Tag: Storm Over a Black Sea

Review: “Storm Over a Black Sea” by Ysgaroth

Originally starting life as a Black Metal studio project from multi instrumentalist Kurt Steigler that wasn’t meant to be taken too seriously, Ysgaroth evolved over time as so many do, with the desire to perform the bands creations live. Steigler (guitar/vocals) was joined by Steve Cuddington (drums) and Shawn Hillman (bass) and with them the

Bootleg: “Altar of Scars” from Ysgaroth!

…with “Storm Over a Black Sea” from Ysgaroth about to break, this rendition of “Altar of Scars” from the Vancouver Progressive Extreme Metallers at The Astoria in Vancouver Canada seems to be perfectly timed. The band are a trio, so we’re wondering who the second guitarist is. If we were betting, our money would be

NEWS: Ysgaroth march “Forward Unto Death”!

Initially starting life as Kurt Steigler’s Black Metal studio project, Ysgaroth grew Extreme Metal wings with a desire to perform the songs live and with Steve Cuddington (drums) and Shawn Hillman (bass) on board the band have set 13th November 2020 for their debut record “Storm Over a Black Sea” to be unleashed from their Canadian

NEWS: Ysgaroth prepare us for the “Storm Over a Black Sea”!

Vancouver’s Ysgaroth are releasing their debut album “Storm Over a Black Sea” on 13th November and it is rife with vicious riffs and thought-provoking atmosphere. The first single to entice listeners is “Sacred”, which contains a simple message: despite its imperfections, life is beautiful. The world we’ve been given is an amazing thing that should be protected and celebrated, and