#ShortOnes LXXXV #UndergroundRecos

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Hello there,

It’s hard to believe but it’s true. November already passed the first half and soon we will be in December. Our lives are running and we try to enjoy it the best we can, of course, we have up and downs, life is not only roses. At least we have our beloved metal music.

Check my recos…

Band: Karg
Title: Resignation
Label: AOP Records
Release date: 25 November 2022
Country: Austria
Format reviewed: High-quality Digital Recording

This release played many times in several places, on my stereo, car, headphones, and cellphone too, and even if the discrepancy between all of them, the album is amazingly good. The atmosphere created is beautiful. The quality of the songs and the “mood” changes are just stunning. Very good indeed. Check it.

Band: Licht des Urteils
Title: Uhraamo
Label: Purity Through Fire
Release date: 04 November 2022
Country: Finland
Format reviewed: High-quality Digital Recording

Are you ready for pure Finnish Raw Fast Black Metal? Well, if you are, this is for you. Since I’m a big fan of this kind of Black Metal, I mean, from Finland and the way they approach Black Metal, I was happy and excited too when I got this promo. No surprises and any innovation here. Just “simple” Finnish Black Metal, but very damn good. I really loved this album and it played all over the past week many many many times. Check them.

Band: Mist Of Misery
Title: Severance
Label: Non Serviam Records
Release date: 04 November 2022
Country: Sweden
Format reviewed: High-quality Digital Recording

After a long path together with the previous label, Mist of Misery is now in a new label, and to be honest, with this album they started on the right foot. Not saying that the previous ones were bad, not at all. Very good ones. What do we have here is Symphonic Black Metal, even if I’m not a big fan of it, this band since the first hearing managed to grab my attention. You need to listen to this album.

Don’t forget to support the bands and labels.

The Key Keeper 666

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