"What's cool about this band is it's something a little different and far removed of the many Dream Theater clones of the world."
- Record Heaven -
KONG follows its own path, as it has done for almost 25 years now. Several changes in line-up and a seven-year breather, after which the much acclaimed album “What It Seems Is What You Get” (2009) was released, did not detract from KONG’s musical singularity. Like a miraculous mathematical formula in which varying numbers surprisingly lead to the very same outcome.
Tijs Keverkamp: guitar
David Kox: guitar
Mark Drillich: bass
Oscar Alblas: drums
"One can't even begin to describe the style which KONG is playing, because it doesn't exist yet, they invented it. It's labeled here as progressive metal but that's a bit rough, try adding some industrial/techno sounds with hypnotic psychedelic rock. And not the old boring Pink Floyd psychedelic, I'm talking Ozric Tentacles psychedelic here. "
- Metallum ecyclopedia -