Hatefulmurder - Reborn - Reviewed By Necromance! Sunday January 31 2021, 11:15 AM
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Hatefulmurder - Reborn - Reviewed By Necromance!

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Years ago, Max Cavalera, the illustrious leader of SEPULTURA, in an interview said that the motto of the Brazilian flag (“Orden e Progresso” - order and progress) was a gross fallacy, and that they should change it for a more adequate one, something like "chaos and corruption". He was not lacking in reason, and the passage of time has not made him agree (Thank you, Jair Bolsonaro!). Color and discover the Rio de Janeiro country with Teo!

But no, we are not going to talk about the SEPs, or SOULFLY or the whole Cavalera brothers soap opera. And yes, we are going to talk about Brazil and specifically its bands. If you give the ass, like me, that a country is known for its football or its garotas , we are in the same deep, so you are going to love HATEFULMURDER . With more than a decade behind them, they present their latest album, "Reborn".

From the earliest beginnings as a Death / Thrash band their sound has evolved into that cutting edge aggressive metal hybrid. Is it Death? Is it Thrash? Is it Metal-core? Is it Groove? Yes, yes, and twenty times yes. It is another proof that South America is abuzz with powerful bands, such as SEPULTURA, ANIMAL, PUYA and a hundred more that I leave. "Rise" opens fiercely, with the voice of Angélica Bastos blowing everything up. Yes, there are Angela Gossow, Otep Shamaya, Tatiana Shmaylyuk and now, she arrives, straining the vocal cords with a load of hatred, rage and unprecedented savagery. "Reborn" begins by doubling and saco, to make way for a halftime between the less accelerated Thrash and the more rhythmic Groove. But that they ooze bad milk, power, ideas and freshness, it is a fact.

"Spit Deception" then shoots out at three thousand revolutions per minute, like a drill that melts your brain, and if I'm not mistaken, there are even slap taps out there. "Sentimientos artificiais" attacks like the good songs of RDP (if we continue in the same Brazilian tradition of sugarcane bands); simple and effective, direct to the jugular, with cut times, with accelerations, with stops and the band working to the millimeter. "You are not the One" has a lot of jumps, variations and environments. Okay, they don't reach the level of JINJER, but here is another more direct roll, with a street and rough attitude that pulls backwards, and the friends from Rio de Janeiro are overflowing from every pore. We continue with “Santificado seja o meu ódio” and even if you don't know Brazilian, I think the title makes it quite clear what you are going to find: a full-fledged metal slap, with its good times to do a good headbanging or a pogo as the canons mandate. They even insert a moment of prerecorded sounds to continue smashing eardrums. "Mindbreaker" has a really interesting, melodious beginning, and it is a song that I would not know where to place, since it has more rocky guitar lines that, truth be told, give it a rather addictive kick. And closing the album, “Break Down the prophecy”: damn, what a rhythmic base start! And another pitch. In fact, perhaps the last two songs are the ones that I like the most on the album, because they go beyond the compositional line of the previous ones. For my part, that they continue on the path traced by the last two songs. with its good moments to do a good headbanging or a pogo as the canons mandate. They even insert a moment of prerecorded sounds to continue smashing eardrums. "Mindbreaker" has a really interesting, melodious beginning, and it is a song that I would not know where to place, since it has more rocky guitar lines that, truth be told, give it a rather addictive kick. And closing the album, “Break Down the prophecy”: damn, what a rhythmic base start! And another pitch. In fact, perhaps the last two songs are the ones that I like the most on the album, because they go beyond the compositional line of the previous ones. For my part, that they continue on the path traced by the last two songs. with its good moments to do a good headbanging or a pogo as the canons mandate. They even insert a moment of prerecorded sounds to continue smashing eardrums. "Mindbreaker" has a really interesting, melodious beginning, and it is a song that I would not know where to place, since it has more rocky guitar lines that, truth be told, give it a rather addictive kick. And closing the album, “Break Down the prophecy”: damn, what a rhythmic base start! And another pitch. In fact, perhaps the last two songs are the ones that I like the most on the album, because they go beyond the compositional line of the previous ones. For my part, that they continue on the path traced by the last two songs. melodious, and it's a song that I wouldn't know where to locate, as it has rockier guitar lines that, truth be told, give it a rather addictive punch. And closing the album, “Break Down the prophecy”: damn, what a rhythmic base start! And another pitch. In fact, perhaps the last two songs are the ones that I like the most on the album, because they go beyond the compositional line of the previous ones. For my part, that they continue on the path traced by the last two songs. melodious, and it's a song that I wouldn't know where to locate, as it has rockier guitar lines that, truth be told, give it a rather addictive punch. And closing the album, “Break Down the prophecy”: damn, what a rhythmic base start! And another pitch. In fact, perhaps the last two songs are the ones that I like the most on the album, because they go beyond the compositional line of the previous ones. For my part, that they continue on the path traced by the last two songs. because they go beyond the compositional line of the previous ones. For my part, that they continue on the path traced by the last two songs. because they go beyond the compositional line of the previous ones. For my part, that they continue on the path traced by the last two songs.

It has been a long time since I looked over at the country of “jogo bonito”. Yes, I'll tell you that SEPULTURA were the biggest. The "Chaos AD" and the "Roots" drew my musical map of the 90's. Then I got sick of the Cavalera soap opera and the latest from the band I haven't heard much. Yes, if I recognize that Eloy Casagrande is an animal on a par with Igor, or perhaps even better. But… The SEPs led the way, but with bands like HATEFULMURDER we are going to have to pay attention to Brazil again. Strong name, brutal vocalist, compact and solid band like a direct from Tyson. If even the name of the album fits with all this: "Reborn". Yes, the rebirth of Brazil as a benchmark for bands. - 8.5/10 - Necromance

Hatefulmurder – Brazil’s new metal menace!

For fans of Sepultura, Arch Enemy, Nervosa 

Hatefulmurder is defenitely one of the hottest bands in the brazilian metal scene right now! From sunny Rio de Janeiro , the band has been raising hell in the Christ the Redeemer city since 2008, the band already put out three full-length albums and two EPs and during all this time, played in many big festivals around Brazil, sharing the stage with bands of the like of the legendary Exodus !  

Since 2015, after the departure of vocalist Felipe Lameira , the group is fronted by the badass singer Angélica Burns , who brought a new sonic signature to the band and taking it to new heights! With her, the band released two records: Red Eyes (2017) and the amazing Reborn (2019). The latest one, still making headlines in metal publications around the globe, earning the band much deserved international recognition.  

Angélica joined Sepultura alongside Fernanda Lira ( Crypta and ex- Nervosa ) and Mayara Puertas ( Torture Squad ) at the special “ Sepulquarta ” a project lead by Sepultura with guest musicians during quarantine.  

Hatefulmurder has everything to make it big in the metal scene worldwide! Check em’ out and be careful to not get burned by their explosive mixture of thrash and death metal!  

 

Members:  

Angélica Burns – vocals
Renan Ribeiro – guitars 

Felipe Modesto – bass 

Tomás Martin – drums  

 

Albums: 

No Peace (2014) 

Red Eyes (2017) 

Reborn (2019) 

The brazilian metal band,  Hatefulmurder , releases a tribute to Death's "The Philosopher". The original song's from the album "Individual Thought Patterns" released in 1993 by Relativity, Relapse Records. The video was made in a special model due to the social isolation caused by the coronavirus pandemic and is available on the band's YouTube channel.

Check out these videos as well! 







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https://www.instagram.com/hatefulmurder/

https://www.facebook.com/hatefulbook/about/?ref=page_internal

https://hatefulmurder.com/


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