Biography And Discography


Biography of Ektomorf

Ektomorf is a Hungarian metal band formed in 1993 by vocalist and guitarist Zoltán Farkas in Mezőkovácsháza, Hungary. The band’s music is known for its fusion of various metal subgenres, including groove metal, nu-metal, and thrash metal, while incorporating elements of traditional Hungarian music. Ektomorf’s lyrics often touch on topics such as social issues, personal struggles, and their Roma heritage.

The band’s early years were marked by lineup changes and a DIY approach to their music. Ektomorf released their debut album, “Hangok,” in 1996, which was primarily in the Hungarian language. However, they gained international recognition with their 2000 release, “Kalyi Jag” (also known as “The Gipsy Way” in some regions), which featured lyrics in English and showcased their unique blend of metal styles.

Over the years, Ektomorf has released a series of albums that have garnered a dedicated fanbase and critical acclaim. They’ve toured extensively in Europe and have played at various metal festivals. The band’s consistent output and energetic live performances have solidified their place in the metal scene.

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