Here comes the second album by the Barcelonan horde around mastermind S. Méndez, departing from the psychedelic post-industrial realm to venture into resolutely bleaker sonic catacombs.
Named after the famous Christian martyr, “Santa Lucia” is an atmospheric descent into post-BM depths and occult-rock darkness, haunted by feeble screams, howling choirs and Méndez’ unmistakable ritualistic invocations.
On the way, the psyché rock riffs have mutated into grim blackened buzz, in perfect symbiosis with the laptop glitches, Tomhetian synthesizers and the occasional Allerseelean loops and beats.
Blood sacrifice muzak at its best.
A1 El Invitado
A2 Sus Ojos Vacios
A3 El Rumor De La Sangre
B1 La Carne
B3 La Luz Reflejada
Old Europa Cafe AVS