Ektomorf release their new album ‘Fury’ on 16th February.

EKTOMORF was founded in 1993 in Mezökovacsháza, Hungary, a small city near the Romanian border, by Zoltán “Zoli” Farkas. In the actual line-up Zoli – songwriter and mastermind of the band – is the only remaining founding member.

Due to his gipsy background Zoli saw himself confronted with racism and prejudices. But this didn’t hold the band back from establishing an international career. The breakthrough came when EKTOMORF started their collaboration with Danish producer Tue Madsen in 2003. Madsen helped the band to find their very own, super fat, modern and powerful sound that EKTOMORF evolved since “Destroy” (2004) steadily.

EKTOMORF’s lyrics reflect this situation and deal with discrimination, society, pain and anger but show a strong will to survive and overcome all problems. Their music combines the burning fire of the primal gipsy music with modern elements: groovy, down tuned guitar riffs and aggressive drums, supplemented by powerful and raw screaming vocals became their trademarks.

Regardless of all circumstances EKTOMORF established itself as one of the most successful Hungarian bands, well known for their intensive, energetic, mind blowing live shows. Playing extensive headliner tours and shows at the biggest European festivals (e.g. Wacken, With Full Force, Sziget, Rock am Ring) the band build up a strong fan base throughout Europe.

Fury was produced by the band’s longtime engineer Tue Madsen (Antfarm studios).


The Prophet Of Doom
AK 47
Bullet In Your Head  
Faith And Strength 
Infernal Warfare  
Tears Of Christ 
Blood For Blood  
If You’re Willing To Die  
Skin Them Alive



EKTOMORF on tour in Europe:

02.03.: Düsseldorf – Pitcher (GER)
09.03.: Lenzburg – Metbar (CH)
10.03.: Schleiz – Woody’s (GER)
11.03.: Wien – Viper Room (AUS)
13.03.: Ostrava – Barrák music club (CZ)
15.03.: Praha – Rock Café (CZ)
16.03.: Cham – L.A. Cham (GER)
17.03.: Rüsselsheim – das Rind (GER)
18.03.: Roeselare – De Verlichte Geest (BEL)
19.03.: Erfurt – From Hell (GER)
20.03.: Dresden – Chemie Fabrik (GER)
21.03.: Rostock – Alte Zuckerfabrik (GER)
22.03.: Leer – Zollhaus (GER)
23.03.: Magdeburg – Factory (GER)
24.03.: Rotterdam – Baroeg (NED)
25.03.: Ludwigsburg – Rock Fabrik (GER)
28.03.: Cluj-Napoca – Form Space (ROM)
29.03.: Timisoara – Reflektor Venue (ROM)
30.03.: Morkovice – Sypka (CZ)
31.03.: Leipzig – Hellraiser (GER)


Band line up: Zoltán Farkas (Vocals, Guitar), Szebasztián Simon (Guitar) , Attila Asztalos (Bass), Dániel Szabó (Drums)