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King 810 – Memoirs of a Murderer

King 810 – Memoirs of a Murderer

Flint Michigan is known as one of America’s most violent cities. Day to day life is a battle for survival resulting in one of the highest rates of homicide in any US city.

Through the darkness comes a beacon of light with a sound so furious that you have to pay attention. Ladies and gentlemen let me introduce you to “King 810”. At the helm of this Michigan Juggernaut is vocalist “David Gunn” whose dry vocals paint a picture of what day to day struggles in Flint can be. A good example for this is the video for their track “Killem All” which uses camera footage of violent muggings and actual shootings. Just like the video, this album is nothing short of brutal in every aspect. Featuring killer riffs that make you want to raise your fist in the air and bang your head like there is no tomorrow! Gunn’s powerfully driven lyrics leave the listener saying “Holy sh*t!”

Watch/Listen for yourself here:

So if you are looking for real heavy music with a feel of serious social commentary then check out King 810! I have said it before and I’ll say it again this is pure, in your face brutality. Their debut album “Memoirs of a Murderer” is out now through Roadrunner Records!

Pick it up here:

JB Hi-Fi Online – http://bit.ly/King810_JB

iTunes – http://bit.ly/King810_iTunes

Listen to our exclusive interview with frontman “David Gunn” where he covers recording the album, growing up in Flint, their controversial music videos and much more here:


Jase L Herbert


August 18th, 2014

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