#ShortOnes LXI #UndergroundRecos

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Hello there,

Another week passed and we are in June. Yes, that is true. So let us talk about music.

Check my few recos…

Band: Intoxicated
Title: Watch You Burn
Label: Seeing Red Records
Release date: 24 June 2022
Country: USA
Format reviewed: High-quality Digital Recording

There are bands when you read the band’s name you can get +/- the style played. Well, the majority of the cases. In this particular one, I could. It’s a Thrash Metal band a very good one. Very good Thrash Metal with Old Fashion style touches but in the majority more with an actual style. It’s a good album and you need to check it.

Band: Pestifer
Title: Age of Disgrace
Label: XenoKorp
Release date: 03 June 2022
Country: Belgium
Format reviewed: High-quality Digital Recording

To start… This is not a new album but a reissue of the first album released in 2010. Why do labels still do it? Thankfully they do, at least in my opinion. The reasons are too many to mention in my opinion. But what matters is that this band is good and so is this album, even if they play a music style that I don’t listen to much. They are moving inside the Technical Death Metal world. Check them.

Band: Serpent Spawn
Title: Crypt of Torment
Label: Iron Bonehead Productions
Release date: 24 June 2022
Country: Germany
Format reviewed: High-quality Digital Recording

Ready for some old Fashion Death Metal music in the way of old Deicide and/or Malevolent Creation? Well, if you are, this EP will be one of this year’s favorite releases. Unfortunately is only an EP but it is so damn good. The guys behind this band… They know what they are doing… Even if two guy of the trio are more related to Grindcore. At least in my opinion.

Band: Lament in Winter’s Night
Title: At the Gates of the Eternal Storm
Label: Hells Handbangers Records
Release date: 24 June 2022
Country: Australia
Format reviewed: High-quality Digital Recording

And another one. Not a new release. It’s a reissue. This album is good and deserves all reissues. Even if not the first one and probably not the last one. The future will tell. If you are into the Raw Black Metal (and this one very very very very good), grab one copy for you.

Don’t forget to support the bands and labels.

The Key Keeper 666

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