Connect with us

Hi, what are you looking for?

New Music

KINGS DESTROY's New Song "Fantasma Nera" Is Sun-Baked Riffs For Days

Or Black Ghost, if you don't speak Italian.

KINGS DESTROY IMG_7904 credit Justin Borucki
Photo by Justin Borucki

Kings Destroy might be from New York, but they've got a serious desert-baked stoner rock vibe going on. Kings Destroy will release their new record Fantasma Nera on March 8, and we're proud to premiere the title track from the record today. With big chorus hooks, chunky riffs and slick leads, Kings Destroy is going to make you slow-bang your head all day long as "Fantasma Nera" never quite leaves your brain.

Advertisement. Scroll to continue reading.

Here's what guitarist Carl Porcaro had to say about the record's title.

While touring in Italy with Rosetta a few years ago, one of the band members earned the nickname “Fantasma Nera,” Italian for “Black Ghost.” The term eventually found its way into this song as metaphor for the darkest part of human nature and the struggle to accept and embrace it.

Fantasma Nera was produced by David Bottrill (Tool, King Crimson, Stone Sour) and will be released by Svart Records.

Show Comments / Reactions

You May Also Like

Live Footage

Check out Max Volume Silence, video by Frank Huang.Advertisement. Scroll to continue reading.

Reviews

Fantasma Nera may be Kings Destroy’s best effort to date, as each entry offers its own mesmerizing features (be they catchy vocal passages, gripping...

Weekly Injection

This edition includes some keyboard wizardry, some guitar wizardry, probably some wizard wizardry, and more! To the metals...

Live Footage

Support Max Volume Silence Live on Patreon! Video by Frank Huang.Advertisement. Scroll to continue reading.

Advertisement