On June 25, Hungarian extreme metallers EKTOMORF will release a special "festival edition" of their latest album, "What Doesn't Kill Me...", via AFM Records. in addition to the 13 songs on the regular LP, the festival edition includes the brand new three-track CD single "The Gipsy Way" and a poster, all packed in a nice hard cover box. "The Gipsy Way" single will also be available as a separate product from June 25.
"The Gipsy Way" track listing:
01. We Die Young (ALICE IN CHAINS cover)
02. Rusty Cage (SOUNDGARDEN cover; JOHNNY CASH version)
03. Ne Add Fel
A trailer for "The Gipsy Way", featuring commentary on each of the above-listed tracks by guitarist/vocalist Zoltán Farkas, can be viewed below.
The original version of "What Doesn't Kill Me…" was released in March 2009 via AFM Records. The CD was recorded at Antfarm Studio in Denmark with producer Tue Madsen (HEAVEN SHALL BURN, DARK TRANQUILLITY, MOONSPELL, THE HAUNTED).
"What Doesn't Kill Me…" track listing:
01. Rat War
02. Nothing Left
03. What Doesn't Kill Me...
04. Revenge To All
05. Love And Live
06. Can See You
07. I Got It All
08. New Life
09. Sick Of It All
10. It's Up To You
13. Breed The Fire
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