| Bassist, vocalist, lyricist|
Pestilence, Asphyx, Comecon, Bolt Thrower, Hail of Bullets, Grand Supreme Blood Court
Asphyx (1991 – 1992)
Testimony of the Ancients, Spheres, III: The Rommel Chronicles, Consuming Impulse, Obsideo
Ed Warby, Patrick Mameli, Karl Willetts, Tony Choy, Dave Ingram
Martin van Drunen Wikipedia
Martin van Drunen (Born 1966, Uden) is a Dutch death metal vocalist, who started out in the band Pestilence. In this band, he also performed the bass duties live. He recorded two albums with them, Malleus Maleficarum and Consuming Impulse. After his departure from Pestilence, he joined Asphyx as the singer and bass player in 1990. For this band he recorded two albums as well. He performed the vocals on Comecon's second album Converging Conspiracies in 1993 and then formed his own band called Submission. In 1995, he was asked to replace Karl Willetts in the UK death metal band Bolt Thrower. He did two tours with them, but never recorded an album.
In 2006 an 'all star' death metal band by the name Hail of Bullets was formed with van Drunen doing vocals, ex-Houwitser bass player Theo van Eekelen, Gorefest drummer Ed Warby and both Thanatos guitarists Paul Baayens and Stephan Gebédi. In May 2008 they released an album called …Of Frost and War. In 2009 van Drunen performed guest vocals on The Project Hate MCMXCIX's album The Lustrate Process. In October 2010, Hail of Bullets released their second album On Divine Winds.
In death metal genre, Martin is very well known for his unique approach to vocals. He uses a higher pitched death growl, something that many fans describe as 'tortured screams' or 'screaming cries'. Because of that, he is one of the most well known death metal vocalists.