#BAZUndergroundUpdates LXXX

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Another Tuesday is upon us, and you all just know there is no escaping our writers Julia Katrin and Tom Boatman here with another installment of the everlasting The Underground Updates!

So, let’s see what’s out there…

PORTRAYAL OF GUILT From the upcoming album Christfucker¸out on November 5th via Run For Cover Records, Post Hardcore/Sludge Metal group Portrayal of Guilt has given us the pleasure of getting one of the tracks beforehand, and so you can head over here to check out …Where the Suffering never Ends now with an official music video! Make sure to head over here as well to pre-order LP/DC/CS/Digital!

ANTRE Should you find yourself in the area of Nottingham next month, make sure you check out The Old Salutation Inn, as Antre plans on having their next gig over there on November 10th! And bring some dough in order to get your hands on some good-looking merch available while the show goes on!

GURTHANG Taken from the upcoming 7th full length album Hearts of the Hallow, we are now being given a real treat as the Polish black/doom metal band Gurthang premiered the first official stream for the track Structures of Constriction a few days ago. The album will be released on November 26th via Immortal Frost Productions, and once you have headed over here to check out the track, you can head over here to place your album order!

BLACK LION RECORDS We never get enough of the Swedish label Black Lion Records, and we would of course like to include them this week by reminding you all that their October offer is still going strong! The offer includes a Name your Price on digital, as well as 25% off physical with the code autumn25. Oh and of course there is a free tracked shipment when the order consists of 3 or more CDs.

PUTREVORE Absolutely filthy Death Metal that you just can’t scrub off has found us in the form of Miasmal Monstrosity, the latest release from Putrevore on Spain’s Xtreem Music. You can listen to the album here where you’ll also find links to buy all the various formats of the newly released album, including limited vinyl.

CREEPING DEATH For Death Metal designed to smash your skull into ten thousand pieces, look no further for here come Creeping Death and their latest album The Edge of Existence, out now on MNRK Heavy. There are vinyl, CD and cassette versions to be had here where you can also enjoy the sledgehammer to the face of listening to the album.

NOCTURNAL GRAVES Just announced on Season of Mist for release on January 1st 2022 is An Outlaw’s Stant, the latest album from Australia’s Nocturnal Graves. Strap yourself in for some viciously grim Extreme Metal, blending elements of Death, Black and Thrash. The album can be pre-ordered here on three limited vinyl editions (alongside some related merch), you can also check out the preview track.

Having to pay gigantic sums for international postage is a real gear grinder. While it’s our default setting to link bandcamp pages in the case of new and pre-releases, we thought it would be helpful to add some online stores that might provide a useful alternative. So if you see a release you fancy, but it’s being sold in a far off land and you don’t want to fork out on exorbitant shipping, see if any of the links below can remedy the situation.

Dark Essence (Norway) Dark Essence (US)

Deathwish (EU) Deathwish (US)

eOne Heavy (EU) eOne Heavy (UK) eOne Heavy (US)

Ipecac (EU) Ipecac (US)

Napalm Records (Germany)

Prophecy Productions (Germany) Prophecy Productions (US)

Rough Trade (UK) Rough Trade (US)

Season of Mist (EU) Season of Mist (US)

Southern Lord (EU) Southern Lord (US)

Throne Records (World)

Transcending Obscurity (EU) Transcending Obscurity (US)

As always, we do encourage you to take advantage of offers and entertainment this week to brighten up (well, or You do know the drill by now, right? Take advantage of the offers and entertainment out there being presented to us to get us through the otherwise dull week and make sure to wash those horns!

By Julia Katrin and Tom Boatman

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