The Fallen Kings' music is a blend of Metal, Southern Rock, and Blues. Established in 2013 in Puyallup, WA the band writes all of their own lyrics and music. Fallen Kings debut album Brotherhood of Bones released in early summer of 2014. Their musical inspiration comes from various bands such as Pantera, Alice in Chains and Metallica
Angus Wolfe - Vocals and Lyricist
Angus Wolfe started singing at the young age of 17. Growing up in a home full of Blues and Rock Angus drew his inspiration from legendary artists such as Elvis, Ronnie Van Zant and GNR. His greatest influence however was a family friend Rick Armstrong who gave Angus his first voice lessons and paved the way for Angus’s now Bluesy Rock vibrato. When Angus was 13 years old he knew somehow he was destined to play music after watching Slash jump on top of a piano for his solo in a GNR performance of November Rain.
Mike "Big Juicy" - Bass, Vocals
Living with a mom that listened to Classic Rock and Motown. Mike grew up in a diverse environment that gave him the ability to learn to play multiple musical instruments in his youth. Mike started playing the bass when he was 17 years old following in the footsteps of Les Claypool his biggest inspiration and others such as Rob Trujillo and Nikki Sixx. It wasn’t until one day he heard his older brother listening to Metallica’s “Ride the Lightening” that he realized Metal was in his blood and the bass fueled the passion within him.
TOTC Howell - Drummer
13 year old TOTC was destined to play drums, he loved to bang on anything he could put a stick to. At 16 he got his first real drum set and started playing to bands like Pink Floyd and Queen that he heard growing up in his parent’s home. Inspirations for TOTC are Nikko McBrain from Iron Maiden, Vinnie Paul from Pantera, Chris Adler from Lamb of God and the list goes on. Drummers are the heartbeat of the band and TOTC brings the Fallen Kings to life.
Woody Woodcock - Rhythm Guitar
Inspired by James Hetfield, Matt Bellamy and Stephen Carpenter; Woody started playing the guitar at the age of 17. Years later he decided to switch to the guitar after a recommendation of his mentor and realized he had found his instrument of destruction.