Former VAINGLORY Singer Putting Finishing Touches On SCREAMING KINGS Debut

SCREAMING KINGS, the Cincinnati, Ohio-based band featuring former VAINGLORY vocalist Ted Brasier, is currently recording the final tracks for its long-awaited debut CD. The album is being recorded at Audioasis studios in Cincinnati by engineer Jeff Higgins (CHASTAIN, ESTUARY, FIREWIND).

SCREAMING KINGS' lineup is completed by guitarists Sean Riley and Brian Lange, drummer Ryan Wingate and bassist Mike Reichert.

SCREAMING KINGS will perform with DROWNING POOL in late July and PRONG in October. You can also catch them this Saturday, July 21 at the Historic Southgate House in Newport, KY.

For more information, visit the band's MySpace page.


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