Kyote Radio premiere their brand new single »The Crown« featuring guitarist Kyle Shutt (The Sword, Doom Side Of The Moon)
Austin, Texas based garage rockers Kyote Radio premiere their brand new single »The Crown« featuring special guest appearance by guitarist Kyle Shutt (The Sword, Doom Side Of The Moon).
Written and performed by Kyote Radio.
Produced by Frenchie Smith at The Bubble in Austin, TX.
Mastered by Christopher Messina.
Cover art by Steven Yoyada.
Austin garage rockers Kyote Radio are excited to announce the release of their new single »The Crown« featuring a guest guitar solo from Austin’s shredder king, Kyle Shutt (The Sword, Doom Side Of The Moon). Definitely one of the heaviest entries in the band’s catalog, »The Crown« comes out swinging with crushing drums, driving bass, and killer guitar riffs that swell into a rising wave that carries the post-apocalyptic narrative forward until it crescendos with the unmistakable roar of Kyle Shutt’s masterful guitar work.
Produced in Austin by local studio wizard Frenchie Smith at The Bubble Studios, and featuring cover artwork by Steven Yoyada, »The Crown« ft. Kyle Shutt is available to stream on all platforms starting on July 13th, 2022.
Kyote Radio will be celebrating the release of this single with a performance in Austin on July 30th at Hole In The Wall featuring support from Cheeky Orange and Brian Wolff.
Kyote Radio is an Austin based rock and roll band with roots in the desert ghost town of Terlingua, Texas. Frontman Micah Paredes leads the group on electric guitar and lead vocals, delivering sharp, insightful songwriting with a full dose of heavy riffs and a thundering rhythm section anchored by bassist Nick Smith and drummer Wesley Riddle. Kyote Radio draws on influences that range from classic rock icons like Black Sabbath to indie rock titans like Modest Mouse, blending different genres into high energy, All-American rock that guides listeners through forests of fuzz and canyons of reverb on the way up the mountain to rock and roll glory.
Bojan Bidovc // music enthusiast, promoter, misanthrop and sometimes a journalist as well