KING 810 to release third album, ‘Suicide King,’ on Jan. 25

KING 810 will release its third full-length album, “Suicide King,” on Jan. 25, 2019. The Flint, Michigan-based band is self-releasing the album, which is available for pre-order here via exclusive merch bundles that include limited edition black smoke vinyl—all sold exclusively through the band’s Big Cartel store.

Additionally, KING 810 has shared the new song “Heartbeats.” The track marks the first taste of new music from the band since the 2017-issued “Queen” EP.

The band also shared a teaser for the “Heartbeats” video.

“This is what your favorite band’s favorite band sounds like,” said frontman David Gunn about the track.

“Suicide King” was produced by Gunn and Josh Schroeder in the band’s native Michigan.

In addition to a one-off hometown performance set for Nov. 21 at the Buick City Events Center, the band will spend November and December abroad, embarking on a headline U.K. tour with Puppy in tow. Full U.S. tour plans for 2019 are in the works. All current and confirmed KING 810 dates are below.

Also available for pre-order is the first installment of Gunn’s memoir—”Summertime in Murdertown: How I Survived Where the Best Die.” The tome is being self-published, and copies pre-ordered via Big Cartel will be signed. In the book, Gunn pulls back the curtain on his hometown of Flint, painting a vivid picture like only those born and raised there can. He offers insight into a world that does not allow you to stop working through the struggle, urging the reader to forget backup plans. Instead, cross the bridge and burn it behind you. Give yourself no choice. Define the things you want and run toward them.

“Suicide King” track listing:

“Bang Guns”
“A Million Dollars”
“What’s Gotten into Me”
“Black Rifle”
“God is Watching”
“Wade in the Water”
“Sing Me to Sleep ”

KING 810 on tour:

11/21 – Flint, MI, Buick City Events Center (with Trick Trick and Game Spittaz)

(with Puppy)

11/29 — Birmingham — O2 Academy 2
11/30 — Brighton — Concorde 2
12/2 — Bournemouth — The Old Fire Station
12/3 —  Portsmouth —  Wedgewood Rooms
12/5 —  Norwich —  The Waterfront
12/6 —  Tunbridge Wells —  Forum
12/7 —  Nottingham —  Rescue Rooms
12/8 —  Leicester —  Dryden Street Social
12/9 —  Colchester —  Arts Centre
12/11 —  Bristol —  The Fleece
12/12 —  Stoke —  Sugarmill
12/13 —  Manchester —  Club Academy
12/14 —  Leeds —  Key Club
12/16 —  Sheffield —  Foundry
12/17 —  Hull —  The Welly 2
12/18 —  Newcastle —  O2 Academy 2
12/19 —  Oxford —  O2 Academy 2
12/20 —  London —  Scala
12/21 —  Bridgend —  Hobos

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