Wild Throne Announce UK Release of ‘Blood Maker’ EP & UK Tour Dates in July; Album Lands in September

Pacific Northwest trio Wild Throne are set to release their debut EP, ‘Blood Maker’, on 22nd July in the UK, via Roadrunner Records. Produced by Ross Robinson (At The Drive-In, The Cure), the 4-track EP ‘s release coincides with three UK dates, including a free show at the Old Blue Last in London.

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Catch Wild Throne this July:

Wed 20th Jul – BATH Moles (Dischord club night)
Thu 21st Jul – LONDON Black Heart (tickets from http://bit.ly/1SPsgAp)
Fri 22nd Jul – LONDON Old Blue Last (free entry)

They’re followed by the UK release of Wild Throne’s album, ‘Harvest Of Darkness’, on 9th September. Wild Throne are no strangers to crossing boundaries, not just with their music, but also how they play it. “We really wanted this album to have a more dynamic presence than anything we had done in the past,” says vocalist/guitarist Josh Holland. “Musically and lyrically, we wanted to make sure it had a kind of pulse—that it be very human and flawed but alive and still a good listen.”

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The Wild Throne sound is a blend of thrash, progressive rock, and classic melodic NWOBHM that invokes names like Mastodon, Judas Priest, Mars Volta, Queens of the Stone Age, Coheed and Cambria, and Dillinger Escape Plan.

‘Harvest of Darkness’ is anchored by lyrics that explore the human condition – an emotional exploration that’s personal and universal. The album’s titular first track is a distillation of what’s to come, and is, Holland says, “about hanging on to negativity and resentment and then answering to the consequences of doing so down the line.” ‘Fear Yourself’, the album’s most anthemic song mines similar territory, that of “staying out of your own way,” Holland says. “I think a vague fear of failure is pretty normal and the song is about crumbling under that fear into the realm of self-sabotage.” Talking about track ‘War Is A Romance’, Holland explains, “Humans tend to seek out both love and war instinctively. Rather than thinking of them as opposites, I wanted to suggest that the intensities of violence and passion actually share more similarities than differences. That the hunger to fight is some sort of inner romance. We lust for it.”

Find out more about Wild Throne: www.wildthrone.com, www.facebook.com/wildthrone, www.twitter.com/wildthrone, and www.instagram.com/wildthrone.


1. Harvest Of Darkness
2. Shadow Deserts
3. The Wrecking Ball Unchained
4. Blood Maker

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1. Harvest Of Darkness
2. Shadow Deserts
3. Fear Yourself
4. Lone Lust
5. Death Of A Star
6. Blood Maker
7. I Of The Prism
8. War Is A Romance
9. Born To Die
10. The Wrecking Ball Unchained
11. Trans