#ShortOnes XXVII #UndergroundRecos

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Hello there,

Last Saturday of this month… It’s only me that has the sensation that time is “running” so damn fast? Damn… It looks that was yesterday the first day of September… Anyway… Let me “talk” about music cause that… As for that, I’m here.

Hope you enjoy my recos.

Band: Teitan
Title: Vákuum
Label: Void Wanderer Productions & Onism Productions (CD) / Zwaertgevegt (MC)
Release date: 15 September 2021
Country: Netherlands
Format reviewed: High-quality Digital Recording

When I got this promo I already knew about this release, so I was a bit excited to get it and of course, listen to it. And… Not disappointed. What we have here is a very good Black Metal album that managed to mix a bit (only a bit in this case) the “Traditional” Black Metal part with a LOT of experimental or avantgarde Black Metal. Devi Hisgen, the mastermind behind this one-man band made an amazing work. This is a very good album/release and you need to check it.

Band: Runespell
Title: Verses in Regicide
Label: Iron Bonehead Productions
Release date: 10 September 2021
Country: Australia
Format reviewed: High-quality Digital Recording

Two years have already passed since the previous album, and… Runespell manages to release a very good album in my opinion. The “atmosphere” in the album is something special, something that grabbed me by the balls from the first song until the last one. Congratulations on that. Check them.

Band: Svartulven
Title: Ruins of Desolation, Transcendence for the Other Side
Label: The Chalice Productions (Digipack) / Dark Terror Temple (MC)
Release date: Between September and October
Country: Greece
Format reviewed: High-quality Digital Recording

Surrounded by a little mystery Svartulven will release the first album with no official release day (yet). I found some influences here and there, can’t deny it, and to be honest (at least in my opinion) the bands that I know moving inside the Occult, Esoteric, Dark Arts, etc, sound a bit similar. It’s bad? No, no way. Cause all the bands (the majority) that I know, do it in an excellent way. Svartulven is one of those bands. Trust me. Svartulven does it very well. But I also have to say another thing. Even if I found influences here and there I also managed to find a personal touch and that is the hardest part for the bands inside this Black Metal side.

Don’t forget to support the bands and labels.

The Key Keeper 666

**Please support the underground! It’s vital to the future of our genre.

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