#ShortOnes XLVIII #UndergroundRecos

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Hello there,

The week passed and to be honest, some days looked so fast, others so slow. It was a mix of sensations related to time. But, luckily my beloved music helped a lot to pass the “dead” time… For that and I don’t know why the majority of the music played was Brutal Death Metal or Technical Death Metal and related music. Moods…

Band: Godless Truth
Title: Godless Truth
Label: Transcending Obscurity Records
Release date: 04 March 2022
Country: Czechia
Format reviewed: High-quality Digital Recording

Oh my… I remember this band from the end of the 90s and the beginning of the 00s. Cmon, I’m really that old? Nah. Not old… More accurate. Ahahahahah. Let me return to the band… This album is a very good one, with many highlights, very good passages, a lot of weight, strong songs. Check them if you don’t know them.

Band: Crown Magnetar
Title: Alone in Death
Label: Unique Leader
Release date: 25 March 2022
Country: USA
Format reviewed: High-quality Digital Recording

Do you want to know what is one kind of pure devastation with no mercy full of brutality? Well… Just listen to this EP and you will know it. Even if they have the “core” part mixed (and I don’t like that mix) in their songs this EP is really good.

Band: Pestilength
Title: Basom Gryphos
Label: Nuclear Winter / Sentient Ruin / Goat Throne
Release date: 07 March 2022
Country: Basque Country
Format reviewed: High-quality Digital Recording

Born in 2018, releasing the first demo in 2019, and releasing now the second album and what a very damn good album. Very obscure and dirty rotten Death Metal but with such good quality. Really. You need to check this band.

Band: Cryptivore
Title: Celestial Extinction
Label: Bitter Loss Records
Release date: 15 March 2022
Country: Australia
Format reviewed: High-quality Digital Recording

After the demo released in 2017 that had 2 reissues with different labels ( 2018-Blood Harvest (MC) and 2019-Dawning Septic Productions & Vaginal Autopsy Records (Digipack)), finally the first album. Yes. I did like the demo (I have the digipack version, it has 3 bonus tracks) but this album… Is even better, more mature. Check the band.

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The Key Keeper 666

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