#ShortOnes CIV #UndergroundRecos

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Hello there,

Here I’m again, after a very busy week. Even so, I tried to listen to as much music as I could, in order to give me “strength” to continue. It helped. A lot to be honest. As you could see or saw in the past week, the article is a bit different. Well, it’s only one thing, to be honest. The cover of the release is bigger. Decided to try it, and IMO it looks better, so, let it stay this way. Ahahahahahahah. The music that I listened to during this week, was on the “random” option on Bandcamp. Just wrote a tag and I choose by the look. Ahahahahah

So, check my recos…

Band: Hyngwar
Title: Eternal Glory
Label: Independent
Release date: 02 March 2022
Country: Sweden
Format reviewed: High-quality Digital Recording

A good surprise this One Man band from Sweden. Not an amazing thing or a spectacular release, but I did like it, and for me is all that matters. The Black Metal played by this person (Rgnr) behind it is direct and raw. The vocals are sick, more related to screams to be honest instead of the singing way and with effects on it. Not bad, not trve for some, but… I like it. Hope the person behind this band, releases more in the near future in order to listen.

Band: Svält
Title: Offer
Label: Independent
Release date: 23 June 2021
Country: Sweden
Format reviewed: High-quality Digital Recording

I WANT MORE. Yes, This release is really good. Unfortunately only two songs, but they are good. The band’s sound is like a mix of fast raw Black Metal together with mid-tempo riffs, mixing Armagedda and Khold in the same place and quality is getting out from my speakers. It was on the repeat mode while I could. Check them.

Band: Hersir
Title: Hateful Draugar
Label: Independent
Release date: 14 March 2023
Country: Sweden
Format reviewed: High-quality Digital Recording

One of the good things when “surfing” on the net (so old expression, ahahah) is that we find so good bands and some, related to bands we already know and like. In this case, I found out that Grim Vindkall, the musician behind all instruments is also part of Domgård, it was on Cursed 13 (R.I.P.) and it was or still is (this I couldn’t confirm) of Grá, playing live. The vocalist was in Zobibor, a new discovery for me. So, with names like those, I think you can expect what I have here. Yes, Black Metal. Was a good surprise. Yes, it was, and cause of that decided to share it. Check them.

Don’t forget to support the bands and labels.

The Key Keeper 666

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