01:13 PM on 06/05/13
Sacramento based The Lonely Kings have signed with Epochal Artists Records/Capitol Music Group for the release of their upcoming new album "American Heartache" later this Summer through the label. The album is the follow-up to the group's critically acclaimed album "Crowning Glory", which was released on legendary punk label Fearless Records. The Lonely Kings "American Heartache" was produced and engineered with Grammy winning producer/engineer Michael Rosen (Rancid, Papa Roach, The Donnas), and will feature a special guest appearance by Papa Roach frontman Jacoby Shaddix.
"The Lonely Kings are excited to sign with Epochal Artists Records/Capital Music Group, and spread our brand of punk-rock to the masses," said bassist Emile Janicot. "We worked really hard on this record and believe this is our best musical work to date. We have a tour of the West coast that we are going to announce soon, along with a bunch of album release parties to celebrate the release of this record."
The Lonely Kings are an established Sacramento based rock band that combine heavy, moody, and chaotic melodies together with a powerful rhythm section. The band has two albums on Fearless Records (“What if” and “Crowning Glory”), one album on Rise Records (“Ides of March”), and will release their fifth album later this summer on Epochal Artists Records. They have played on the Vans Warped Tour, and have toured across the United States and throughout Europe and the UK. The Lonely Kings are a power trio of musicians that blend punk, alternative, and progressive rock music. They are a tried and true quality American rock band and always bring their heavy rock energy to their live shows and their brand of music.
Lonely Kings Tour Dates:
June 12 - Folsom, CA - Powerhouse Pub
June 13 - Chico CA - Lost on Main
June 15 - Nevada City, CA - Cooper's
01:25 PM on 06/05/13
Woah, used to see these guys 10 years ago for $5 in Santa Cruz on a monthly basis. Didn't know they were still around.
01:41 PM on 06/05/13
It's weird that LK released an album called End of Forever 5 years after Crowning Glory that never gets mentioned anywhere. They didn't even release it in the U.S. (it was put out on a German label) and they basically play none of the songs live, either (despite it being their best album by far). But their new stuff sounds great, too, and it's awesome to see they're actually going to be putting it out in the U.S. this time.
But yeah, I've seen them play in Sacramento and San Francisco and basically no one shows up to see them play. It's pretty sad. I still love the shit out of them and I'm glad they keep going.
03:02 PM on 06/05/13
and he cuts my hair from time to time. Hit up "Dragonfly" its a cool place.
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