EKO - "Déficit d'Humanité"


What's New:

EKO Returns: French Fusion Revival - Groove and Brutal Force Collide!




Un Homme Cassé



Brace yourselves, metalheads, because EKO is back in town, and they're bringing the funk-fueled fury with their latest offering, "Deficit d'Humanité". It's like Rage Against The Machine and Lofofora had a love child, and it's ready to tear the roof off your speakers!
Hailing from the depths of Saint-Quentin in the Aisne region, EKO is a band on a mission. Since their inception in 2006, they've been blending rock, metal, reggae, and funk into a potent cocktail of musical rebellion. With two EPs under their belt, they've honed their sound to perfection, serving up funky grooves and hard-hitting lyrics that hit you right in the gut.
But in 2016, something changed. The funk got a little bit dirtier, the riffs a little bit heavier, and the attitude a whole lot fiercer. With influences like Rage Against The Machine and Lofofora leading the charge, EKO unleashed their "mini album," "Tout Ce Qu'On A", in 2017—a raw, unapologetic barrage of sonic aggression that left fans clamoring for more.
Now, as they gear up to drop "Deficit d'Humanité" upon the world, EKO is firing on all cylinders. The title track "Un Homme Cassé" gives us a taste of what's to come—a blistering assault on the senses that'll leave you gasping for air and reaching for the repeat button.
With Yann Decroix's powerful vocals, Yoann Barbaux's face-melting guitar work, Ludwig Barbaux's thunderous basslines, and Charly Lefevre's relentless drumming, EKO is a force to be reckoned with. And they're not content to stay cooped up in the studio, either. Catch them live at a festival near you and witness the fusion revolution in action!
With their blend of groove, aggression, and social consciousness, they're a breath of fresh air in a scene dominated by cookie-cutter bands. So crank up the volume, raise your fists, and let EKO take you on a musical journey you won't soon forget.