Notorious US outfit King 810 tone things down on latest track Eyes from their upcoming debut album.
The Michigan band, who release Memoirs Of A Murderer on August 19, pulled out of a scheduled appearance at this year's Download festival when frontman David Gunn and bassist Gene Gill were arrested on suspicion of assault as they tried to board a plane in the US.
Charges against Gunn were later dropped but Gill still has a case to answer over the alleged bar brawl that took place in October last year.
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