Therapy For Pain- Hostile

HOSTILE

There has been a gap between what the public defines as avant-garde music and what actually has been published by the bands.
Without any doubt the last 4 years there has been a huge increase of high quality metal albums from all over the globe, and obviously thanks to the digital era, Latin Bands are also releasing more albums than ever, that being said, most of the bands grab a familiar approach, that leaves room for other projects to explore what it should be defined as “metal latino”.
Therapy for Pain returns after a 5 year hiatus with a new Album called Hostile.
This time the project leaded by caballo approaches Grindcore, Death Metal and Hardcore and blends it with elements of grime, Breakcore and Industrial.


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The album covers a specific pattern of how we all are active and passive players in the doom of our own society by engaging in inaction will promoting the opposite in the virtual/social media world.
Like Hipocresia

Borrego al Matadero reveals how many of us refuse to be a sheep of the system, to simply die everyday on the slaughterhouse in the pursue of paying bills while balancing a ‘happy and successful life’

All lyrics are in Spanish except Shove it which is a tribute to Deftones, with a twist, as you might understand in the lyrics, never ever satisfied, all the things are glorified, all I do is to collect, all I do is to pretend…

Credits: ART by Sebastian Martinez, head-moncho of CUANTIKA STUDIOS
The Vocals were recorded at Ed Ardilla Studios by Gux Swadharma
Lyrics and arrangements by Caballo
Most of Music was made by Hostile

If you like any of these genres: metal, death metal, grime, metal latino, metaLatino, grind, hardcore, Black Metal, then!!!!! this is for you!!!

Black Metal Elitist Earworm- SKULLDRILL

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The heaviest electronic metal project from South America returns to Latino Resiste with SKULLDRILL, a 10 track album in where moombahton, ragga, grime, dubstep and house meet hardcore, djent, deathcore.

The albums starts with Bunda do Inferno. A Brazilian Bahia Bass inspired track that has obviously a big influence of grindcore guitars and then Moombahton.

There is even a short 1 minute video to see the madness of this track !

Black Metal Elitist Earworm- Bunda Do Inferno from caballo on Vimeo.

Then the album moves to Grime with some death metalish vibe on this track March to the Slaughter, which is a rendition of that epic underground grime death scene from UK’s one and only hostile

Hardcore guitars and house, in fact deep house, seem to be antithesis to each other, somehow BMEE pulls it off on Electronic Douche Horns. Maybe inspired on Paris hilton doing the horns, or Steve Aoki wearing a rancid t-shirt

Being the head of the label and no stranger to Death Metal, we see Caballo back again on the vocals helping the Black Metal Elitist Earworm to get deeper into the hell-ride and actually giving title to the track and album with SKULLDRILL.
Penetrating your brain with an absolute insane metal-bass track

Dancehall’s front on Latino resiste is usually taken care by CARNNIBAL, so when the BMEE had a dancehall-metal inspired track, the elusive producer got his hand on the main draft, and morphed into this bomb called Movie inna TV

Djent and EDM. Why not. Here’s an edit of Meshuggah’s Bleed.

Doom and Gothic Dancehall Meet trap VS Heavy guitars. But the real question here is
ARE YOU READY FOR THE RUFFNECK BASS?

Bacondo, yes, the Andean Bass one, those guys who have been killing mainstream radio with their Andean EDM secretly submitted stems, and the result is a Moombahton-Metal track

This is the calm before the storm

Closing the album, the most intense track of them all.
An edit of I am colossus that needs no introduction once you hear the first 20 seconds.

The amazing art was done by our creative department at CUANTIKA STUDIOS
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Latino Resiste presents Metal Latino


Latino Resiste Presents METAL LATINO

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This is a work that has taken us more than 8 months, gathering and checking production styles, subgenres, countries, and “creative” skills. But the most important part is that we want to achieve something more important:
TO UNITE METALHEADS FROM THE WHOLE CONTINENT UNDER ONE ROOF, ONE PHILOSOPHY, UNIDAD LATINA!!

There were two main factors why we decided to do this: even though Metal is huge by itself in their own underground scene, rarely Latino Bands make it outside their own countries, and second, there is a “radicalism” between elitists who barely listen different genres except their own tastes.

Having those factors in mind, we started a selection process from Bands from all over the Continent, From Argentina, to Canada, we travelled and listened to hundreds of bands, each one great at their own, so the selection process was very hard.

Our first pick was Dia de los Muertos.

Because it had everything we needed, great production, amazing sound, but overall, a pure Latino sound: including A FEMALE VOCALIST!!

Our selection included Carcass’ singer (Jeff Walker) huge Collaboration with Dia de los Muertos, but then we changed it to one that we felt could fit better, MALDITO X (from Asesino, Static x) drops his style in SIGO SIENDO EL REY.

Starting the compilation with a song that is THAT strong, we knew we where going thru the right path.
Metal Latino drops 21 tracks, each one represents a whole trend, a whole movement behind, not only the subgenre, but also the effort, production and passion from the bands.

