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Seven Kingdoms Release Official Music Video For Track “Kingslayer”!

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SEVEN KINGDOMS
Release Official Music Video For Track “Kingslayer“!

This is not only for fans of Game Of Thrones! “Rebellion is coming, soon the gates will fall” state the lyrics of SEVEN KINGDOMS’ latest track & music video “Kingslayer“.

SEVEN KINGDOMS are blazing a wild passion through every millisecond of their monstrous music. Welcome Decennium, their furious 10th anniversary. Be sure: This fast’n’heavy thrash and power metal is always uptempo, fierce and epic. Songstress Sabrina Valentine sings with full force and her charismatic voice flirts insanely with heavy twin guitars.

See and hear it for yourself with the official music video premiere for “KingslayerHERE!

The band states:
“Kingslayer is a song about Jaime Lannister’s betrayal of his oath, which earned him that very nickname across the Seven Kingdoms. The Mad King was ready to blow up all of Kings Landing with stocks of wildfire hidden under the streets, rather than face defeat to Robert’s rebellion. Having already seen enough atrocities committed by the king, Jaime could not stand by any longer with the lives of the entire city at stake. He murdered the Mad King, the one his life was sworn to protect. Instead of becoming a hero, this betrayal would be how history remembered Jaime Lannister.”    

Decenium full track listing:
1.Stargazer
2. Undying
3. In The Walls
4. The Tale Of Deathface Ginny
5. Castles In The Snow
6. Kingslayer
7. The Faceless Hero
8. Neverending
9. Hollow
10. Awakened From Nothing
11. In The Walls (EP Master) (Bonus Track)
12. Undying (EP Master) (Bonus Track)
13. The Bloody Meadow (Re-Recording) (Bonus Track)
14. Stormborn (Re-Recording) (Bonus Track)

Decennium will be released via Napalm Records this Friday May 5th 2017! Get your copy HERE!

Don’t miss out the latest track releases here:
“Stargazer”
“Neverending”
“Castles In The Snow”

Soon SEVEN KINGDOMS will hit the road on full length North American tour with Evergrey, Need and Ascendia to support the new album Decennium. All dates can be found listed below:

5/6: Orlando, FL @ The Haven
5/7: Tampa, FL @ The Orpheum
5/8: New Orleans, LA @ Southport Hall
5/9: Houston, TX @ Scout Bar
5/10: Dallas, TX @ Gas Monkey
5/11: San Antonio, TX @ The Rock Box
5/13: Phoenix, AZ @ Joe’s Grotto
5/14: San Diego, CA @ Brick By Brick
5/15: Las Vegas, NV @ Adrenaline Bar
5/17: Los Angeles, CA @ The Viper Room
5/19: Portland, OR @ TBA
5/20: Seattle, WA @ Studio Seven
5/21: Vancouver, BC @ The Rickshaw Theater
5/22: Calgary, AB @ Dickens Pub
5/23: Regina, SK @ Exchange
5/25: Minneapolis, MN @ The Cabooze
5/26: Chicago, IL @ Reggie’s
5/27: Detroit, MI @ The Token Lounge
5/28: Toronto, ON @ Mod Club
5/30: Quebec City, QC @ L’Anti
5/31: Montreal, QC @ Foufounes Electrique
6/1: New York, NY @ The Marlin Room
6/3: Manchester, NH @ Jewel

SEVEN KINGDOMS Line-Up:
Sabrina Valentine – Vocals
Camden Cruz – Guitar
Kevin Byrd – Guitar
Keith Byrd – Drums
Aaron Sluss – Bass

For More Info Visit:
www.facebook.com/SevenKingdomsOfficial
www.facebook.com/napalmrecords
www.napalmrecords.com

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