Chicago, Illinois heavy metal band SCREAMKING have announced four new July / August summer shows throughout Illinois, Wisconsin and Michigan. In addition, the band has added 3 new band members to their line-up.
ScreamKing vocalist Joe Lawson has checked in with the following comment:
We would like to welcome guitarist Bob Hale, bassist John Michael Seyring and drummer Tom Cox to the ScreamKing ranks. These 3 guys will bring their A game to the band along with myself and guitarist Rafael Hernandez and all of us will be slamming it out on the road in support of the “Tyranny of the Sea” album tour dates.
“Tyranny of the Sea” US tour dates.
July 22 – Festival of the Witch 2- Krew Rock Lounge, Berwyn, Illinois
July 29 – Club Garibaldis, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Aug. 5 – Penny Road Pub, Barrington Hills, Illinois
Aug. 26 – The Token Lounge, Westland, Michigan
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SCREAMKING, the Chicago, Illinois based heavy metal band made it’s debut performance on October 23rd 2011 opening for Canadian Metal Legends Anvil at Club Landing in South Bend, Indiana.
Throughout 2012, the band spent the year writing material for their first undertaking and entered Divine Underground Studios to record and produce their first full length album titled “Evilibrium”. The band also released their first official music video for the song “Deathwitch”.
After the release of “Evilibrium”, ScreamKing shared the stage with hard hitting and legendary Metal acts such as Anvil, Raven, DSG (David Shankle Group), Metal Church and Helstar to name a few.
After spending 2016 writing and recording the follow up to “Evilibrium”, ScreamKing once again entered Divine Underground Studios to record their 2nd album.
ScreamKing has now released their second full length hard hitting album titled: “Tyranny of the Sea”, which is expected to see the band making huge waves throughout the metal world with both media and fans of loud and potent music.
Once again produced and mixed by Rafael Hernandez and Joe Lawson, the album was mastered by Jon Scrip of Massive Mastering and features artwork from Chicago legendary artist Drake Mefestta.