Trieste was part of Austria-Hungary in the period 1867–1918 and was the main port of the double monarchy, but also the center of literature and music. More than 100 years after the band Tytus from Trieste deliver some of the music from Trieste.
Tytus do not re-invent music. They plays heavy metal in the glorious tradition of bands like early Metallica, Thin Lizzy, Iron Maiden, Black Sabbath and Megadeth, have reissued their sophomore album Rain After Drought on June 20th 2019, in a 12″ LP vinyl limited to 250 copies (100 splatter / 150 black). The song Disobey,
Rain After Drought features 10 songs heavily influenced by NWOBHM and early Speed/Thrash Metal; cover artwork by Solo Macello known from his work with Mastodont, High On Fire, Deftones, E. Morricone and many more. Tytus have been around for five years now, and Rain After Drought came three years after the debut album Rises. Tytus describe their music style as, New Wave Of Traditional Heavy Metal. The track The Storm That killed Us All,