Kyng's debut album, 'Trampled Sun,' won't be out till the fall, but listening to its fuzzed-out riffs and groove-driven arrangements you would swear you were back in 1974.

Comprised of guitarist-vocalist Eddie Veliz, bassist Tony Castaneda and Pepe Clarke Magana, the Southern California power trio came together in 2008 bound by influences including Black Sabbath, Led Zeppelin and Queens of the Stone Age. "We wanted a band that could stand alongside anything in the scene, have the ability to crossover seamlessly and still bridge who we are," says Veliz. Noisecreep got an advance copy of 'Trampled Sun' and we're loving the record more with each play. We're excited to premiere 'Falling Down,' one of the album's irresistible cuts. As drummer Pepe Clarke Magaña puts it, "I think we're doing stuff, or a combination of stuff that has been done before, in a way that has never been done before."

Listen to 'Falling Down' from Kyng

"Kyng is all about heavy riffs and a good melody. 'Falling Down' brings just that! We call it the "California Heavy" sound and can't wait to unleash this to the universe and beyond," Veliz tells Noisecreep about the jam. 'Falling Down' was mixed by Mike Watts [Quicksand, Brand New] and will available for sale on iTunes starting July 26th. Completing dates with The Sword, Kyng is currently out with Black Stone Cherry and Pop Evil and plan on touring forever as the road is the life's blood of any young hard rock band looking to take over the world.

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