EKTOMORF, DRONE Members Talk Touring, Drinking; Video Available

Zoltán Farkas of Hungary's EKTOMORF and Moritz "Mutz" Hempel of German thrashers DRONE met at the Rockalarm studio in Hamburg, Germany to have a little chat abot their joint tour, audiences, drinking and more. Watch the four-minute clip below.

EKTOMORF's new album, "What Doesn't Kill Me…", was released on March 20 via AFM Records. The CD was recorded at Antfarm Studio in Denmark with producer Tue Madsen (HEAVEN SHALL BURN, DARK TRANQUILLITY, MOONSPELL, THE HAUNTED).

DRONE's second album, "Juggernaut", came out on March 27 via Wacken Records.

DRONE says: "Our musical roots stretch back to bands like TESTAMENT, MACHINE HEAD or PANTERA. But the [members of DRONE] have been roaming a few other musical grounds as well, be it rock or death metal, jazz or classics."

DRONE's debut album, "Head-On Collision", was released in 2007 via Armageddon Records.

For more information, visit www.dronemetal.com.

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