KULL (formerly Bal-Sagoth) announces debut album: Exile

Symphonic Black Metal

In the wake of the mighty Bal-Sagoth’s epilogue, KULL was forged by four members of Bal-Sagoth (all except for Byron), together with Dyscaphia’s guitarist and composer Tarkan (vocals in Kull). Epic symphonic black metaller KULL strongly follow the musical tradition already established by the Maudling brothers during their tenure in Bal-Sagoth.

Debut album, Exile, presents us a memorable journey through intrinsic melodies and obscure atmosphere, all orchestrated by Chris Maudling and Jonny Maudling with sharp production, mixed and mastered at Wayland’s Forge. Originally planned as the 7th Bal-Sagoth album, Exile’s music not only inherits all the greatness from the members’ former glories, but also injects new blood into the mix with the addition of new soldier, elevating the music to yet a higher level.

Exile sees its release on April 30th on CD format under the banner of Black Lion Records.

01. Imperial Dawn
02. Set-Nakt-Heh
03. Vow of the Exiled
04. A Summoning to War (Dea Bellorum Invicta)
05. Horde’s Ride
06. An Ensign Consigned
07. Pax Imperialis
08. By Lucifer’s Crown (Lapis Exillis)
09. Of Stone and Tears
10. Aeolian Supremacy:  Wrath of the Anemoi
11. Of Setting Suns and Rising Moons

Tarkan Alp – Vocals 
Chris Maudling – Guitars 
Jonny Maudling – Keyboards/synths 
Alistair MacLatchy – Bass 
Paul “Wak” Jackosn – Drums

Pre-Order here 

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