HAMMER KING releases music video for “King Of Kings”


Last summer, royal metal powerhouse Hammer King launched a hammer blow with their Napalm Records debut album, Hammer King. Now the Kings of Kaiserslautern, Germany return once again with their new music video “King Of Kings”, taken from the band’s latest self-titled album.

The band says: “Hammerous Folks! For ‘King Of Kings’, we gave carte blanche to our dear friend Ingo Spörl to create one last video for Hammer King. So this is the final chapter of this album – and we’re sure about to start a new chapter in the next few weeks. Stay tuned! Royal gratitude to each and every one of you for making Hammer King the success it has been! God bless the king, may the king bless all.

Watch the official music video for “King Of Kings”:

Hammer King keeps it heavy with fast riffs, energetic grooves and punchy choruses, dedicating their existence to the one and only mythos of the divine Hammer King. The new self-titled album begins with explosive drums and lively guitars on “Awaken The Thunder”, with leader and guitarist Titan Fox V showing off his incredible vocal range, while tracks like “Atlantis” prove Hammer King’s ability to write. catchy and memorable backing vocals. Hammer King recounts the lore of the Hammer King himself, a wrathful and powerful god of war, who is praised in tracks like the anthem “Baptized By The Hammer”, energetic and contrabassy “In The Name Of The Hammer” and the hard-hitting “Hammerschlag”. Kneel before the king of kings, the Hammer King!

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List of Hammer King tracks:

“Awaken the Thunder”
“Baptized by the Hammer”
“Forward to Victory”
“Atlantis” (epilogue)
“We are the kingdom”
“In the Storm”
“Ashes to Ashes”
“In the Name of the Hammer”
“Kings of Kings”
“Holy” (Outro)
“Hammerschlag” (HK version) Bonus Track (physical only)

Video “Ashes To Ashes”:

Video “Awaken the thunder”:

Video “Atlantis” (Epilogue):

“Hammerschlag” lyric video:

Hammer King are:

Titan Fox V – vocals/guitar
Gino Wilde – guitar
Gladius Thundersword – bass
Dolph Aidan Macallan – drums

(Photo – Thommy S. Mardo)


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