Fit For A King To Re-Issue "Descendants" Album With Bonus Track
2013 has been a big year for Tyler, TX metallers Fit For A King. The band released Solid State Records debut "Creation/Destruction" in March, and only 8 months later the group has another treat for longtime fans: a completely re-recorded version of 2011’s "Descendants" - the very release that caused Solid State to take notice of the band in the first place.
“When we tracked Descendants originally we were a local band with an extremely limited budget and the songs just didn't turn out exactly how we wanted them to,” says vocalist Ryan Kirby. “So with this re-release we set out, with the help of Solid State, to completely re-do Descendants, exactly the way we envisioned it. For old fans we believe the adjustments we made and the production quality will make it like a new release. For new listeners it will help them hear the progression we made from Descendants to Creation/Destruction. Plus adding a new song to the mix never hurts!”
The completely overhauled release features guest appearances by Memphis May Fire's Matty Mullins and Ivoryline's Jeremy Gray but, along with a brand-new track entitled “Keep Me Alive.”
Pre-orders for the impending re-release can be found at the Solid State Records website here.
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