"Aggressor", the new video from Hungarian extreme metallers EKTOMORF, can be seen below. The song is the title track of the band's new album, "Aggressor", which was released in October 2015 via AFM. The CD was once again produced by Tue Madsen at Denmark's Antfarm Studio (DARK TRANQUILLITY, HEAVEN SHALL BURN, SICK OF IT ALL).
"Aggressor" track listing:
01. Intro 02. I 03. Aggressor 04. Holocaust 05. Move On 06. Evil By Nature (feat. George "Corpsegrinder" Fisher)
07. You Can’t Get More 08. Emotionless World 09. Eastside 10. Scars 11. Damned Nation 12. You Lost 13. You’re Not For Me 14. Memento
"Evil By Nature" features a guest appearance by CANNIBAL CORPSE vocalist George "Corpsegrinder" Fisher.
Commented EKTOMORF guitarist/vocalist Zoltán Farkas: "We are friends with the CANNIBAL CORPSE guys since a long time. Last year in November, I spoke to George about doing a song together. The recent Budapest show of CANNIBAL CORPSE then was the perfect opportunity to meet and record his parts. So I took small home recording studio gear with me and recorded vocals with George in the dressing room before their show. It was fun and turned out killer! The song's title is 'Evil By Nature' and you can be sure that it will smash your face!"
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