GOATWHORE Those Who Denied God’s Will

Greetings Goatwhore and welcome to the pages of Metal Sound! How are you doing these days? Doing quite well, thanks. We are getting ready to hit the road with Venom Inc. in a few weeks. It’s going to be great to start playing more of this new material live. The main reason for this interview…

PORTRAIT To Die For

Swedish occult heavy metal maniacs Portrait are back with their fourth full length aptly titled Burn the World, and as usual they have come up with one stunning album. We just had to get them for the interview to find out all the information about this release… Please, could you tell us something more about…

DAWN OF DISEASE Fleshless Journey

For the very first time we’ve a chance to present German based melodic death metal troop Dawn of Disease. These Germans have so far released and recorded four studio album and they’ve also just issued their brand new offering. So, we have done one talk with their memeber Lukas in order to present the band…

PARADISE LOST Medusa

Medusa could stand as a squeal to A Plague Within. More or less both records have the similar music base and idea so I guess that one could listen these two records in continuity. Both albums have significant touch from earlier PL career, but as far as I can notice Meduse is even more based…

ENSIFERUM Two Paths

Finnish heroes of folk metal Ensiferum are back with their seventh full length entitled Two Paths but there are not crossroads or different paths to be found on this offering – Ensiferum are firmly continuing down the path they have set decades ago now. Folk metal of their ilk has been true boom some time…

PORTRAIT Burn The World

Swedish purveyors of true diabolical Heavy Metal Portrait are back with their fourth full length entitled Burn The World, three years have passed since their previous excellent album Crossroads and those of you who have already met Portrait can count on that they will now change their vision of musical art. No cheap gimmicks, no…

ATTIC A Serpent in the Pulpit

After five long years of silence ATTIC has made a come back with their second offering Sanctimonious. technically speaking they have continue with the style that has marked their debut record The Invocation which wa indeed a great piece of art. But, yet a brand new record Sanctimonious is much more concept album both music-wise and lyrical-wise,…