#ShortOnes CXXI #UndergroundRecos

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Hello there,

And… Yes, it’s true, we arrive in September. Autumn is near, but to be honest that doesn’t mean anything at all, cause everything around us is a big mess. The seasons almost or already disappeared. the 4 seasons are more and more a myth or a legend… Anyway… Let me start with my recos for today…

So, check my recos…

Band: Belial’s Throne
Title: Forgotten Land of the Lost Souls
Label: Spread Evil Productions
Release date: 01 September 2023
Country: Ireland
Format reviewed: High-quality Digital Recording

After a good first release, the EP “Pavor Nocturnus” the Iriah band Belial’s Throne is back and this time with the first album. The band managed to record a very damn good Black Metal. The cadence and the atmosphere plus the very good riffs made this album a very good one. Lovers of Black Metal should, well, you must listen to this album. You will not regret it.

Band: Black Pestilence
Title: Chaotic Wisdom
Label: Independent
Release date: 08 September 2023
Country: Canada
Format reviewed: High-quality Digital Recording

I remember seeing the logo or some images or even some covers from this band but… So, I heard this album, and oh my. Very energetic, very addicted, melodic and fast, with groove and mid tempo. This album is very well balanced and the tempo changes are very well done and the music, managed to grab me. A mix of Black Thrash Punk Metal with some Rock ‘n’ Roll touches. I did enjoy it. Well done.

Band: Pavor Nocturnus
Title: Lost in an Eternal Silence
Label: Caligari Records
Release date: 15 September 2023
Country: Chile
Format reviewed: High-quality Digital Recording

From Chile, the majority of the bands that I know that move inside the Death Metal are all good. Blood Oath is now one of those that I added to my list. Very good Death Metal in the Old School with technical touches here and there with a lot of solos, paced rhythms, and very good details on the songs. This album is a must listen to album. Check them.

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The Key Keeper 666

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