Kyng Rock New York City With Support From Crobot + More
California rock trio Kyng headlined the Marlin Room at Webster Hall for an intimate show. The band is currently touring hard in support of the brand new album ‘Burn the Serum.’
Although Kill Devil Hill was originally supposed to headline, Kyng supplied a solid headlining set of their own. Despite being a three-piece, the band has a massive sound. Frontman Eddie Veliz belted out new songs such as the title track ‘Burn the Serum,’ the single ‘Electric Halo,’ as well as heavier tunes ‘In the Land of Pigs’ and ‘Big Ugly Me.’
Drummer Pepe Clark has precision behind the skins and after a mini drum solo, the band broke into a very cool rendition of Van Halen’s ‘Hot For Teacher.’ Bassist Tony Castaneda provided some deep and heavy bass lines throughout the night. The band also performed tunes ‘Pushing & Pulling,’ ‘Trails in Veins,’ ‘I Don’t Believe’ and ‘Falling Down’ off of their first album ‘Trampled Sun.’
Kyng supporter and their unofficial fourth member Jose Mangin of Sirius XM Radio hopped onstage to perform a special song to end the night. Mangin, a Pantera die-hard performed vocals for a rendition of Pantera’s ‘Revolution Is My Name’ with Kyng. Go here to see a full list of remaining Kyng tour dates.
Pennsylvania rock act Crobot provided a soulful and energetic performance. If Foxy Shazam and the Sword had a musical love child, it would look and sound a lot like Crobot. Their old school sound and vibe is truly invigorating to see onstage. Other talented bands who performed earlier in the evening included Anti-Mortem, Brand of Julez and Tempest City.
Check Out Photos of Kyng + Crobot Performing in NYC Below: