Finnish hippie metal act
has released single/video
Finland’s hippie metal superstars Egokills have set the release date of their third album, simply titled ‘Egokills’, on September 8th 2023.
The band comments:
“The third bunch of great Egokills songs is finally ready! There’s darkness, there’s light and there’s the balance between. We’re super proud of the record and can’t wait to get to play the songs live.”
The album was produced by Matti Lötjönen and recorded mostly at Fantom Studio.
The vocals were produced by Olli Anttila at Astral Studio.
Egokills just finished a succesful Baltic tour with two other quality bands from Finland, Black Royal and Atlases.
“We had a blast, and it was a priviledge to share the stage with such great bands and fantastic people. We belong on stage and are determined to tour extensively to support the new album!”
New single ‘Feeble’ is online.
Mostly written by Pasi Viitala, it is a riff-driven song with a banging chorus.
Viitala also delivers a fuzzy guitar solo on the track.
Janne Selo’s lyrics tell a relatable tale about the darker moments of life.
The Finnish hippie metalers
will release single/video
‘Life’s A Party’
pic by Karri Harju
The Finnish hippie metal superstars Egokills are back.
bigger, badder & more dangerous than ever!
The latest Egokills banger is called Life’s a Party
and it is a reminder of what life’s about in these dark times.
The song comes with a movie quality music video,
directed by the bands long-time friend Timo Lepistö.
The video portrays the band in its natural habitat,
partying around their own camper van.
Vocalist Janne Selo plays the main part.
After the video was shot the band got into some real danger.
drummer Vilho Rajala recalls:
“We were driving home with bassist Mika Pusa, when the left rear tire of our dear LoveLines Mellowmobile swung loose in a tunnel. Luckily I was able to steer the camper safely to the side and the tire didn’t hit anyone. We took a breather and called the tow truck.”
The release show of ‘Life’s a Party’ takes place
on Feb 3rd at Hönö Live Music Bar in Tampere, Finland.
During the three-year gig break the band is born again
in the rehearsal place
and will play the best show of their career up to now.