The potent single also marks the begin of Bookie’s tenure as on Marshall Records.
London creative Kid Bookie has marked an important transition in his career, kicking off the start of his run on Marshall Records with the release of yet another collaborative effort with frontman Corey Taylor.
The arrival of Bookie’s latest single in “Game” is bolstered by the production of Good Charlotte’s Billy Martin and comes with a effective new visual directed by Filip Plaskowski.
Teaming with Taylor for the third time, Bookie’s succession of tracks with one of extreme music’s most venerated frontmen includes his previous single “Stuck In My Ways” and Book’s bars featured on Taylor’s anthemic single, “CMFT Must Be Stopped”.
“Game” follows Bookie’s 2021 full length effort, Cheaper Than Therapy. The album was well-received for it’s diversity and dynamic range, climbing to a lofty position on the Top 10 in iTunes Rock Charts.
Detailing the depth of his latest presentation, Bookie further explains the how “Game” is yet another testament to his defiance of genre divides. “A song for you to scream ‘go fuck yourself’ to the face of all gatekeepers. Heavy culture is evolving and being part of the evolution with the teachers who taught us how to evolve is exactly where we need to be right now, an obnoxiously loud, violent piece of music to reflect the tide of the mood, not everything is pretty and sometimes mirroring that sonically is truth in audio. AWOOOH!”
Taylor also took the opportunity to chime in on the latest joint effort with his partner in crime, Kid Bookie. “This song is the perfect blend of smooth and violent. The tones are sick. Book and I are ready for all takers on it. Rated ‘C’ for ‘Crank The Fuck Out Of It!’”
Stream the debut of “Game” from Kid Bookie featuring Corey Taylor below.