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KING NINE: Death Rattle LP By New York Hardcore Act Out Now Through Closed Casket Activities And Streaming In Its Entirety

[photo by Rebecca Lader]
KING NINE: Death Rattle LP By New York Hardcore Act Out Now Through Closed Casket Activities And Streaming In Its Entirety
Closed Casket Activities presents Death Rattle, the decimating new LP by Long Island hardcore outfit KING NINE. Produced and engineered by Arthur Rizk (Cavalera Conspiracy, Power Trip, Inquisition) and finished with artwork by Sam Octigan, KING NINE‘s Death Rattle delivers eleven metallic hardcore tracks powered by raw aggression. The album is out now and streaming on all digital platforms.
KING NINE comes back hard with Death Rattle, a brutalizing, groove-laden album which treads in the image of classic brutal NYHC outfits through a modern lens. With stomping breakdowns intermingled in the calculated, mid-paced drive, Death Rattle is indisputably the deadliest output fromKING NINE to date. Fans of Bulldoze, Sheer Terror, Merauder, Closed Casket cohorts Incendiary, Judiciary, Criminal Instinct, and other straightforward, streetwise hardcore are advised to seek outDeath Rattle.
Stream KING NINE’s brutal Death Rattle LP in its entirety via Bandcamp HERE, Spotify HERE, YouTube HERE, iTunes HERE, and through all other digital media outlets.
Death Rattle is out now through Closed Casket Activities on CD, LP, and all digital platforms, the CD in a deluxe six-panel digipak, and the LP on 160-gram vinyl cut at 45RPM housed in a 350gsm semi-gloss gatefold jacket with a 200gsm printed inner sleeve with a download card, with runs of 250 copies on orange/blue mix (US store exclusive), 250 on oxblood/bone split (European store exclusive), 400 on piss splatter, and 400 on purple with metallic cold splatter. Preorders are available HERE.
Celebrating the album’s street date, KING NINEhas booked a double-release show with Regulate on November 24th, a brutal hardcore gig with Death Threat, Billy Club Sandwich, Hangman, and Rule Them All on the bill. KING NINE has also booked a show in Richmond on December 22nd with Down To Nothing, Red Vision, Park Sparrows, and Flatline, and the band will also make their return to FYA Fest in Tampa Bay on January 5th. Watch for additional shows to be announced into the winter months.
KING NINE Live:
11/24/2018 Amityville Music Hall – Amityville, NY *release show w/ Regulate, Death Threat, Billy Club Sandwich, Hangman, Rule Them All [info]
12/22/2018 The Broadberry – Richmond, VA w/ Down To Nothing, Red Vision, Park Sparrows, Flatline
1/05/2019 FYA Fest – Tampa Bay, FL
KING NINE‘s debut album Scared To Death was released on CD and LP 2014 through Mass Movement Records, which was followed by their The Art Of War 7″ single which came out in 2016 via Closed Casket Activities. The band has Toured the US and Europe with acts such as Code Orange, Terror, God’s Hate, Trapped Under Ice, and Criminal Instinct, and has performed at notable festivals including This Is Hardcore, United Blood Fest, Sound And Fury Fest, Black N Blue Bowl, New England Metal Fest, FYA Fest, and more.
“Anyone with a penchant for fast, groovy hardcore will find it hard not to move to ‘Gift of Life,’ which is sure to be one of the most mosh-worthy songs you hear this week.” – Decibel Magazine
 
KING NINE has come a long way from their demo – musically and conceptually – and Death Rattle is a testament of the growth. It’s an album that’s as impressive as it is satisfying.” – No Echo
 
“King Nine have been sporting their insatiable “anti-human” mantra on their merchandise for several years, as their fan base anticipated the followup to their 2013 breakthrough, Scared To Death. On Death Rattle, the band demonstrate a hardened maturity and serving of perpetual reality checks over crushing, straightforward New York hardcore.” – Exclaim! Magazine
“Musically, King Nine take the listener in a generally hardcore direction, but their sound has a thickness to it that makes it refreshing. There’s a thrill that pervades the listener’s experience; the band doesn’t just leave them hanging and grasping for something to latch onto. They blend an apparent place in hardcore style with their own personal and well-polished blend of directions and influences, and the result jumps out and demands attention. 5/5” – New Noise Magazine
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