Kerry King finally releases his solo debut album, “From Hell I Rise” via Reigning Phoenix Music, and unveils the project’s brand-new video “Toxic”, which has been co-directed by Jim Louvau and his partner Tony Aguilera.

Similar to King’s acclaimed “Residue” video, which was released last month, “Toxic” was shot at a downtown Phoenix studio and features a fiery, high energy, heavy assault of performance from King’s new band: Mark Osegueda (vocals), Phil Demmel (guitar), Kyle Sanders(bass) and drummer Paul Bostaph.

Jim Louvau admits: “We’re at a point where political fatigue has set in and become an issue for most people who live in our country no matter what side of the coin they land on. The lyrics and energy of the song showcase that sentiment, so I wanted to create something visually that almost feels like a trailer for what we are about to experience. I also wanted to address PTSD for people who have serviced in the military and how the increased political landscape affects their mental health which often goes unnoticed."

You can check out the video here:

Stream the album here: https://kerryking.rpmlink/toxic.

Buy/Listen to the album Now:

This month, the band performed their first live show, totally sold out, at Reggies in Chicago.  The concert was described as “dark, packed, and exceptionally loud,” everything you could ask for at such a landmark show as this one… a truly once-in-a-lifetime experience." In the days following, the band went from playing an intimate venue to performing at the huge US festivals Welcome to Rockville (FL) and Sonic Temple (OH), treating the audience to an incredible experience of pure metal firepower.

Now the band is ready to embark on a European tour that will start on June 3 – on Kerry King‘s birthday: “Can’t wait to be back in Europe, and I can’t think of a better way to celebrate my birthday. Let’s f*cking rage!”.

The tour will combine headline shows in the UK, The Netherlands, Germany, Italy, and Spain but also festival appearances such as Rock Am Ring, Hellfest, Tuska Festival, Download, Sweden Rock Festival & many more.


Due to logistical issues, the European tour will now conclude on 29th June. Refunds for the cancelled shows are available from the point of purchase.

03.06.2024 NL Tilburg - 013

04.06.2024 NL Enschede - Hertog Jan Zaal

06.06.2024 SE Sölvesborg - Sweden Rock Festival

07.06.2024 DE Nürburgring - Rock am Ring

08.06.2024 PL Gdańsk - Mystic Festival

09.06.2024 DE Nuremberg - Rock im Park

11.06.2024 DE Hamburg - Große Freiheit 36

12.06.2024 DE Berlin - Huxleys Neue Welt

13.06.2024 AT Nickelsdorf - Nova Rock

15.06.2024 CZ Hradec Králové, Rock For People

16.06.2024 UK Derby - Download Festival

18.06.2024 UK London – Electric Ballroom

20.06.2024 BE Dessel - Graspop Metal Meeting

21.06.2024 DK Copenhagen - Copenhell

22.06.2024 FI Nummijärvi, Nummirock Metal Festival

26.06.2024 ES Viveiro - Resurrection Fest

27.06.2024 FR Clisson - Hellfest

28.06.2024 FI Helsinki - Tuska

29.06.2024 PT Lisbon - Evil Live Festival, Altice Arena

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