Artist info

Genre

Rock


Sounds like

Band of Skulls, The Black Keys, Led Zeppelin, Humble Pie, The Black Crowes


band members

Johnston - Henwood - Licciardi - McGlinchey


Influences

Johnny Winter, Humple Pie, Jane's Addiction


Unearthed artists we like

The Delta Riggs, KINGSWOOD, Creek


Website

www.palaceofthekingmusic.com

Gig

Palace Of The King

Strong impact coarse language and/or themes

2 Aug

Bridge Hotel

Sydney, 2039

ROZELLE

8:00pm

Gig

Palace Of The King

Strong impact coarse language and/or themes

3 Aug

Cambridge Hotel

Newcastle, 2300

Newcastle

8:00pm

Gig

Palace Of The King

Strong impact coarse language and/or themes

9 Aug

Workers Geelong

Melbourne, 3220

Geelong

8:00pm

Bio

Having spent their formative years storming stages in every corner of Australia, Palace Of The King took their finely-honed live show through Europe in October 2015. Armed with 2 EPs, a full-length vinyl LP and a second full-length studio album already recorded.

In 2016 the band unveiled Valles Marineris on 15th July 2016 (Europe/ UK) , Valles Marineris deepened Palace Of The King’s footprint on the international rock music scene by expanding on the “raw, energetic, imaginative and boundary-pushing” (Dedicated Rocker Society) qualities of their debut through an all-new 10 track collection of blues and psych-infused hard rock.
In support of the Valles Marineris album, POTK toured constantly throughout 2016/17 covering Europe as headliners and as guests with Airbourne, hitting America for the second time and multiple laps of Australia as headline and support act.

By 2018 the band had a new album – Get Right With Your maker – in the can, which was recorded between shows on the road. This epic new album (the bands most successful to date) was released to coincide with another tour of Europe, hitting 8 countries, and multiple laps around Australia.

Now in 2019, having just finished another national tour, and armed with a new single from a forthcoming new album, with dates in Australia, USA, and Europe, 2018/19 has been, and will be, Palace Of The King’s most productive year to date.