Satánico Pandemonium (Espectrofilia)
Crank this to 9.6 of 11 - Editors' Pick
Sounds Like: Electric Wizard, Purple Hill Witch, Clouds Taste Satanic
Acid fuzzed doom from Mexico
Slightly distorted sound gives the album a raw live studio feel
The occasional female spoken poems bring forth a sense of occult doom. Perhaps they are excerpts from 70s horror movies, we'll never know
There is not one lick of English found on this album, the Spanish dialect provides us with an authentic haunting aura
Easily one of the top doom albums of 2021
1. El que Reside Dentro (9:01)
2. Parábola del Juez Perverso (7:16)
3. Asistolia (1:02)
4. Espectrofilia (8:59)
5. Panteonera (8:21)
6. La Muerte del Sol (7:59)
Sludgy, drug induced doom with moments of classic stoner rock. The raw and desperate vocals don't appear until 5 minutes in.
El que Reside Dentro
The combination of occult doom with angst punk like vocals work very will together.
Sit back and crank the doom with some Cosmos Vanilla & Coconut Hazy. This 8% IPA from Ecliptic Brewing in Oregon is bold with a very nice thick/creamy pour. It's hoppy, malty with blends of citrus complex (orange, tangerine, grapefruit, pineapple, mango, peach, papaya, melon) and a touch of coconut/vanilla. A complex brew that pairs well with Espectrofilia.
Satánico Pandemonium are:
Sergio - Guitars / FX
Miguel - Guitars
Cosmo - Drums / Vocals
Daniel - Bass / Vocals
Lorena Terrazas - Vocals on "Parábola del Juez Perverso"