#ShortOnes XXII #UndergroundRecos

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Hello there,

This week went fast, at least in my perspective. Busy one. No easy to be honest, but I manage… Well… I think. Ahahahahah.

Hope you can enjoy my choices for today.

Band: Evoking Winds
Title: Towards Homestead
Label: Independent
Release date: 10 August 2021
Country: Belarus
Format reviewed: High-quality Digital Recording

Do you know that feeling when you look for one album cover and you can imagine the music style? Well, that happens a lot to me and with this cover album I did predict the correct style. The band plays Atmospheric Black Metal with some folk touches here and there. Not a masterpiece I must admit, but is a very pleasant and very easy album to listen to. Check them.

Band: Krigsgrav
Title: The Sundering
Label: Wise Blood Records
Release date: 06 August 2021
Country: USA
Format reviewed: High-quality Digital Recording

Ohhhhh… New album from this band. They play a mix of Black Metal in a melodic way with some… Hmmmm… Melodic Death Metal with some Doom Metal touches here and there. Interesting release to be honest. Check them.

Band: Ominous Conclusions
Title: The Outsider
Label: Independent
Release date: 20 August 2021
Country: France
Format reviewed: High-quality Digital Recording

Hailing from France I got this promo and I decided to check it. It’s an instrumental release with a lot of darkness behind it and according to the EPK Lovecraft-inspired. I would love to listen to this with voice, maybe could sound interesting or not, who knows. I did enjoy it if is only and 3 track EP. Check it.

Band: Vassago
Title: Storm of Satan
Label: Nuclear War Now! Productions
Release date: 01 August 2021
Country: Sweden
Format reviewed: High-quality Digital Recording

I knew just one band with this name, from the Phillipines. When I saw the promo pack I went to check and… Well, this band is from Sweden and totally new to me. They play a Black Death Metal with some keys. I did enjoy it. It’s brutal and at the same time catchy. A very good surprise. Check them.

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The Key Keeper 666

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