Long-Running Heavy Metal Act Kryptos Release Track From 6th Full Length [India]

Man…it’s so awesome to see bands formed in the 90’s still fucking killing it in 2021. Not only killing it, but sticking to their guns with the music that they created when they started out. There is so much authenticity in that. Indian heavy metal band Kryptos is prime example of a band that doesn’t give a fuck about anything but the music they create. You look at that press photo the band just recently released and see those high tops, the leather pants, the leather jackets, the not to Judas Priest with that motorcycle placement, and instantly you know this band isn’t just cos-playing this shit, this is who they are.


Kryptos was formed in 1998 and have released FIVE, read that again – FIVE, albums in their time together. Late last night they released a track off their upcoming brand new album ‘Force of Danger’.

Before you blast this heavy 70’s/80’s metal lovefest, read up on the release from the band themselves:

“Whip out the spikes and leather metalheads. We’re back with a blistering new album titled ‘FORCE OF DANGER’ that goes straight for the jugular and takes no prisoners. Our 6th album will feature 8 razor sharp tracks of raging, cybernetic heavy metal in the finest vein of Judas Priest, Accept, Iron Maiden and Kreator, encased in futuristic, hi-tech art by Visual Amnesia and Subhuman Illustrations that recalls the thrilling days of 80’s and 90’s sci-fi action. It’s time to prepare for termination because this metal juggernaut is coming in for the kill!”

The label handling release duties, AFM Records had this to add:

“It doesn’t get any more “classic” than India’s KRYPTOS as they deliver their trademark old school heavy metal sound full of conviction, power and passion. Fans of Judas Priest, Accept and Mercyful Fate, raise your fists into the night and give in to the “Force Of Danger”!”

Place your orders now – HERE.

Congrats to the dudes in Kryptos!


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