Palace Of The King Get Right With Your Maker CD
Get Right With Your Maker is Palace of the King’s 3 rd full length
album and 5 th release overall, including the 2 EP’s released in
2013, but it’s much more than that.
This album is their coming of age.
POTK tour constantly averaging 100 shows a year.
headlined 3 tours of Europe spending 4 – 8 weeks on the road
there every year since 2015.
They’ve supported Airbourne in
the U.K and France in front of thousands of rabid rock fans,
played the USA twice in 2016 and 2017, headlined the Black
Woodstock festival in New Caledonia and circled Australia
dozens of times in a tour van.
They tour more than any of
their peers because even though they are a fully fledged new
millennium rock band, they also believe in the old school work
ethic of the old school rock bands.
Get Right With Your Maker was recorded in multiple sessions
around touring commitments just like Led Zep or Sabbath did
at their peak and they’re really proud of the results.
that way enabled the band to be captured firing on all
cylinders as a tight live unit.
They would go on tour with The Angels and then head to the
studio on a week off to set up and record. Then they’d be back
on the road with Baby Animals and The Screaming jets for a
month returning to the studio as soon as that tour ended.
They worked that way throughout the recording process
between shows with Airbourne, Georgia satellites, Endless
Boogie, Strand Of Oaks, Nick Oliveri, Dallas Crane, Crobot,
Tracer, Cosmic Psychos, Tea Party etc and on it went, working
around headline tours also.
Life on the road has become part of the DNA of the record
lyrically and musically. When they actually got into the studio
to record, they set up and played live with Tim Henwood
engineering and playing guitar in the control room with the
rest of the guys in the live room all rocking together loud and
proud, allowing them to capture the raw energy that can’t be
created any other way.
With everything tracked and carved in stone the polishing was
done with mixing duties shared between Machine
(Clutch/Crobot) at The Machine Shop in Texas and Liam
Jenkins at Somedays Studios in NYC.
If you’ve never heard a Palace Of The King record before
there’s no better place to get on board than right here with
Get Right With Your Maker.
Title: Get Right With Your Maker
Release Date: 23 Mar 2018
Artist: Palace Of The King
Catalogue No: GOLDRR029