FROM THE VERY DEPTHS

THE SOUND OF MANKIND TWISTING IN ITS TETHERS

Critically acclaimed debut EP “Triangulate the triangle” pushes boundaries and sets new trajectory for modern metal perception. Praised for its out-of-the box compositions, diversity, intensity and lyrical content, the band blasts through Polish stages with sledgehammer finesse and unstoppable energy.



Reviews...

  • "Gentlmen of Koios (...) with great ease and freedom present their individual skills, sounding very consistent at the same time. At the beginning we are greeted by blast chasing blasts and juicy riffs that give fury and additional dynamics to the whole material."


    - Death Magnetic
  • "Koios plays solid metal. Not the shit, from which the Ikea bed racks are made. This metal is full of teeth,straight from the steelworks, but still a bit fluid, because it is free and unruly. And they play it so that within six songs they do not take a breath for even a moment, for almost half an hour keeping the listener tense through the constant intensity of their music."


    - Jakub Milszewski, KVLT
  • "Koios escapes from simple classifications (...) the material is quite varied and encourages frequent contact with it. The basis of their playing are sharp, cut, riffs and solid work of the drums. Vocals are concrete, fairly simple growling."


    - Metalside
  • "As for the first EP, you can already hear a lot of composing skills. And that bodes well for the future. We'll see what will grow out of this Koios. I keep my fingers crossed and I will be very happy to listen to a LP bearing the logo of this band."


    - Metalside
  • "The strongest point of the album for me is "Rapture". It crystallizes in ideal proportions that, which is best on this record. I have to admit that Koios impressed me a lot - I have not heard an album so full of aggression and hatred for many years, so diverse and coherent and well thought out at the same time. I will definitely come back to this CD often."


    - Metalside
  • "The strongest point of the album for me is "Rapture". It crystallizes in ideal proportions that, which is best on this record. I have to admit that Koios impressed me a lot - I have not heard an album so full of aggression and hatred for many years, so diverse and coherent and well thought out at the same time. I will definitely come back to this CD often."


    - Metalmundus
  • "They have their own idea for themselves and their sound."


    - Metalurgiafm
  • "These gentlemen are not afraid to dip in the juicy groove or wink at the thrash metal. The whole is rushed from start to finish, without a moment to rest. Fans of furious records, where blast chases blast, will not be disappointed."


    - Metalurgiafm
  • "They immerse themselves in the themes of the world's destruction, broken by modern aspirations to perfection, often from the perspective of individuals pushing this spoiled boulder towards the abyss."


    - Metalurgiafm
  • "The highlight of the whole EP is 'Eeet!', where the work of drums with accents on cymbals and the guitar in moments of short slowdowns are the most memorable."


    - Metalurgiafm
  • "The latest EP of Koios is a material for those who appreciate the rhythm, the weight of the instruments, the original lyrics and, above all, the idea for metal, and not just brazen copying of other bands' achievements."


    - Metalurgiafm
  • "The band successfully combines modern forms of metal element (metalcore, post metal) with elements that can be encountered among the more deserving classic old stagers, mainly the ones of a thrash character."


    - Rockarea
  • "The proposal of the Warsawers makes sense, it has something that makes the music having balls, power and a good pugnacious character."


    - Rockarea
  • "From the very first bars, the band starts roughly and practically constantly presses forward as hard as it gets. There are a lot of twisted motifs, riffs and heavy tunes, which is favored by impeccable production."


    Rockarea
  • "There is no shortage of interesting solutions (numerous rhythmic changes, varied divisions, plural accents), technical and instrumental inserts and tasteful ornamentation. Solo guitar parts make pleasant impression - in this matter a good taste and sense were shown. They are melodious and give the songs some atmosphere, so that the whole is appropriately beneficent."


    - Rockarea
  • "Musicians are contriving each of the pieces really cool - we have some layoffs, tempo changes, or impressive rhythmic brakedowns. Additionaly, constant pounding is diversified with quite interesting solos (...)"


    - Metalside

CD EP 2016

TRIANGULATE THE TRIANGLE

1. Rapture
2. Piggy
3. Alien Jesus
4. Ideocracy
5. Hate?
6. Eeeet!

“Triangulate the Triangle” EP was released on May 28th, 2016.
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