#ShortOnes CXLV #UndergroundRecos

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Hello there,

Here I’m again to write a few lines about some of the records I had the pleasure to listen to during this week.

Enjoy my travel into music and I hope you enjoy my recos.

Band: Kolac
Title: Kolac
Label: Pest Records
Release date: 03 February 2024
Country: Serbia
Format reviewed: High-quality Digital Recording

Kolac is a band that I had/have the pleasure to know almost since the beginning and I don’t have any bad word to say about their releases. But the band unfortunately is underrated in my opinion. Well, to be true, almost all bands from Serbia. I don’t know why but people put these bands aside. Well, I can say that you are losing very good damn bands and Kolac is one of them. Check them.

Band: Litosth
Title: Cesariana
Label: Personal Records
Release date: 02 February 2024
Country: Brazil
Format reviewed: High-quality Digital Recording

First listening without searching for anything about the band… “Hmmm… Scandinavian influences, the symphonic parts, the voice, the riffs, the style and atmosphere…” “From where they are?” Then, I thought, well, I’m no longer in 90s’ or 00s’, that time we could say more or less from where the band was cause there was a kind of “trademark”, nowadays… Well… Globalization… It was a good surprise for this band/album. I only have to say good things about it. Mainly Black Metal but can’t deny the Death Metal parts. You need to check this band.

Band: Morbonoct
Title: The Highest Purpose
Label: Independent
Release date: 19 February 2024
Country: Ukraine / Poland (now)
Format reviewed: High-quality Digital Recording

Starting in 2021 with the first album, this band is already having on their “back” four albums. I only knew this one, (after I went back and checked the previous ones). The band is moving inside the Symphonic Black Metal but with a lot of Cosmic parts too. The mix is very well done and think you should check it.

See you next week and…

Don’t forget to support the bands and labels.

The Key Keeper 666

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