Reverend & The Makers have now released their new album ‘The Death Of A King’ via Cooking Vinyl.
The sixth studio album ‘The Death Of A King’, which was recorded at Karma Sound Studios Thailand, is the followup to the Top 20 album‘Mirrors’, and is available on CD, Deluxe edition CD, 12” Vinyl, limited edition 12” vinyl, cassette and digital download. The album can be ordered from the band’s website and iTunes.
With five Top 20 albums already under their belts, Sheffield rock’n’roll radicals Reverend and the Makers have carved out a niche for themselves as one of the most enduring and incendiary acts on the British musical landscape.
In singer Jon ‘the Reverend’ McClure, they can boast one of the true natural frontmen of the modern era, a songwriter of intensity, vision and seemingly boundless energy, never afraid to wear his heart on his sleeve. Derided, adored, but never ignored, it is McClure, along with longtime songwriting partner Ed Cosens, who have powered the runaway freight-train of the Makers relentlessly forward. With a passion for truth, a hatred of injustice and a belief that music should have something to say, McClure has shown balls of Sheffield steel – facing down his detractors and amassing along the way a diehard ’Rev army’ who ensure that that Reverend and the Makers shows sellout the length and breadth of the country.
‘The Death Of A King’ is set to make it a full-house of all six studio albums that Reverend and the Makers have propelled into the Top 20, since 2007 debut ‘The State of Things’ reached number 5, aided by the anthemic breakthrough single ‘Heavyweight Champion of the World’.The band toured the follow-up album ’A French Kiss in the Chaos’(2009) as support act for the last ever live dates from Oasis. ‘@Reverend Makers’ was released in 2012, ‘Thirty Two’ was unleashed in 2014 and the critically applauded ‘Mirrors’ was released in 2015.
The album is currently on track to reach the top 10 and you can download the new record for just £5 right now!