Metal4 magazine conducted an interview with Zoltán "Zoli" Farkas of Hungarian extreme metallers EKTOMORF at the Metal4splash open-air festival, which took place July 25-27 at Weichelsee in Rotenburg, Germany. You can now watch the chat below.
EKTOMORF's new album, "Black Flag", was released on August 31, 2012 via AFM Records. The cover was once again created by German illustrator and designer Tim Eckhorst, who previously did illustrations for the Wacken Open Air festival and various other bands.
EKTOMORF's very special "acoustic" album, "The Acoustic", was released on February 17, 2012 via AFM Records. The CD contained cover versions (LYNYRD SKYNYRD's "Simple Man" and "Folsom Prison Blues" by JOHNNY CASH), re-recorded EKTOMORF classics ("I Know Them", "Redemption", "Who Can I Trust", "Stigmatized" and "I'm In Hate"), plus five brand new tracks, written specially for this release.
Commented Farkas: "To make 'The Acoustic' album was a great experience for EKTOMORF. I’m still very happy with what we created and I want to thank all the fans for supporting us. But now with the new album we go back to the heavy stuff. The tons-of-bricks sound that is typical EKTOMORF, but with a few surprises here and there."
"Black Flag" video:
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