#ShortOnes LXXXIV #UndergroundRecos

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Hello there,

How was your week? All good? Well, I really hope so.
Let me start to write my words and give you, or try, some good releases that will be released this month.

Check my recos…

Band: Devilpriest
Title: In Repugnant Adoration
Label: Odium Records
Release date: 12 November 2022
Country: Poland
Format reviewed: High-quality Digital Recording

The two members of this band are musicians that know what to do and the band they still play or played are known, at least to me (hope if you don’t know, check them). Devilpriest is that proof. A very good tribute to the Death Black Metal scene in the 90s’. Very good riffs, very well-structured songs, very good breaks, and tempo changes. I really advise this band.

Band: Diĝir Gidim
Title: The Celestial Macrocosmic Scale and the Shimmering Path of the Supreme Regulator
Label: Aeternitas Tenebrarum Musicae Fundamentum
Release date: 18 November 2022
Country: Italy
Format reviewed: High-quality Digital Recording

If you are following this label you will know that already released many good releases. Diĝir Gidim and their last album will be one more. The band plays Black Metal in a very traditional way, even if melodic sometimes and mixed with a lot of obscurities and very well-done passages. The mix and the changes of tempo create even more very good moments in this release. The songs are long but never boring. You need to check them.

Band: Encryptment
Title: Dödens födsel
Label: Nuclear Winter Records
Release date: 11 November 2022
Country: Sweden
Format reviewed: High-quality Digital Recording

Boooooommmmmm. A bomb exploded. What a devastation this album is. Very good Death Metal with Grindcore mixed. An album that deserves to be listened to by all fans of Death Metal and also Grindcore. It’s strong, fast, also melodic, with very good tempo changes, a sick voice, and very good. Check it.

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The Key Keeper 666

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