EKTOMORF To Release New Album In March

Hungarian hardcore/thrash metallers EKTOMORF will release their new album, "What Doesn't Kill Me…" 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). "You can expect a very strong and punchy new EKTOMORF album," guitarist/vocalist Zoltán Farkas previously said.

A short message from the band, including a clip of the new song "It's Up To You" (for which EKTOMORF recently shot a video), can be viewed below.

Upcoming EKTOMORF shows:

Apr. 02 - Budapest - A38 - HUN*
Apr. 03 - Szeged - Garabonczias (Hall) - HUN*
Apr. 04 - Traun - Spinnerei - AT*
Apr. 07 - Winterthur - Salzhaus - CH*
Apr. 08 - München - Backstage - Germany**
Apr. 09 - Jena - F-Haus - Germany**
Apr. 10 - Ostrava - Bumerang - Cz**
Apr. 11 - Prag - Black Pes - Cz**
Apr. 12 - Darmstadt - Steinbruch Theater - Germany**
Apr. 14 - Braunschweig - Meyer Music Hall - Germany**
Apr. 15 - Fulda - Kreuz - Germany**
Apr. 16 - Stuttgart - Universum - Germany**
Apr. 17 - Geiselwind - MusicHall - Germany**
Apr. 18 - Berlin - Kato - Germany**
Apr. 19 - Hamburg - Markthalle - Germany**


The band's last album, entitled "Outcast", was released in October 2006 via Nuclear Blast Records. The CD was recorded at Antfarm Studios in Aarhus, Denmark with producer Tue Madsen and features a cover of the PRODIGY classic "Fuel My Fire".


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