We will drop the info about those 21 indeed, (bottom part of the post) Although some of those MUST BE HIGHLIGHTED, as they represent what Latino Resiste is about. Gathering together well known and unknown people; towards one identity: LATINO UNITY.

Puya/Ankla founder Ramon Ortiz, decided to unveil his very own and unreleased track Resake, a song that blends brutality, virtuosity, and latino roots.

Eutanasia, the iconic band that had almost a two decades hiatus, comes back to unleash all the aggression from 90s thrash death with a 2012 sound.

Colombian Headcrusher , Mexican Here Comes the Kraken, and Chilean Nuclear are here to prove why they are ahead of the game in their own terms.

But the real highlights are the unknown for many, these bands which have to sacrifice their own savings to record. Some have only a computer and a cracked recording software, and still can compete with well known acts.

This is also something we want to be truthful. You will hear all the production differences as is.
A unique approach that keeps Metal for the masses, and elitists.

Experience the whole compilation, and then share it.

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METAL LATINO reveals regardless grindcore, black metal, Nu Metal, Thrash, Hardcore, Death, Deathcore, Fusion, or whatever style you find in the compilation, We (Latinos) have a lot to be proud, a lot to still discover between our own continent, a lot of bands to support, either LIVE or RELEASES, and especially.. We sound as good (many times even better) as American/European bands.

The reason why we haven’t reached further, might be between us. Let’s all unite. Latino Resiste!


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Art was made by the Excellent Mexican Artist OMEGAZ
whose style brought an incredible fresh vibe to the Metal Scene, by avoiding the stereotypical “calavera” while keeping it dark

Inside the album you will find Two Wallpapers (click to enlarge)

Now this is How Metal Latino was created:

In August 2011 Latino Resiste opened the spot for a new compilation.
And we had to get in touch with Alfonso Pinzon, who is one of the most relevant Metal Heads in the US scene, whose label Cinismo Records has dropped some of the most wicked discographies.

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Dia De Los Muertos, gets two tracks, opening track, and a featuring with Maldito X at number 12. (music submitted by Alfonso Pinzon himself)

Here Comes the Kraken, in the second spot, unveiling all the power of this amazing Mexican band ( music submitted by Tore Rangel)

Canadian/Colombian Therapy for Pain, drops their unique style, (Ex-obscurum was set as Free CC release)

Headcrusher’s Let the blood run is one of the most aggressive metal releases of 2012, and they easily earned a spot, the difficult part was selecting which song from their album. ( Music submitted by Gustavo Valderrama)

Dar Sangre, Axial from Argentina, and Mexican grindcore Nasty Pig Dick set their albums for Free Release, and they were submitted via blog submission.

DNR Brasil are a extreme band, and they are releasing this song Controle Inativo, submitted by the band themselves via METAL LATINO soundcloud.

Eutanasia, returns after two decades, with a new album called We Belong to the Shadows. ( Music allowed by Walter Tamayo)

Puya/Ankla founder Ramon Ortiz, is perhaps, the biggest addition in terms of “name” to the compilation, an amazing artist whose bands have been headliners in ozzfest and working with oscar/grammy winner Gustavo Santaolalla among more great achivements, but at the same time humble enough to drop not one, but two tracks, and even greater, an UNRELEASED track

Instrumentos de cuerdas-Ramon Ortiz,bateria y percusion-
Oscar Santiago(grabadas en Redemption Studios,Bayamon,Puerto Rico con Sakko-ingeniero),
producido y mezclado por Ramon Ortiz y Nick Page,masterizado por Kingnaldo,ANKLADO Publishing,BMI 2012.

Next Spot is fullfilled by Decode, an impressive post metal band, featuring members from La Pestilencia, Agony among many others 90’s metal band. This band dropped one of the best metal submission over all. ( Music allowed by Cesar Botero)

Argentinian Leandro Achinelli’s project Leechmaster, is the closest thing to Opeth’s folk side we found in the continent, impressive song, which keeps all the dark side without losing melodic patterns.

Chilean mega Band, NUCLEAR, who have opened for Slayer, Testament and many more also keep it real and they had no problem submitting their song Defleshed. ( Music submitted by Punkto Sudy)

“El Sagrado” from Los Angeles, Originally from Colombia, a four piece Hardcore/Metal band founded in 2.002 and currently formed by: Jhon (Vocals), Alice (Guitar), P├íjaro (Bass) and Mauricio (Drums) The song is called “Asesino” from our cd “Divino Dolor” labeled by Cinismo Records, and also sponsored by Fernandes Guitars, Krank Amps, Hiwatt Amps, Ernie Ball and Coffin Case.

Mexican Black/extreme Metal Erebus Redemption made their way by submitting a great self produced song called the illusion of the 2nd circle, ( Music submitted by the band itself)

S26 from Buenos Aires unleash a song that represents everything we stand for. if you understand spanish:
THIS IS A MUST HEAR!

Sin Salida submitted their anthem Sin Salida ( Submitted by Alejandro Corredor)

Music & Lyrics by Alejandro Corredor
Produced by Sin Salida
Recorded by Alejandro Corredor & Andres Jaramillo
Mixed & Mastered by Alejandro Corredor

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