Attention metal enthusiasts! Brace yourselves for CHOROSIA‘s highly anticipated EP “Stray Dogs“, to be released on September 15th via Grazil Records and Kvlt und Kaos Productions. Pre-order is avilable at Bandcamp.
Hailing from Vienna, Austria, Chorosia delivers a 35-minute transformative odyssey, combining raw power and haunting melodies. We promise: this EP’s signature blend of harsh growls and compelling instrumentation will leave you awestruck.
“Stray Dogs” consists of five captivating tracks, each offering a truly unique universe of sound. From the enthralling eponymous opener to the mesmerizing instrumental interlude “Tintinnabula” and the emotionally charged epic “Reflections,” Chorosia showcases their multifaceted artistry.
Enhanced by the acclaimed artwork of Orion Landau, known for collaborations with Yob, Russian Circles, Inter Arma, and Red Fang, “Stray Dogs” is a visual and auditory journey like no other.
Mark your calendars for September 15th and be part of Chorosia‘s rise to new heights. Don’t miss this Austrian sensation’s most potent release yet. Stay tuned and brace for impact!
Listen to “Hands, Switchblades, and Vile Vortices” now to get a taste of what’s coming.
Anto commentary about this record: “Stray Dogs” is a title that came to me after a visit to my hometown. I’ve had it for quite some time. For some reason, I kept thinking about the stray dogs on the streets of my hometown. That might’ve been around the same time when I heard the news that the local hunting club decided to solve the issue of stray dogs on our streets. Yeah. What do you think how did they solve that? I’ll give you a hint: we don’t have a dog shelter, or anything like that, in our area. It just bugged me so much. Poor dogs didn’t choose to live, or die, that way. Well, that’s good, ‘cos guess what – Stray Dogs were born out of that. So yeah, right there on the couch I picked up my acoustic and noodled around and the main riff for Stray Dogs came out “.
1. Stray Dogs
2. The Shrike (Fire Assault)
5. Hands, Switchblades, and Vile Vortices