×
Rhapsody App for
Rhapsody International Inc.

Listen to

Kingdom Come

by Sir Lord Baltimore

Kingdom Come by Sir Lord Baltimore

Listen to

Kingdom Come

by Sir Lord Baltimore

Play on Rhapsody
Released:
Label: Akarma
Released in 1970, Kingdom Come marked the first time the term "heavy metal" was used to name a musical genre in a review. Charging out of the speakers with "Master Heartache," the debut from this short-lived but influential power trio lives up to the term with a pounding rhythm section and ragged, overdriven guitars. The album was a major predictor of the coming stoner rock movement; fans of the thud of early Sabbath and topped-out distortion of Cactus will see Kingdom Come as the missing link. The absolutely drenched-in-fuzz title cut is another major highlight.

About This Album

Released in 1970, Kingdom Come marked the first time the term "heavy metal" was used to name a musical genre in a review. Charging out of the speakers with "Master Heartache," the debut from this short-lived but influential power trio lives up to the term with a pounding rhythm section and ragged, overdriven guitars. The album was a major predictor of the coming stoner rock movement; fans of the thud of early Sabbath and topped-out distortion of Cactus will see Kingdom Come as the missing link. The absolutely drenched-in-fuzz title cut is another major highlight.

Songs

About This Album

Released in 1970, Kingdom Come marked the first time the term "heavy metal" was used to name a musical genre in a review. Charging out of the speakers with "Master Heartache," the debut from this short-lived but influential power trio lives up to the term with a pounding rhythm section and ragged, overdriven guitars. The album was a major predictor of the coming stoner rock movement; fans of the thud of early Sabbath and topped-out distortion of Cactus will see Kingdom Come as the missing link. The absolutely drenched-in-fuzz title cut is another major highlight.