AMORPHIS Queen of Time

A brand new offering from Amorphis sounds incredibly good, refreshing but also somehow nostalgic… Well, after the return of Olli-Pekka Laine the final link is there, the circle is complete, so in a way latest Amorphis sounds something that could easily stand between Barren Earth and newer Amorphis. So, the old core is there again…

BATTLEROAR Epic Metal to The End!

Well, since Metal Sound is already known by supporting traditional heavy metal bands I guess that it was just time to have review and interview that will include Battleroar on our pages. Of course, quite a big role there was played since the band did not released any latest offerings so i guess 2018 was…

BATTLEROAR Codex Epicus

Greek epic metal heroes Battleroar are forging their name in the scene with series of mighty albums one step at a time and the fact that they have 5 full lengths in 18 years of band’s existence should tell you that they are releasing new music only when they have something to say regardless of…

COR SCORPII Ruin

Unique creation of never forgotten Walfar called Windir is still missed all around the metal globe but there are two bands that are still carrying the torch of Sognametal among the fans. Of course, Vreid is more popular among them but we should not forget about the troop of former Windir keyboard player Gaute Refsnes…

MIST

Well, Mist is a doom newcomer that comes from Slovenia a former republic of Yugoslavia 🙂 Actually, the band is indeed interesting one since it has a lot of ladies in the band. I could even compare them with band Jenner from Serbia since both bands have a sort of (International) success by playing traditional…

PRIMORDIAL Exile Amongst the Ruins

It was 23th April, during one wet but hot day, when we’ve just escaped the spring-rain and enter the venue where Primordial and Moonsorrow should make their performance that particular evening. The first person that I met in venue was Alan Averill, charismatic leader of Promordial. There, in the rooms of venue we had one…

RHAPSODY Warriors of Ice

Just a few days ago I was able to visit Budapest to witness Rhapsody’s farewell tour. The show was sold out and the venue full of crowd. In fact, I was hoping that Luca Turilli will somehow continue with the band, in one way or another, to play some Rhapsody songs, but it seems that…