KING'S X: Tentative Album Title Announced

Legendary hard rockers KING'S X have set "Go Tell Somebody" as the tentative title of their 14th album, due later in the year via Inside Out Music.

"Go Tell Somebody" is being recorded and mixed at Wireworld Studios in Nashville, TN with producer Michael Wagener (SKID ROW, ALICE COOPER). This will be the second album in a row with Wagener manning the boards. Pleased with the results of 2005's "Ogre Tones", Tabor and his bandmates headed into the studio more prepared and creative than ever before.

"We really enjoyed working with him on the last album," Tabor said shortly before entering the studio to record the new CD. "There was no pre-production on anything and we were pleased with how it turned out. This time, we're doing some pre-production, some writing together and we're going to try to outdo ourselves. We're going in this time with a complete and prepared attack."


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