s real life violence and despair which builds the basis of frontman David Gunn’s narrative, and the steady desensitisation and terminal shut down of the human spirit that is experienced under those conditions.”

In addition to the album news, King 810 have also shared an official video for their new track “I Ain’t Goin’ Back Again.” You can watch the clip below. It was directed by the band’s frontman, David Gunn.

La Petite Mort Or A Conversation With God is available now for pre-order.

King 810 La Petite Mort album cover01. “Heavy Lies The Crown”
02. “Alpha & Omega”
03. “Give My People Back”
04. “Vendettas”
05. “Black Swan”
06. “The Trauma Model”
07. “La Petite Mort”
08. “I Ain’t Goin Back Again”
09. “War Time” (Feat. Trick Trick)
10. “Life’s Not Enough”
11. “Me & Maxine”
12. “Wolves Run Together”
13. “A Conversation With God”

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King 810 to premiere new track ‘I Ain’t Goin’ Back Again’ this Sunday

King 810 I Aint Goin Back Again mural

King 810 are set to share a brand new track this weekend.

The world premiere of “I Ain’t Goin’ Back Again” will take place this Sunday, the 24th of July on the UK’s BBC Radio 1 Rock Show with Daniel P. Carter from 7pm BST.

The band made the announcement via their social media accounts.

King 810 had previously teased that new material was on the way with a behind the scenes video featuring artist Caio Henrique Cain creating a mural for the song on a wall in Santa Barbara D’Oeste, Brazil.


David Gunn and crew shared a video for their track “Carve My Name” last month, indicating that it would be the last clip they would release for material from their debut album, Memoirs Of A Murderer.

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.

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King 810 share official video for ‘Carve My Name’

King 810 2016

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.

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King 810 stream new track ‘Crow’s Feet’ to raise funds for Flint charity

King 810 2016

King 810 are streaming a new track, “Crow’s Feet”.

The song is set to feature on a new compilation, Not Safe To Drink: Music For Flint Water Crisis Relief, due for release on the 20th of February.

The collection features more than 50 artists and all proceeds from its sales will go to the Flint Child Health & Development Fund, a charity helping children with the effects of long-term exposure to lead poisoning from the Flint water supply.

The album is available to pre-order now via Bandcamp for a minimum donation of $5.

Say King 810: “Most of you by now have heard what is going on around town. Since the inception of King in 2007, our foundation has been our city and its people, good or bad.

“Since music is our voice that’s how we’ve chosen to go about things. We wrote this song to empower. To strengthen rather than weaken. To offer solutions instead of problems. To breed hope rather than doubt.”

King 810 have been helping to distribute clean bottled water throughout their hometown of Flint, Michigan. A state of emergency was declared in the city after the local water supply became contaminated with lead.

The band have previously dedicated their track “We Gotta Help Ourselves” to the residents of Flint.

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King 810 share new track ‘We Gotta Help Ourselves’ to aid Flint residents

King 810 - We Gotta Help Ourselves vid cap 2016

King 810 are streaming a new song to help raise funds for residents in their hometown of Flint, Michigan.

The band have teamed up with local Flint outlet Savage Village to help support the Community Foundation of Greater Flint’s ‘Flint Child Health & Development Fund.’ The track “We Gotta Help Ourselves” has been released to raise awareness and you can listen to it below.

Say King 810: “Most of you by now have heard what is going on around town. Since the inception of KING in 2007 our foundation has been our city and its people, good or bad.

“Since music is our voice, that’s how we’ve chosen to go about things. We wrote this song to empower. To strengthen rather than weaken. To offer solutions instead of problems. To breed hope rather than doubt.

“Go to saveagevillage.bigcartel.com to purchase a ‘We Gotta Help Ourselves’ T-shirt. 100% of the proceeds will go directly to the Community Foundation of Greater Flint. For more info on the Community Foundation of Greater Flint, go to www.flintkids.org.”

A state of emergency was declared in Flint last December after it was confirmed that dangerous amounts of lead were contaminating the city’s water supply. In April 2014, in an effort to save money, the city had switched from using Detroit’s water system to pumping water from Flint River.

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