|Review: Esquizofrenia - La orden del castigo|
|La orden del castigo|
Year released: 2012
Review online: October 21, 2018
Reviewed by: Luxi Lahtinen
for:La orden del castigo
Colombian Deathrashers Esquizofrenia, formed in 2003, have been keeping themselves busy. With three full-length studio albums, a couple of EPs, split releases and demos on their recording roster so far, one could say that they are a relatively established name in the Colombian underground Metal scene.
La Orden del Castigo is the title of the band's first EP, featuring three songs. The music in here takes slices from early Sepultura and early Death, being almost addictively fast paced, and coming with tons of killer Schuldiner-ish riffs that seem to steal the entire show. Anderson Alvarez, handling both drums and vocals, brings young Max Cavalera to mind vocally: angry, hostile and just fuckin' mean. The songs are sung entirely in Spanish, so if you don't understand Spanish, you shouldn't really worry about it because these lads' well played and aggressive music really makes up for it.
South America's got another winner again... good stuff.
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