FIT FOR A KING: 'The Price Of Agony' Video

FIT FOR A KING: 'The Price Of Agony' Video

Dallas metalcore band FIT FOR A KING has released the official music video for the song "The Price Of Agony". The track is the second single off the group's forthcoming full-length album "Dark Skies", which is set for release on September 14 via Solid State Records.

"The song is about the political divide not just in America, but around the world," states vocalist Ryan Kirby about "The Price Of Agony". "And how this divide has caused us to not just disagree with others, but to despise people with differing views, even though outside of politics, we all have more in common than we allow ourselves to believe."

"Dark Skies" was recorded, produced, and mixed by Drew Fulk (I PREVAIL, MOTIONLESS IN WHITE, MEMPHIS MAY FIRE). The album is available for physical pre-orders now and will be available for digital pre-order starting on July 13.

The four-piece will be hitting the road for their 2018 North American summer headline tour in support of the forthcoming release. The massive tour will kick off in Austin, Texas on July 18 and will wrap in Jacksonville, Florida on August 14. LIKE MOTHS TO FLAMES will be direct support to FIT FOR A KING, with CURRENTS opening the show.

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FIT FOR A KING was built with bootstrap ethics and do-it-yourself vigor. On the strength of self-released material, the group joined Solid State for a string of successful albums that connected with the downtrodden and dispossessed. "Creation/Destruction" (2013) debuted at No. 6 on the Hard Rock chart. "Slave To Nothing" (2014) cracked the Top 50 of Billboard's Top Current Albums. "Deathgrip" (2016) climbed to No. 5 among Hard Rock Albums.

FIT FOR A KING is Ryan Kirby (vocals), Bobby Lynge (guitar), Jared Easterling (drums), and Ryan "Tuck" O'Leary (bass/vocals).

"Dark Skies" track listing:

01. Engraved
02. Price Of Agony
03. Backbreaker
04. Anthem Of The Defeated
05. When Everything Means Nothing
06. Youth | Division
07. Shattered Glass
08. Tower Of Pain
09. Debts Of The Soul
10. Oblivion

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