The Choirs of Titan were born in late 2006. Brought together by their mutual love of late 60s and early 70s British blues, E.L. Grey and Mark Moody began writing and recording songs that would eventually be the groundwork for the bands sound.
Jake Krowkowski took over drumming duties in 2007, and the power trio has not looked back since. Jake's powerful drumming has provided a solid backbone to the carefully crafted groove infused riffs and licks of E.L Grey and Mark Moody.
Summoning the sounds of "Paranoid" era Black Sabbath, as well as newer groups such as the Black Keys, and Radio Moscow. The Choirs of Titan are a live act not to be missed.
The Choirs of Titan have just completed their new EP entitled "The Flood". The new release expands upon the sound laid down on the previous self titled EP, blending pounding guitar riffs with rich vocal melodies.
E.L. Grey - Vocals, Guitars
Mark Moody - Bass
Jake Krowkowski - Percussion
The Flood EP (2009)
1. The Flood
2. Butcher's Brisket
3. Saviors Wear White
Self Titled EP (2008)
New Music Spotlight October 2009 Edition
[+ Show ]
From the very moment one takes a listen to the track "Vessel" by Choirs of Titan, one can easily hea...From the very moment one takes a listen to the track "Vessel" by Choirs of Titan, one can easily hear elements of retro psychedelic 70s sound into the band's music. This happens to be one of the best parts to the music of Choirs of Titan. The other elements that make Choirs of Titan fun to listen to are the vocals of Elliot Grey which come out sounding aggressively passionate and seductive full of rage and harmonious noise.
Grey's insane guitar playing style which is full of electrifying pulsating magic will mesmerized music lovers. Mark's bass is another strong point to the band's music as well as Jacek's command of the drums which goes from melodic to chaotic in a matter of seconds. If you want to hear music that comes from the heart, then Choirs of Titan will simply blow you away.
Check out this recent interview with our Webzine that front man Elliot Grey of Choirs of Titan completed with us. Enjoy!
Band of the Month
[+ Show ]
Bands of the Month - Reviewed by Deborah Singer Who: Choirs of Titan What: An in-your-face,...Bands of the Month - Reviewed by Deborah Singer
Who: Choirs of Titan
What: An in-your-face, energetic, classic rock band.
On the Web: choirsoftitan.com
Sounds Like: Kings of Leon
Standout Single: “Vessel”
A typical set runs about 30 minutes of all original music. Shorter or longer sets can also be provided if given the time.