The King Is Blind, featuring former members of Cradle of Filth, Entwined and Extreme Noise Terror, will release their debut EP, The Deficiencies Of Man, via Mordgrimm in August. Additionally, the band announced that a lyric video for the track “A Thousand Burning Temples” is currently in production by Sam Scott-Hunter (Motörhead, Bring Me The Horizon).
In addition to two shows – one in Cambridge in July and one in Colchester in August – the band is scheduled to perform at the ever-growing UK metal fest, Bloodstock Festival at the Sophie Lancaster stage.
Our own, Danuel, said about the band’s demo release Bleeding the Ascension: “vividly dense, technically varied and qualified in brutality“. Additionally, Jack Fryer commented after seeing them at their first ever gig: “Drawing comparisons to Celtic Frost with their live presence and power, the band look set to dominate the British Metal scene“.
Listen to our interview with the band here.
Upcoming The King Is Blind live shows (UK):
9 July – Portland Arms, Cambridge (supporting Felix Martin)
7 August – Arts Centre, Colchester (EP release show supporting Fen)
9 August – Bloodstock 2014, Sophie Lancaster stage