"Pillars Of Perennity", the new single from the Swedish metallers COLOSSUS, can be streamed and downloaded using the SoundCloud player below. The track features Lars Göran Petrov of ENTOMBED on chorus guest vocals.
COLOSSUS is described in a press release as "a Swedish three-piece who performs their own brand of progressive, sludgy metal with a wide range of outside influences. The band have been buzzing in the Swedish metal community after the release of an extremely well-received EP, 'Spiritual Myiasis', 2011 and a large number of intensive gigs throughout Sweden and Europe, including a full set on the Sweden Rock Festival.
"True to their roots, this powerful trio who performs a headstrong metal with roots deep in the impenetrable mire of the stoner/doom/sludge tradition nuansed with streaks of progressive rock, post metal and psychadelica. A wide blend of influences are entwined and results in an accomplished and coherent music that is as direct and powerful as it is multi-layered and meandering. Names that are commonly mentioned in relation to COLOSSUS are MASTODON, NEUROSIS, KYUSS and TOOL, to name a few."
Niklas Eriksson - Guitar & Vocals
Magnus Stenvinkel - Bass
Thomas Norstedt - Drums
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