New York City-based rock band, Zr. King, drop their second single “Don’t Call Me on a Saturday” from their upcoming album, Musically & Morally Bankrupt, due out May 17, 2019.
Established in 2013 in the far eastside of downtown New York City, Zr. King is an explosive sonic collision of raucous rock’n’roll swagger, catchy melodies, relentless anthemic hooks, and a powerhouse live show.
Brandon, Griffin and D-Pain served 15, 13 and 5 year tours, respectively, in noted NYC hard rock act Social Hero – cutting their teeth on the live scene, pressing a few records, and touring the eastern seaboard and midwest. Matt was the lynchpin in one of NJ’s finest, The Minor Lift, writing and recording an arsenal of blistering tunes and delivering shattering performances on any stage that would have him.
The band channels a diverse mix of their classic progenitors (Led Zeppelin, The Who), mid-nineties mammoths (Alice In Chains, Soundgarden) and contemporary rock monsters (Muse, Queens of the Stone Age). Currently hard at work on a growing arsenal of original material, a debut record is slated for late 2013 release, with live shows looming on the horizon.