Victor Peraino's Kingdom Come - No Mans Land (Album Cover Art) - Framed Print - 16"H x 16"W
A 16"H x 16"W" framed print of No Mans Land Album Cover Art
You will have to bear with us on this one, as it is somewhat convoluted
Kingdom Come were a British band of the 1970s, that played psychedelic, experimental progressive rock music. They were fronted by Arthur Brown, who gave them his theatrical style and voice.
After the collapse of The Crazy World of Arthur Brown in 1969, when Vincent Crane and Carl Palmer left to eventually form Atomic Rooster, Brown worked with a varied group of musicians on projects, before finding the musicians who would make up Kingdom Come. Around 1972 they were joined by American keyboard and synthesizer player Victor Peraino. (See, we are getting there now)
The band was later marketed as Arthur Brown's Kingdom Come in the United States due to name conflicts with an unrelated band with the same name. (Making more sense)
The combination ensured that the band was a hit on Britain's festival circuit, but lack of record sales, indifference from music critics, and poor promotion led to its eventual demise in 1974. The band dissolved rather than officially breaking up.
Following their split, Peraino returned to Detroit, where he made an album called "No Man's Land" in 1975 with some local musicians as Victor Peraino's Kingdom Come. Nearly 40 years later, in 2014, Peraino made another album, "Journey In Time" under the same group name, this time with guest appearances from Arthur Brown on 5 of the tracks. (And we got there)