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The Kings Kids announce the release of their Second Full-length Album “Set Sail and Seek…”  Unvarnished.  Unapologetic.  Striking a Course into Uncharted Territory between Classic Seventies Style Three-chord Punk Rock and Eighties Old Skool Hardcore, The Kings Kids Boldly Deliver a Message of Faith and Truth while standing firmly on the Musical Shoulders of Rancid, Swingin’ Utters, Ramones, Street Dogs and The Clash.  “Set Sail and Seek…” includes 14 songs of Passion, Energy and Redemption! Mastered by Cliffy Huntington at Steinhaus, who mastered such bands as Dropkick Murphys, Officer Negative, Flatfoot 56, Street Dogs and Headnoise.  Also, Album Cover Artwork by Legendary Skateboard Artist Jimbo Phillips.  Now Taking Pre-Orders at the Thumper Punk Records Website for Delivery in Mid-November 2011.  First 100 Copies Include a Limited Edition “Set Sail and Seek…” Patch of the Album Cover.  Get Them Before They’re Gone Forever! This is The Album You’ve Been Waiting For… Anchor Yourself.

Thumper Punk Records

www.thumperpunkrecords.com

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