After releasing their comeback EP “Koma:Redux” a few months ago, Cold In May return with a brand new EP on the fine label SkyQode titled “Isolation Songs”. “Isolation Songs” is a 3-track EP with brand new tracks written shortly after the surprise release of “Koma:Redux” in early March. The new songs retain all that trademark feel and sound that made Cold In May an interesting act in the first place.
The band was started in 2006 by music producer Ars Nikonov, who is also known for many other projects like Fury Weekend, Diversant:13, FLA Vector, etc. With 3 well-received albums and hits like “Halo of the Gone” – which raked over a million views on YouTube – Cold In May went on a prolonged hiatus for four long years in 2016. But they are back.
You can listen to the EP below or download it here.
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