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steveo19

kirk windstein and jamey jasta have done it again. Always been a massive fan of kirks work, crowbar, down and now kingdom of sorrow. KOS first album was pretty awesome stuff, really heavy and crushing riffs, epic songwriting and lyrics, but behind the blackest tears completely blows it out of the water, each song as good as the next. Gods law in the devils land, Monuments of ash,(oh my god that insane riff ), The death we owe, and the epic, From heroes to dust are some of the heaviest, most amazing songs I have heard in all my 27 years of listening to metal, (started when I was 12). If you love metal then you gotta get this album, easily one of the best albums of the decade.

Biography

Formed: New Orleans, LA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Another side project from Crowbar's Kirk Windstein and Hatebreed's James Jasta, Kingdom of Sorrow was formed in 2005, when the two found they had a desire to pay homage to some of the heavier legends in the genre, and add their own individual stamp to the style. Working with producer Zeuss, the band completed their first album, Kingdom of Sorrow in 2007, and it was slated for release in February of 2008 by Relapse. Windstein and Jasta then assembled a band to take the Kingdom on tour, roping in Steve...
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