Flint, Michigan’s KING 810 will return to the road this fall. The band has booked a handful of limited engagement live events, consisting of headline tour dates, along with several other appearances, including the Texas Revolution Fest. KING 810 will appear at Brooklyn’s Saint Vitus, with additional stops in Poughkeepsie, Philadelphia, and Dallas along the way. Fans and attendees can expect nothing less than a cathartic, emotionally violent, and sonically intense experience.
Tickets on sale now.
Watch the tour trailer for a taste of what to expect when KING 810 takes the stage.
The band’s new album LA PETITE MORT OR A CONVERSATION WITH GOD is out now.
LA PETITE MORT – translating to “The Little Death” —is an inspired, holistic body of work that marks a profound evolutionary leap for the restless and driven souls of KING 810. The title itself is a reference to the duel themes of the records: the real life violence and despair of Flint that builds the basis of frontman David Gunn’s narrative and secondly, the steady desensitization and terminal closing down of the human spirit experienced when confronted with those real life conditions. Entwined around that conceptual core is an omnipresent haze of dark sexuality and desperation that provides LA PETITE MORT with some of its most unnerving moments.
KING 810 LIMITED LIVE ENGAGEMENTS:
10/11 — Rochester, NY — Photo City (Supporting 36 Crazyfists)
10/12 — Brooklyn, NY — Saint Vitus
10/13 — Poughkeepsie, NY — The Loft
10/14 — Philadelphia, PA — Voltage Lounge
10/15 — Erie, PA — Basement Transmissions
10/25 — Springfield, MO — Outland Ballroom
10/26 — Dallas, TX — Gas Monkey Bar & Grill
10/27 — Oklahoma City, OK — 89th Street
10/28 — Austin, TX — Texas Revolution Fest
10/29 — Houston, TX — White Oak Music Hall Upstairs
11/1 — Valparaiso, IN — Big Shots Music Venue