Progressive metal band Kairos. possess fans with new music video / new ep fission spectrum out october 20

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9/30/2016


PROGRESSIVE METAL BAND KAIROS. POSSESS FANS WITH NEW MUSIC VIDEO / NEW EP FISSION SPECTRUM OUT OCTOBER 20

CHARLOTTE, NCLocal progressive metal band Kairos. released their gory new music video for single "KRS-NA" (pronounced "Krishna") from their up-coming EP Fission Spectrum. The video features local fans and creates a grueling scene to remember. They will be performing the energetic single at the Fillmore Charlotte on October 3 in support of Australian metal giants Parkway Drive and Detroit-based We Came As Romans. An EP release show will follow later that month. Watch the video here.

Kairos. released their first EP "The Hologram Project" in 2015. Since then, they have gone on to share the stage with big names, including progressive metal juggernauts Symphony X and long-time thrashers Overkill. Their new EP Fission Spectrum, out October 20, is their most intriguing work to date, with elements of tech heavy riffs in combination with melodic and atmospheric soundscapes.

The new EP Fission Spectrum is available for previews! Please contact Cait at cait.mcmahon@NuEchoMedia.com for details.

For more information visit http://www.NuEchoMedia.com or email us info@NuEchoMedia.com

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