#ShortOnes XCVII #UndergroundRecos

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Hello there,

And here I’m to give you some recos. It was a crazy week, with many things happening at the same time, running (like always). But at least I had my beloved music near me.

Check my recos…

Band: Ad Omega
Title: Aphelic Ascent
Label: Drakkar Productions
Release date: 10 February 2023
Country: Italy
Format reviewed: High-quality Digital Recording

I have had the pleasure of knowing this band since they released their first EP. And since then, I’m trying to follow the band the best I can. The reason is just one, the music is good. The band manages to grab me and my ears too. It’s a band that you should listen to and support. At least that is my opinion. Check them.

Band: Dark Sanctuary
Title: Cernunnos
Label: Avantgarde Music
Release date: 17 March 2023
Country: France
Format reviewed: High-quality Digital Recording

I remember seeing the band’s name in some old magazines, sites, etc, over the years but never heard it till now, and damn… Did I wait for 27 years to listen to it? Damn… It’s not a Metal band to start, but that is not an excuse, at least to me. The band is moving inside the Neoclassical and Dark Wave. And to be honest… An amazing album and a wonderful journey through the songs released by this band. Check them.

Band: Tombstone
Title: To the Existence of Light
Label: Gutter Prince Cabal
Release date: 01 March 2023
Country: Indonesia
Format reviewed: High-quality Digital Recording

This young band from Indonesia released the second album, which I had the pleasure to listen to, and… I have to be honest. In the last 10 years (Not exaggerating) is the best band I had listen to from that country. The quality is good, the sound production is good too, and the song’s construction is very well achieved. Congratulations on that. So, all of you, you need to check this band. The band plays very good Black Metal. Check them, you will not regret it.

Don’t forget to support the bands and labels.

The Key Keeper 666

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