Label: Not On Label (Brujeria) - none • Format: Cassette Album, Unofficial Release • Country: Bulgaria • Genre: Rock • Style: Grindcore
· · Brujeria made their undoubtedly colorful debut with Matando Güeros, one of the more curious grindcore albums of its band of Latin American narco-satanists could be the most deadly group out there, at least judging by sonic assaults like "Molestando Niños Muertos" and "Narcos-Satánicos" -- or they could just be a bunch of death metal professionals reveling in a /10(34).
Le tanto attese ristampe dei dischi dei Brujeria non deludono le attese: entrambi i dischi in ottime versione sia per quanto riguarda l'incisione sia per la parte grafica. Vinile rosso e copertine realizzate in maniera adeguata. Su Matando manca solo la mitica sovracopertina censuratrice/5(57).
Matando Güeros (Killing Güeros) is the debut album by the band Brujeria. "Güero" is a Mexican-Spanish slang term for a blonde or light skinned/haired person. The album talks mostly about controversial topics in Mexico like drug trafficking, satanic rituals, sexuality, migration, illegal border crossing, and Anti-Americanism (like the title.
· · The official line-up for the album credits Jr. Hocicon (Jello Biafra) as "Director diabolico" which means "Diabolic director"; it is implied that he was either the producer or exectutive producer for the album. "Matando Güeros" is one of the songs to the "Gummo" soundtrack.
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