Tag: fit for a king

July 17, 2021

June 27, 2021

January 27, 2021

Metalcore Collab: Our Eternity - Bloodstained

Fit For A King vocalist Ryan Kirby (band whom is on my bucket list to see live) & Currents guitarist Chris Wiseman (whom I have seen live last year) have teamed up for this new band Our Eternity. Starting with a keyboard intro then crescendoing into almost a black metal scream before erupting into a metalcore verse complete with clean & unclean vocals is how this barnburner rolls.… Continued →

December 31, 2020

Best of 2020: Rob Jensen

I was going to write a little intro to this list of mine, but in the end I figured I’d just let it speak for itself. Alot of great music dropped despite all the year brought us and these are my top 20. Let me know what you think!     20.… Continued →

September 18, 2020

September 8, 2020

Fit For A King Virtual Release Show, Thurs 9/10

Fit For A King has recorded a live set at the Masquerade in Atlanta, GA that they say is essentially the same set they would have been performing live had current events made touring impossible. The set will streamed free on Twitch Thursday, 9/10 and will be a release show of sorts for the new album, “The Path”, due out a week from Friday.… Continued →

August 7, 2020

July 7, 2020

June 10, 2020

March 12, 2020

Off Road Minivan to Release New Album This Year

Off Road Minivan released a little teaser a few weeks back about their upcoming album they are currently recording. The album will release this year on Tooth & Nail Records. Watch the teaser via instagram, below. This is a side project of Fit For a King (clean) singer/bassist Ryan O’Leary. The band last released “Spiral Gaze” (EP) in 2018.… Continued →

February 11, 2020

November 15, 2019

May 22, 2019

May 10, 2019

Fit For A King Announce Summer Tour

Fit For A King have announced a headlining Summer tour with Norma Jean, Currents, and Left Behind. The tour kicks off in CO on 7/17 and mostly sticks to the midwest, although there are a few east coast and Canada dates. See the band’s Facebook post below.… Continued →

January 6, 2019

Best of 2018: Rob Jensen

2018 had a number of great albums, all of which I couldn’t list here, but after careful consideration, these are my top 20, none of which are listed lightly. See which ones you’d have picked out and maybe find some new music to check out. And please remember, if you do end up finding something new, please support the artist by picking up some of their music!… Continued →

September 19, 2018

REVIEW : Fit For A King - Dark Skies

Over the last 5 years, there hasn’t been many bands in the metal scene to remain as active as the growing juggernaut that is Fit For A King. With this fifth release, the band brings all of their strengths to the front and showcase their heaviest work yet. As is the case with every album the band has put out since signing with Solid State Records, the record boasts of a crisp and clean production that is sought for by many, but in one way or another, too few achieve.… Continued →

July 29, 2018

July 18, 2018

November 6, 2017

September 28, 2017

June 16, 2017

February 15, 2017

January 10, 2017

January 3, 2017

The Best of 2016: Rob Jensen

In 2016, I saw my tastes in music grow a bit more. This would account for why you’ll see some albums make an appearance on this list that, if you know me, you wouldn’t normally expect to see here. Overall, I thought it was a pretty good year for music, but a number of times some of the albums I was most excited about lost something after numerous listen throughs.… Continued →

January 2, 2017

December 6, 2016

November 23, 2016

October 23, 2014

REVIEW : Fit For A King - Slave to Nothing

The band have recently released “Slave to Nothing”, the successor to record breaking “Creation/Destruction”. Can this album gain the band even more popularity, or will it kill all the momentum the band worked their tails off to gain?

June 19, 2014

REVIEW : Those Who Fear - Death Sentence

Those Who Fear's newest album is about as subtle as a sledgehammer blow to the skull. Following last year's brutal "Unholy Anger," "Death Sentence" is an even more lyrically aggressive follow up. Check out the full review here.