Heavy Metal Kings

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Heavy Metal Kings
Also known as HMK
Origin Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
Genres Hip hop
Years active 2010–present
Labels Enemy Soil
Associated acts La Coka Nostra
Jedi Mind Tricks
Reef the Lost Cauze
Q-Unique
Slaine
Crypt the Warchild
Army of the Pharaohs
Website jmthiphop.com
Members Vinnie Paz
Ill Bill

Heavy Metal Kings is a group featuring veteran rappers Ill Bill (formerly of Non Phixion, currently of La Coka Nostra) and Vinnie Paz (Jedi Mind Tricks/Army of the Pharaohs). In 2006, Ill Bill was featured on the single "Heavy Metal Kings" by hip hop duo Jedi Mind Tricks, released through Babygrande Records.[1] The single was released in a limited edition blue vinyl pressing, with every copy signed by group vocalist Vinnie Paz.

"Heavy Metal Kings" is the lead single from the group's fifth album, Servants in Heaven, Kings in Hell. The song features a sample from "Boiling Rage (Estuans Interius)" by German composer Carl Orff, taken from his famous cantata Carmina Burana, and a vocal sample from "Front Lines (Hell on Earth)" by Mobb Deep for the chorus. The song's music video was released shortly before the album's release, and featured guest appearances from the group's DJ, DJ Kwestion, and R.A. The Rugged Man.[2] Ill Bill and Vinnie Paz have since combined forces to form a group of the same name, "Heavy Metal Kings," and record a full self-titled album to be released April 5, 2011 through Enemy Soil/Uncle Howie.[3]

Biography[edit]

2010-2011: Heavy Metal Kings[edit]

Ill Bill and Vinnie Paz have since combined forces to form a group of the same name, "Heavy Metal Kings," and record a full self-titled album to be released April 5, 2011 through Enemy Soil/Uncle Howie. "Keeper Of The Seven Keys" produced by up and coming producer, C-Lance, is the first track from the new Heavy Metal Kings album. The album features production from DJ Muggs, Ill Bill, Shuko, Sicknature, C-Lance, Grand Finale, Jack of All Trades, Junior Makhno, Vherbal, and DJ Premier protégé Gemcrates alongside a cast of emcees, including Reef the Lost Cauze, Slaine, Crypt the Warchild, Q-Unique, and Sabac Red.[4]

2012-present: Future Work announcements[edit]

Ill Bill & Vinnie Paz are working on two new projects, one with several producers like the first album called Black God White Devil and one with DJ Muggs (Whom Ill Bill had previously collaborated with on an album entitled Kill Devil Hills), entitled Heavy Metal Kings vs. DJ Muggs.

Heavy Metal Kings 2 has been officially confirmed and in recording in 2013. Late 2014, the album has no release date yet.[5]

Heavy Metal Kings VS DJ Muggs was posted to be in the works by an associated producer[6] on 2011, to this date this album has had no more updates or information released. It is not known if this album is still in the works.

Discography[edit]

  • 2011: Heavy Metal Kings
  • 2015: Black God White Devil
  • TBA: Heavy Metal Kings vs. DJ Muggs

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