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Korotory is playing with Soilwork, Jeff Loomis, Blackguard, Bonded By Blood, Hatchet plus our brothers in March To Victory and Necroptic Engorgement (Music Page) May 2 at 5:00pm The Chance Theater in Poughkeepsie, New York if you need tickets we have a few remaining message us or email us at email@example.com
ALL AGES METAL THROWDOWN AT THE ZEBRA CLUB 1195 Montauk Hwy Copiague,NY featuring Korotory Reluctant Mortem Condition Critical Surgical Strike Dismemberment Unit COME SUPPORT LOCAL METAL!!!!!!! 5 Bands for $12 and its ALL FUCKING AGES!!!!!!!!!! THRASH TILL DEATH!!!!!!!
Metal Metal Metal!!!
5 of the areas best metal bands come together to give the scene a kick in the ass and tear the roof off Ollie's Point Saturday October 8th Doors @ 9pm 18+ Tickets are $10 or $12 D.O.S. Korotory Martyrd Facing The Sun Sanitarius Betrayall Come support Local Metal on Long Island If you need/want a ticket hit us up we will bring them to you, LET'S PACK THIS PLACE OUT \m/
Sounds Like: Pantera, Lamb of God, Testament, Metallica, Machine Head
Label: Korotory Inc.
Bio: Korotory is a Thrash/Death/Groove Metal Hybrid from Long Island, NY that for the better part of 20 years has been the underground metal world's best kept secret. Drawing Influence from the best parts of the scene and making their signature sound, They have pushed the boundaries where other bands ...See Full Bio
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“Even though this US band has just over 18 years band experience, this current incarnation of Korotory is by far the strongest. This is abundantly clear from the new album The Conquering, its got more gems than Cartier.... The opening into track lulls you into a melodic power chord majesty before smacking you full force with Spineless - its a good indication of what to expect from the rest of the album. Fast paced thrash fused percussion, groove led bass and crunchy guitar all heightened by a growly vocal that stays the right side of guttural. Korotory have succeeded where many fail, in that while you hear the influences of Rage Against The Machine, Lamb of God and even Rob Zombie - the material retains its originality. Standout tracks for me are the mosh pit inducing *track 3 and *track 7 which is full of angsty social commentary and proves that this band can do a lot more than write a stonking riff. Korotory, I salute you...third times a charm.... 4.5/5 ”