Sullivan King unveils highly-anticipated debut album, ‘Show Some Teeth’
Keaton Prescott, better known as Sullivan King, isn’t just a master of tom-foolery lately. In addition to trolling the Illenium fanbase with his recent Twitter shenanigans (all in good fun as he’s a big Illenium fan), Prescott has been a releasing machine. Last month, the one-half metal, one-half bass music artist shared his newest EP, Reckless/Breathless. Both songs from the EP are featured on his long-awaited debut album. He also recently released the title track off his debut full-length effort, a collaboration with Kompany called “Show Some Teeth.”
Now Sullivan King’s genre-bending debut studio LP, Show Some Teeth, has come to full fruition on Kannibalen Records. The dynamic dubstep, metal, and melodic-infused record features collaborations with artists including Cayte Lee, Rico Act, SWARM, Kompany, and TYNAN. Featuring a high-energy mix of heavy rock music, shredding guitar solos, driving vocals, and deep bass music, King’s album is one built for the EDM mainstage.
This record fully embodies everything I want in my music. It’s me showing everything I have to give to fans and the world,” Sullivan King said, speaking to his debut album.
A hefty debut record isn’t the only thing on Sullivan King’s plate. He’s currently on the road for his massive headlining tour, Thank You For Raging, which will keep him on the road through the end of 2019 and into early 2020. Tickets are available now, here.
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