Sullivan King’s Latest Release, “Thrones of Blood” Marks His Boldest and Most Ambitious Album Yet
Prepare yourself for a sonic assault, as Sullivan King drops his most ambitious album to date, Thrones of Blood. This rock-influenced masterpiece is a collaboration of epic proportions.
The album features previously released singles that have already made a massive impact on the scene, such as “The Dead March” with Ray Volpe, “Fall Apart” with Excision, and the highly anticipated “Pursuit of Violence” with SVDDEN DEATH. But the album doesn’t stop there; it also includes new tracks like “Die By My Hand” with Vastive feat. Taylor Barber of Left To Suffer, “Riot” with Kai Wachi, and much more.
One surprising highlight of the album is the inclusion of a sample of The Rock’s famous line, “Shut up, bitch!” towards the end of “End of Us.” It’s just one of the many nods to the past of metal and rock that you’ll find throughout the album, alongside plenty of influences from contemporary artists, even outside of the explicit collaborations.
Thrones of Blood is a relentless assault on the senses, showcasing Sullivan King’s unbridled creativity and musicianship. It’s a testament to his ability to push the boundaries of heavy music and carve out his unique niche in the scene. So crank up the volume and get ready to be blown away by Sullivan King’s Thrones of Blood. This is one album that you won’t want to miss.
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