Release date: January 25th, 2020
At last I get to Repugnatory,Black Thrash from Santiago, and it seems the band has finally hit the right spot, the reason I say this is because this is the second full release and the first one just didn’t have the punch this one has.
As we get into this slab it has a cool guitar intro that goes right into Pierden su Escencia, which is vicious as hell, the demonic vocals here are just right and the production is such a blessing as the band sounds so much stronger here, the leads simply rule.
That was missing from the previous release but here it all comes to full glory and the line up change ads to it no doubt. And I will say these guys sing in the native language but like I always say fuck it!
Comienza el reino del macho cabrío, well fuck this just melted me as there is no fucking off here, you want shit to bang your head to this has it all, the drumming is an all out assault on the mind, fucking excellent!
Maligno culto a la muerte slows things down, well not really as this has a different feel but packs all the goods as the leads fool with your brain some very interesting structure to this track, but if you want a break Arrastrando al infierno should be the one to give you ease but an easy one as this has a lot of punch to it so be prepared.
Licor de demonios, has a whole different tempo feel to it as there is more of a message in here as the vocals really stand out and a really high German feel to it, it has a drive to it no doubt but a whole different feel from the previous.
We go onto a short instrumental Abi Gululu and then right into Devoradores de voluntad which gets us back into the neck breaking as this track has a some different tempo changes but they have that right punch that hits the spot, it really gets heavy near the end.
And with a title like Han llegado los malditos, what could you expect, this pretty much sums it up, the lyrics here are just what I needed and the band knows what the hell they are delivering here, the message is well delivered here as we go into the closer and title track and it simply goes right back to what the band is out to do and that is to kick your ass and they do a brilliant job on here.
Repugnatory has hit the spot for me they sound better than ever on this release, the only down fall is that their material is hard to get at this time, but the good news is they already have a new one coming out and from what I heard its just as good as this release.