THE NEW ALBUM
Problematic amounts of beer, ear damaging music, a few painful bruises and countless miles of travel marked this brazilian trios first two years of existence.
After some long months of traveling around various cities and
different regions of Brazil in support of their debut ep ‘Drink, Destroy, Repeat’, this stoner metal trio from small town Brazil returns with their latest ear piercing effort, ‘Death Water’. Which can be considered the bands very own ace of spades, tucked neatly in the sleeve.
The proposal is a bit different from their first work, but without any loss of focus from the main goal, which has been and always will be, to produce and perform the heaviest, most ear bleeding stoner metal they can possibly muster. Most agree that this mission has been masterfully accomplished by taking the album ‘Death Water’ for a spin.
The entire thing was recorded and mixed once again by Ricardo
Biancarelli, at Studios Fuzza in Brazil, and mastered by none other than the wizard Jaime Gomez Arellano, whose previous work includes bands like Ghost and Electric Wizard (to name a few), at Orgone Studios in the UK. The cover art was created entirely from scratch by the talented brazilian artist, Cristiano Suarez.
A sudden change of lineup marked the bands history late in october, as their previous guitarrist Diogo Baker no longer felt attached to the sound, and decided to follow a different path. Without skipping a single beat (or pint of beer), the band recruted the talents of Marcelo Leme, a local, well known drunkard and talented guitarrist to fill in the shoes and proceed with the madness.
2017 sure does promisse a lot, let’s just hope they all make it
through without going deaf (or in rehab).
LATEST MUSIC VIDEOS
THE first ep
drink, destroy, repeat
The first EP, where the madness started. Created and recorded in little less than a year by Ricardo Biancarelli in Brazil, this first attempt brought various different musical elements into the fray, undoubtely heavy and atmospheric, this album also breathes a certain urgency upon hearing.
From it came the first single and video of the song 'End Of Days', which caused a bit of shock upon viewers for its crude depiction of zombies, and a jackass style fireworks shootout (that left one of the members with some nasty burns).