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Swedish outfit KOI can trace their origins back to 2001, when Patrik Andersson (guitars, vocals) and Markus Mönttinen (drums) started discussing forming a band. Various projects and school bands followed, and on the way Andersson encountered Eemu Ranta (guitars) which he formed a musical relationship with on the side. Around 2006 Joni Kaartinen (bass) and Roberd Palm (keyboards, piano) got involved as well, which eventually lead to the formation of KOI.

Expanding their musical palettes to reach beyond the metal style they initially explored, a musical foundation started settling. In 2010 this lead to the release of their first full length album: In Tomorrow Hid Yesterday. A few months later Koi were signed to Progress Records, who reissued their album in August 2010.

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3.28 | 21 ratings
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 In Tomorrow Hid Yesterday by KOI album cover Studio Album, 2010
3.28 | 21 ratings

In Tomorrow Hid Yesterday
Koi Crossover Prog

Review by Gooner
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3 stars A great debut from this new band out of Sweden. A lot of promise. Solid throughout. Points of reference would be Porcupine Tree, Pineapple Thief and RPWL. By no means is Koi a clone, though. The difference is this sounds a little more indie than the aforementioned bands with that special distinct Swedish sound. When I mention Porcupine Tree, I refer to their Delerium-years from the '90s when they were spacey. Koi rarely move into the metal territory that Porcupine Tree has adopted as of late. So, if you enjoyed your P-Tree without the metal; then this new Koi album is one to check out. One of the better debut albums of 2010. Recommended. 3.5 rating
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