Ryan Kirby and Daniel Gailey

Fit for a King vocalist Ryan Kirby is returning to the well. Joining forces with Phinehas guitarist Daniel Gailey, Kirby will be back covering songs in 2019. The goal is to complete two covers a month. The first will be Killswitch Engage’s “My Curse,” coming mid-January.

According to Kirby, they won’t be outright monetizing the covers, they are funding the work via Patreon. The key difference here, though, is that the Patreon will not just be a venue by which to get the covers, the two will also be sharing tips and behind-the-scenes tutorials on how to record your own.

“We also want to become a resource for those wanting to get into doing their own covers or record their own music,” Gailey said. “We understand how hard it is to get started with all that, especially when it comes to finding instrumentals or well-recorded stems to work on your mixing skills with, so we’re launching our Patreon page with some very unique perks.”

You can get on board with the project over at their Patreon page.

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