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THE ERKONAUTS Sign To Kaotoxin


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Kaotoxin is very happy to announce the inking of a multi-album deal with Switzerland’s rocking machineTHE ERKONAUTS.

Founded in 2014 by ex-Sybreed, Djizoes and 7-tone members, THE ERKONAUTS are one of the most dynamic and hardworking bands out of Switzerland today. Playing a very high octane style of their very own, the band strives to pack kick-ass modern power, execution and production with subtle vintage tones and a musical taste that encompasses genres as diverse as Progressive Metal, Fusion, Rock, Thrash Metal, Crossover Metal, Punk, Power Metal, Alternative Metal and whatnot.

The first edition of their 2014 debut full-length, “I Did Something Bad” (soon followed by the “All the Girls Should Die” single), got sold out in no time while the band was embarking on a world tour that already drove them from Europe to USA, Japan, China and Taiwan. A new edition has soon been released and will most surely be sold out after the band’s forthcoming September 2015 Europe Tour.

THE ERKONAUTS will be in the studio in August to record some new tracks. The new album should be released during the second half of 2016.

Line-up

  • Ales Campanelli – bass & vocals
  • Sébastien “Bakdosh” Puiatti – guitars
  • Adrien Bornand – guitars
  • Kevin Choiral – drums

Original Link: http://www.kaotoxin.com/the-erkonauts-sign-to-kaotoxin/

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