KING'S X Music Featured In Upcoming Movie

June 24, 2004

The KING'S X track "Static", off their "Manic Moonlight" release (2001),appears on the trailer (and in the flick) for the movie "GhostWatcher" (web site). The movie is slated to be released by Artisan/Lion's Gate in October. The trailer should hit world theaters in August.

In other news, KING'S X are planning on doing some recording this summer with veteran hard rock/metal producer Michael Wagener (WARRANT, SKID ROW, ACCEPT, HAMMERFALL). "We're gonna try out a few songs with him that could or maybe not end up on our next studio record," stated guitarist Ty Tabor. A live album, recorded at various shows on the band's current North American tour, is expected in October. The double-CD affair is set to include all of the group's classics as well as an acoustic portion featuring songs rarely performed by the band.

Upcoming KING'S X shows:

Sep. 25 - Birmingham, AL @ The Nick
Sep. 27 - Nashville, TN @ The Exit/In
Sep. 28 - Atlanta, GA @ Smith's Olde Bar
Sep. 30 - Raleigh, NC @ The Brewery
Oct. 01 - Charlotte, NC @ Amos' Southend
Oct. 02 - Springfield, VA @ Jaxx
Oct. 03 - Farmingdale, NY @ The Downtown
Oct. 05 - Hartford, CT @ The Webster Theatre / Underground
Oct. 06 - New York, NY @ B.B. King's Blues Club
Oct. 21 - San Francisco, CA @ The DNA Lounge
Oct. 22 - Santa Ana, CA @ The Galaxy Theatre
Oct. 23 - Phoenix, AZ @ The Mason Jar
Oct. 24 - West Hollywood, CA @ The Key Club

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