1. Storms of Eradication 4:18
2. Sworn To Erase The Scourge 4:32
3. Apparitions 5:03

Same programm both sides


Special limitation to 100 cassettes

Promo video


Koroidia uses Rotosound Exclusively and are supported by Rotosound Strings USA.
Koroidia exclusively plays B.C. Rich Guitars
Recorded at The Vulture’s Roost
Engineered and Mixed by Cesar Placeres
Co-Engineered by Adrian Gonzalez
Mastered by Luke Gilfeather at The Mastering Studio
Backing vocals on “Storms of Eradication” by Cesar Placeres
Design, Layout, and Group Photography by Chris Placeres

Lineup: Ralf Varela (Guitars/Vocals)
Yasser Morales (Bass)
Adrian Gonzalez (Drums
Music and Lyrics By: Koroidia


Formed from the remnants of Hibernus Mortis Florida death metallers Koroidia have been doing the rounds on the US death metal scene. I really enjoyed their last EP “Wrath Abomination”. I loved the slow introduction on ‘The Gorgon’ and the way they used samples from the classic ‘Clash Of The Titans’ movie, especially the sound of Medusa’s tail…
read full review @BRUTALISM.COM

Joe Denby

Dos años después de su MCD debut “Wrath Abomination”, la banda de Florida KOROIDIA nos ofrece su nuevo EP “Apparitions” está vez de nuevo grabado por ellos en su estudio local y ofreciéndonos 3 nuevas composiciones….
read full review @NECROMANCE

Luis Martinez

Attention, Florida-Death Metal-Fans! The three Americans KOROIDIA (Greek for “mockery”) also firing straight on their second EP without any flourish, no compromises and get directly to the point. The sharp riffing, transparent base-play, grooving drums and classical Death Metal-Vocals reminded me straight away of “When The Sky Turns Black” by Brutality and especially “Millennium” by Monstrosity – references rarely mentioned today which also shows how timeless this trio acts. The string-section doesn’t consist of newbies as well, proving its talent since the late 90ies at the insider-cult-band Hibernus, breathing the classic US-Death Metal Spirit 100 percent. It’s a pitty that this Three-Song-Riff-Massacre already ends after barely 15 minutes. Where is the album?