“The biggest change for me happened when I started doing warm-ups” – Cabal frontman Andreas Bjulver discusses his journey as a metal vocalist

Author Arto Mäenpää - 17.11.2022

Danish deathcore dynamite Cabal released their latest “Magno Interitus” album on October 21st through Nuclear Blast Records. The album which is the Dane’s most daring work to date is armed with relentless brutality and Copenhagen’s most visceral metal export are set to shake the scene to it’s foundations.

Singer Andreas Bjulver described the latest album from the band as following:

“We are beyond excited to finally let ‘Magno Interitus’ loose upon the world. This album is very special to us, as it sees us push the boundaries for what CABAL as a band can do, and we couldn’t be more proud of it. It’s also our very first release through Nuclear Blast, which makes it even more special to us. We hope that all of our existing and new listeners will welcome our newest creation with open arms, and we hope to see a bunch of you all celebrating this release with us on the upcoming Never Say Die tour”.

Chaoszine sat down with Andreas Bjulver right before the release of “Magno Interitus” and discussed about his journey as a metal frontman. How did he became a singer in the band and what were his main influences when he started growling and screaming? You will find the answers below:

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You can check out Cabal‘s latest “Magno Interitus” album full below: