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Kingdom Of Sorrow’s Heroes To Dust Available On Relapse 6/8/10

KINGDOM OF SORROW: Debut “Heroes To Dust”

KINGDOM OF SORROW has debuted the third preview track, “Heroes To Dust”, from their highly-anticipated new album Behind The Blackest Tears. “Heroes To Dust” can be heard online now via the KINGDOM OF SORROW MySpace page: MySpace.com/KingdomOfSorrow along with “Enlightened To Extinction” and “God’s Law In The Devil’s Land”. Behind The Blackest Tears will be released on June 8th and is available for pre-order at this location.

KINGDOM OF SORROW recently posted more video footage of Jamey Jasta and Kirk Windstein in the studio working on Behind The Blackest Tears at this location. Behind The Blackest Tears was recorded at Dexters Lab Recordings (Milford, CT) with engineer Nick Bellmore and mixed and mastered by Zeuss at Planet Z Recordings (Hadley, MA).

KINGDOM OF SORROW will be touring this summer as part of Ozzfest 2010.  The band will be appearing on the second stage during this long-running, traveling US festival. A listing of tour dates and cities can be found below with the complete festival line-up available at Ozzfest.com.

Updated KINGDOM OF SORROW news / tour information will be made available via the Relapse Records website: www.RELAPSE.com.

KINGDOM OF SORROW Tour Dates: Touring as part of Ozzfest 2010

August 17   Tinley Park, IL               First Midwest Bank Amphitheater
August 19   Burgettstown, PA           First Niagara Pavilion
August 21   Hartford, CT                   Comcast Theater
August 22   Camden, NJ                  Susquehanna Bank Center
August 24   Mansfield, MA               Comcast Center

“a bona fide speaker-shredding affair, a slamming hardcore-metal celebration” 4 ½ Stars – Revolver

“Heavier than fuck, this is a full force, decimating record” 4K – Kerrang!

“Windstein’s riffs alone feel like they’re three-years fossilized, slowly crushed under felled trees, dead things and mountains until they’re hard as diamonds” – Decibel

“Kingdom of Sorrow’s debut is one big, mean, heavy mother.” – Exclaim Magazine

“a great record.” 9/10 – Outburn              

“so heavy it’s gonna have to pressed on plutonium!” 4/5 Stars – Total Guitar

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