With their third album in four years, Kings Destroy leave their hardcore-born stamp on noise rock and doom. After sharing stages with Pentagram, Winter, Saint Vitus, Church of Misery, Pallbearer, Vista Chino, Orange Goblin, Trouble, Acid King, C.O.C. – and many more – the Brooklyn five-piece stand tall with their defining statement.
“…swivels through stoner rock and doom metal, adding touches of thrash, grunge, and even arena-sized ’80s excess to balance the low, slow heft.” – Pitchfork
“…fueled mainly by Sabbath’s grooves, Sleep’s foggy haze, and Yob’s oppressive thunder.” — Village Voice
“…their sound is utterly separate from what one might classify it genre-wise, and the weirder they go… the more righteous they become.” – The Obelisk
“…a literal who’s-who of the New York underground stoner doom scene.” — Decibel
“Truly, there is not a weak moment herein…” – The Sleeping Shaman