KINGDOM OF SORROW Releases TuneWidget With Exclusive MOTÖRHEAD Cover

KINGDOM OF SORROW has released a ReverbNation TuneWidget featuring an exclusive cover of MOTÖRHEAD's "No Class" as well as a free download of "Lead Into Demise". The widget also includes the tracks "Begging For The Truth" and "Buried In Black" from the band's self-titled debut album.

KINGDOM OF SORROW has kicked off a string of headlining dates on its way to meet up with GWAR and Relapse labelmates TOXIC HOLOCAUST for a massive 12-week North American tour. This trek will take the band to over 70 cities all across Canada and the U.S.

As previously announced, KINGDOM OF SORROW will be joined by TYPE O NEGATIVE guitarist Kenny Hickey for a portion of the tour dates while KINGDOM OF SORROW's Kirk Windstein tours with DOWN.


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