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Four Kings

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The best kept secret in music


"Four Kings-Classic Masquerade"

If you are looking for a CD from a ripping local band, definitely consider this one. The first song "Abstraction's" opening guitar riff sets the tone for the whole CD, and "Work vs Sex" definitely makes me want to text that late night booty call. These guys rock to a sound that goes straight to your soul. The local boys from O.B. not only play some of the hippest venues around town, but they may even grace us with their presence at a local house party or Revolt Concert. "To the Needy, Cleanliness, and She's Music" powerful and methodic music and lyrics take you to that place you want to be. Upon hearing this CD there's no doubt in my mind they're gonna hit it big. Check them out online at and keep an eye out for the next one. -Leslie - Revolt Magazine

"Four Kings- The Haze LP"

Being a local music reviewer, I am struck with piles of demos that grace my tiny office. A friend handed me "The Haze LP" by local band Four Kings. She told me that she recently saw them "bring down the house" at House of Blues.
Being a reputable source of listenable local music, I cordially accepted the shrink-wrapped piece of merchandise. The cover of the CD shows four young attractive males standing firm before an audience of followers. From the first track I could not help but realize that I was listening to compelling music with storytelling prowess. The tone of the CD kept me hooked while the hooks themself made me a fan. There are moments of pleasure, pain, swagger, and insecurity; a mouthfull of umami.
I give this CD 4.5 our of 5 stars and highly recommend them to anyone who likes music in general. Catch them this fall on the "Cali Haze Tour" which hits most major cities on the West Coast. - San Diego Reader - Mary Montgomery


The "Innerlimit" EP 2004
Single: Come See The Sky
Radio Play on: FM94.9 San Diego, 91.1 91X San Diego.

Classic Masquerade LP 2007
Single: Work Vs. Sex
Radio Play on: Various College Radio stations on west coast, FM94.9 San Diego, 91X San Diego, Radio Progressivo Tijuana, etc.

The Haze LP 2009
Singles: Immigration, New American Ghetto, and Badman.
Radio Play on: Various College stations throughout West Coast, KDNZ San Francisco (live interview while on tour), 91X San Diego, 94.9 San Diego (live interview), Rock 105.3 (clear channel), Radio Progressivo Tijuana MX, etc.

Various tracks, live tour videos, and general information can be heard/seen on:



Sounds good with: Red Hot Chille Peppers, Rage Against the Machine, Glassjaw, Weezer, Deftones, and The Beatles.

Four Kings is the antithesis to itself, a soul that has a major issue with its own identity, a confused adolescent who cannot decide what it wants to be when it finally grows up someday. At times it wishes to be an unyielding angst filled volcano that spews molten notes upon the mass yielding strata. Other times it wishes to be the supple flesh of the love you have always desired. Given this imbalance, there is no telling what might happen. The next composition you hear might very well put you in that warm happy place you arrive at when you are in a hot bathtub with water-scented aromatherapy, while the song that follows might throw you into the snow; bare naked and screaming bloody murder. The individual personalities within Four Kings are no exception to the aforementioned dysfunction. When interpolating the live show, audiences wonder how such crude beasts can perform such acts of allure and artistry. There is no pretension associated with the moniker or message; however you will hear confidence, poise, and tenacity; emulsified with uncertainty, loathing, and a restless undertone. There is a savage hellion that lies within the heart of this rose scented saint. Four Kings are on the TAKEOVER.