Roadrunner Records group, KING 810, have released an official music video for “Carve My Name” taken from their debut LP MEMOIRS OF A MURDERER. The video, which is streaming now on KING 810’s official YouTube Channel, is a collection of artwork and photographs from the band’s dedicated fan base known as The Family. The clip serves as a photobook to look back on as both the band and the community that surrounds them grow over the years. MEMOIRS OF A MURDERER is available at KING 810’s webstore and at all DSPs.
Earlier this year KING 810 entered the studio to begin work on their follow-up LP to MEMOIRS OF A MURDERER and took action as a pillar of the Flint, MI community with the release of new music taking aim at the water crisis devastating their hometown. This past year the band released two new tracks: “We Gotta Help Ourselves,” a poignant track supported by a partnership with local Flint outlet Savage Village who created a unique T-shirt design available HERE and “crow’s feet,” which was featured on Not Safe To Drink: Music For Flint Water Crisis Relief, a charity compilation which is available HERE. All proceeds from both the T-shirt design and compilation will be donated to The Community Foundation of Greater Flint’s ‘Flint Child Health & Development Fund.’ For more information on the Community Foundation of Greater Flint and the ‘Flint Child Health & Development Fund’ go to www.flintkids.org.