Palace Of The King Release Live Deal With The Devil VIDEO
Palace of the King

Palace of the King

Palace Of The King Release Live Deal With The Devil VIDEO

by Paul Cashmere on October 15, 2014

in Live,New Music,News

Melbourne hard rock band Palace of the King have released a new video for ‘Deal With The Devil’ filmed at iconic St Kilda venue The Espy.

Palace of the King is fronted by Tim Henwood (The Superjesus, Rogue Traders) with Leigh Maden on lead guitar, Matthew Harrison on rhythm guitar, Andrew Gilpin on bass guitar, Anthony Troiano on drums and Sean Johnson on keys.

‘Deal With The Devil’ has a James Gang guitar sound feel to it. The song was written by Henwood, Maden and Harrison.

The video was filmed by the All Day Pictures teams, Tim Smith, Andrew Dorn, Steve Fleming and Josh Littlefield and recorded by Ben Coe.

Palace of the King will launch their new song ‘No Chance In Hell’ on November 7 at Ding Dong in Melbourne.

The band will release a single a month on the first of every month starting with ‘No Chance In Hell’ on November 1 in a lead-up to the debut album scheduled for April 10, 2015.

Palace of the King dates

1st November 2014 – Single 1 ‘No Chance In Hell’
1st December 2014 – Single 2
1st January 2015 – Single 3
1st February 2015 – Single 4
1st March 2015 – Single 5
10 April 2015 – Debut Album

‘No Chance In Hell’ Launch

Friday 7th November – Ding Dong Lounge – Melbourne VIC
w/ Fuck The Fitzroy Doom Scene & Darcee Fox

2nd Single Launch

Saturday 6th December – Cherry Bar – Melbourne VIC
w/ White Summer & Legs Electric

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