Ragnell certainly is one of them. Hailing from Metepec,Toluca and founded in 2011, these guys have been working hard on this album. With good reason too because it isn't easy to find your way to the audience in these scenes. Ragnell combine black and death metal while still firmly holding on to the traditional version of both styles. The result is an intensely dark and evil sounding album which is pretty damn good.
According to their biography, Ragnell are inspired by the likes of Behemoth, Taake, Watain, Tsjuder, Krisiun, Malevolent Creation, Hate Eternal and so on. If that doesn't spell 'extreme metalhead', nothing does. Their own music fits perfectly in that sequence, driving on high speed blast beats and fierce riffs and incorporating both grunts and screams. Hell, if I didn't mention the fact that this is a Mexican band, you would think that they're from Norway and already jammed with Mayhem.
The songs on this album aren't original or renewing or anything, they're simply excellent examples of extreme metal. In fact, I think they're so good that this album definitely deserves a place on any death/black shelf. So check it out if you're a fan of these genres and looking for something deeply brutal to clench your filthy soul, you know you want it...