Releases his Debut album “Beyond Raging Thunder”

Poised to gallop into the international heavy metal arena, the Indian band MUSTANG is thrilled to announce their debut album “Beyond Raging Thunder”, set for release on September 7, 2023, through Fighter Records. MUSTANG, hailing from Kolkata, India, has been stoking the fires of traditional and Speed Metal with deep and unwavering commitment since their inception in 2015.

This seminal release, a blend of raw energy and refined technique, encapsulates MUSTANG’s musical journey and evolution. The album expands upon their initial Speed Metal roots, offering a diverse spectrum of sound that includes lightning-fast tracks, soulful ballads, and solo-driven traditional Metal fuels. With eight originals, an instrumental intro, and a cover of Judas Priest’s “Ram it Down”, “Beyond Raging Thunder” is an all-encompassing package for classic Metal enthusiasts.

Their singles “Terror Striker” and “Black Steel”, along with live performances, have already garnered worldwide recognition and praise from legends in the Metal community. These tracks exemplify MUSTANG’s dedication to impactful and memorable songwriting, a signature attribute that persists throughout the upcoming album.


The production of “Beyond Raging Thunder” was a labor of love and a testament to MUSTANG’s commitment to their craft. Vocalist Arijit Dutta teamed up with Jan Loncik and Dennis Koehne for production duties, adding an international flair to the record. The album was mixed at the Rich Hobo Studios in Calgary, Canada, and mastered in Dortmund, Germany, giving it a polished and high-quality sound.

The band has built a dedicated following in Western markets, and to capitalize on this, they plan to promote their debut album extensively through tours in India, South Asia, and Western countries. MUSTANG is dedicated to bringing their unique blend of speed and traditional metal to a global audience, with an unflinching dedication to their craft that is sure to leave a lasting impression.

Por Seven Rock Radio


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