May 5 — Kings X is back in the headlines for the first time in a while.
The band announced Thursday, it has signed a new record deal with InsideOut Music. The deal will see the band release its new album this fall. The as yet untitled album will be the band’s 13th record.
The band shared its thoughts on the new developments, beginning with bassist/vocalist dUg Pinnick.
“I feel like it’s been forever since we put out a new album, and I’m ready for the world to hear our latest offering, hopefully there’s a little bit of everything that you love about Kings X, three sides of one is the best way to describe it,” Pinnick said. “The groove is with us!”
Drummer Jerry Gaskill was enthusiastic not only about the new album, but the band’s new record deal, too.
“It’s really gonna happen!,” Gaskill said. “The new record is coming out soon. I’m happy to be working with the team at InsideOut/Sony Music. I’m happy with the record. I’m happy everybody gets to hear it. It’s a happy day. Or at least that’s what I’m telling myself. Hope you enjoy it!!!”
Gutiarist Ty Tabor, who released his latest solo album, Shades in March through Rat Pak Records, also commented on the band’s new record deal.
“I have a long standing relationship with InsideOut and am so pleased that InsideOut/Sony is releasing the new King’s X album,” said Tabor.
InsideOut Music head Thomas Waber echoed Tabor’s statement.
“We have known the guys since forever and have been fans even before then,” he said. “We are really looking forward to adding another album to their impressive legacy. Working on a King’s X album is always a highlight and an honour!”
In other news, King’s X has announced a new series of live dates this summer and fall in Europe, the United Kingdom, and North America in support of the new album. The tour’s schedule is noted below.
Europe & UK
1st September – Backstage Halle, Munich, Germany
2nd September – Veruno Musica Festival, Veruno, Italy
3rd September – Old Capitol, Langenthal, Switzerland
6th September – Hirsch, Nürnberg, Germany
7th September – Colos-Saal – Aschaffenburg, Germany
9th September – Boerderij, Zoetermeer, Netherlands
10th September – Fabrik, Hamburg, Germany
12th September – Spirit of 66, Verviers, Belgium
13th September – Kantine, Cologne, Germany
14th September – Le Forum, Vaureal (Paris), France
16th September – The Brook, Southampton, UK
17th September – Picturedrome, Holmfirth, UK
18th September – Wylam Brewery, Newcastle, UK
20th September – Garage, Glasgow, UK
22nd September – Rescue Rooms, Nottingham, UK
23rd September – Junction, Cambridge, UK
24th September – KK’s Steel Mill, Wolverhampton, UK
26th September – Islington Assembly Hall, London, UK
27th September – Academy 2, Manchester, UK
28th September – Tramshed, Cardiff, UK
30th September – Biebob, Vosselaar, Belgium
1st October – Hypothalamus, Rheine, Germany
28th July – Gramercy Theatre, NYC, NY, USA
29th July – Sellersville Theatre, Sellersville, PA, USA
30th July – Spyglass Ridge Winery, Sunbury, PA, USA
19th October – Amos’ Southend, Charlotte, NC, USA
20th October – The Concourse, Knoxville, TN, USA
21st October – The Forum, Hazard, KY, USA
23rd October – Brooklyn Bowl, Nashville, TN, USA
25th October – The Howlin’ Wolf, New Orleans, LA, USA
27th October – Come and Take It Live, Austin, TX, USA
28th October – Trees, Dallas, TX, USA
29th October – Warehouse Live, Houston, TX, USA
More information on King’s X’s new record deal and album is available along with all of the band’s latest news at: