THE THREE SUM instigate a royal revolt with their new socio-critical #PunkMetal single “Long Live The King”

In mid-August, THE THREE SUM boarded their fearsome road cruiser with their first single, “Coming After You”, taken from the EP “Kingdom Fall”, to be released on 12/02/2022 via Dr. Music Records, to barrel down the dusty asphalt of the international Rock ’n’ Roll highway with just the right pinch of hot rod flair. Now the Swiss Punk ’n’ Roll band kicks it into the next gear with the hard-hitting second single “Long Live The King”, inspired by all the events of the last years, and devoted to the mighty people in many realms, from entertainment to politics, not always using their power to benefit the weaker ones but gaining even more control and influence. The band has been attracting attention for a few years with their dystopian mix of Punk Rock and Metal along with wacky little horror stories and is now heading straight for the fast lane with the EP. The recordings were made in collaboration with producer Mack Schildknecht (China, Second Reign, All To Get Her) and Grammy-nominated New York mastering specialist Mike Kalajian of Rogue Planet Mastering (The Devil Wears Prada, New Found Glory, A Day To Remember) subsequently put the finishing touches on the record. The five new songs manifest themselves on “Kingdom Fall” into a power-packed musical muscle car with which the trio provides additional speed. “Long Live The King” is thereby not without reason the second single since the track sticks with its damn catchy melodicore sound in the head and will not only thrill fans of Papa Roach, Asking Alexandria or A Day To Remember. As of today, “Long Live The King” and its passionately energetic music video will cause quite a stir in the Punk Metal scene, and who knows, the song might even make the walls of Buckingham Palace, now resided by King Charles III, tremble: https://youtu.be/uwWgOehPwRM?list=PLWEYZURqjsHzdoZpd5ga33VOSsUxZWqi7

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