#ShortOnes LXXXVI #UndergroundRecos

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Hello there,

Here we are in the last week of November… Yes, that is true, and next week will start December… The last month of this year and we notice we will celebrate a new year. Time just… Ran so damn fast this year… Anyway, I’m here to give you some recos… So my travel around the world started in Scandinavia, went down to France and returned home…

Check my recos…

Band: Förgjord
Title: Ruumissaarna pt. 1
Label: Werewolf Records
Release date: 25 November 2022
Country: Finland
Format reviewed: High-quality Digital Recording

If you know this band and you like them, you will also like this release. If you know them only recently you will like this release (but check the previous releases). If you don’t know the band… Well, this release is a very good reason for you to start listening to and checking the previous releases too. The band plays very good Black Metal with an “in your face” attitude and this album “kills”. Check them.

Band: Kampfar
Title: Til Klovers Takt
Label: Indie Recordings
Release date: 11 November 2022
Country: Norway
Format reviewed: High-quality Digital Recording

I really hope you’ve already given this album a listen. Unfortunately, only this week I manage that. I admit that the previous album was just listened to one or two times by myself. So, after I listened to this album several times, I gave a few listens to the previous one… This album… Well… Is a very damn good album and gave me wishes to see Kampfar again. I loved the last show of them in my country. Give one listen, to this album and enjoy a very good Pagan Black Metal.

Band: Sépulcre
Title: Cursed Ways of Sheol
Label: Invictus Productions
Release date: 25 November 2022
Country: France
Format reviewed: High-quality Digital Recording

After one demo, now an EP, and the second release from this very good Death Metal. You need to check this band and the Old School Death Metal played by them. Is strong, can be obscure, dirty, and mixed with the late 80s’ and beginning of 90s’ Death Metal. The cadence of the songs, and the tempo changes. A very good damn release. Unfortunately (in the good sense), only four songs… I want the first album asap.

Don’t forget to support the bands and labels.

The Key Keeper 666

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