WOLF KING News
WOLF KING SHARE BASS PLAYTHROUGH FOR 'THE OATH'Jun 3, 2021
WOLF KING have today released a bass playthrough of The Oath - taken from their recently released album, The Path of Wrath. The playthrough is a bittersweet parting gift to fans from the band's long term bassist Brian Mojica, as he has recently taken the decision to step away from WOLF KING. The Path of Wrath is out now via Prosthetic Records.
WOLF KING RELEASE NEW SINGLE, HOLY SERPENT, STREAMING NOWFeb 12, 2021
WOLF KING have today released the third single, Holy Serpent, taken from their upcoming album, The Path of Wrath. Marking their return late last year, the Bay Area four-piece's blend of blackened metal and punk attitude is as potent as ever on their latest single. Accompanying the single is a live in-studio performance video, shot at Rapture Studio in Hayward, CA, where the band spent time recording The Path of Wrath with Cody Fuentes.
WOLF KING RELEASE NEW SINGLE, WANDERING SOUL, STREAMING NOWJan 15, 2021
WOLF KING are today premiering the second single, Wandering Soul, taken from their upcoming album, The Path of Wrath, via Invisible Oranges. Having announced their return in late 2020, the Bay Area quartet’s latest single solidifies WOLF KING’s stellar reputation as prime purveyors of blackened heavy metal. Accompanied with a dread inducing and horror-inspired black and white video from Chariot Of The Black Moth, Wandering Soul is available to stream on Spotify, Apple Music and Bandcamp.
WOLF KING ANNOUNCE NEW ALBUM; SINGLE STREAMING NOWNov 20, 2020
WOLF KING are back with a new album, titled The Path of Wrath. The follow up to their blistering 2018 release, Loyal To The Soil, confirms the Bay Area blackened heavy metal band have lost none of their bite. The Path of Wrath is a well crafted twelve track opus, set for release via Prosthetic Records on March 5, 2021. The band have today released the album's lead single, Sanctuary, on streaming services as well as premiering an accompanying music video via Decibel Magazine. Filmed by Vance Valenzuela during their March, 2020 tour with Vale of Pnath.