SMOUDLER Times of Obscene Evil

Smoulder’s debut album “Times of Obscene Evil and Wild Daring” is one of the most promising debut offerings from any band in 2019. The band comes from Canada and they have variation of different traditional HM style well-crafted in their own musical structure. And since we are taking any chance to present some old school…

PROTECTOR Anthems and Pandemonium

We are proud to present you one more band Protector (Germany) on Metal Sound pages. Of course, as always expect some traditional heavy metal stuff. And although Protector are veterans they still have very aggressive sound and devoted style! Although that protector is one veteran band please could you get us some info about the…

VULTURE Ghastly Waves & Battered Graves

Here we have the second full length of Deutsch speed metal lunatics Vulture entitled Ghastly Waves & Battered Graves, and I must say at the very beginning that I am happy to see this band on Metal Blade who picked up this hot name to give them recognition they rightfully deserve. Vulture is relatively new…

KULL Take Heart and Steel

Maudling brothers have returned with a brand new band, after the long-time pause with from latest Bal-Sagoth full-length. Those who have already followed the path of Bal-Sagoth are quite aware of the idea and existence of such a band and project already for soem years. So, here we are 13 years after the final Bal-Sagoth’s…

Darkened Nocturn Slaughtercult The Boundless Beast

German based black metallers Darkened Nocturn Slaughtercult are finally back with their brand new effort more or less after six years of waiting. Now we have the opportunity, for the very first time, to have one interview with them and to learn more about DNS activities during their past existence… After 6 years of pause…

KULL Exile

If you ever wondered how the next studio album of mighty Bal-Sagoth could sound I guess that Kull is the answer. Well, the debut album from bothers Maudling (who stands actually behind the music of Bal-Sagoth) actually sounds like the second part of ”The Chthonic Chronicles”. Furthermore, some songs like ”A Summoning of War” really…