Tiamat and Eclipse members launch classic heavy metal band Knights of the Realm


Swedish metallurgists KNIGHTS OF THE KINGDOM, who figure in their ranks TIAMAT drummer Lars Sköld, will release their self-titled debut album on November 12.

KNIGHTS OF THE KINGDOM is many years of heavy metal experience combined into a pure and vicious heavy metal machine. Sköld (a.k.a Shield Larry “The Hammer”) toured the world and recorded with a legendary band TIAMAT from as far back as he can remember, and is without a doubt the backbone of the band. Magnus “Megalomangan” Henriksson made history with his group ECLIPSE since the late 1990s and is a true guitar hero who is both capable of making heavy riffs and delivering wonderful melodies. Marcus von Boisman (Average machine) has been working in the shadow of metal for many years and has performed with Swedish bands WINDUPDEADS and STORM.

Love for classic heavy metal is the driving force behind KNIGHTS OF THE KINGDOM. The goal from the start was to write heavy metal hits that should or could have been on the albums they grew up listening to. When the songwriting process started, it was like opening Pandora’s Box. The general feeling was that these songs were calling to be written and performed, and the collective ideas, dreams and experiences of the band melted into something new, something that can hopefully attract a new generation of rockers. in this metal club that we all love.

The first taste of KNIGHTS OF THE KINGDOMmusic by, in the form of the music video for the band’s first single “Fields of Fire”, is available below.

“Knights of the Kingdom” will be released on CD, LP and digital.

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