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Chilean metal band Huinca has released a new music video for the track "Orias," which comes off the "Sic Semper Tyrannis" album released via Digmetalworld Records.
The video "Orias" was directed by Carlos Toro at Abysmo Producciones and can be found below. Digmetalworld also comments on the clip:
"The music video was based on real events that occurred when an individual called Rodrigo Orias Gallardo murdered Father Faustino Gazziero D’Estefani in Chile, 2004. Assuming the accounts of the murder are accurate, Orias seems to have been a complete nut. Almost a week later, someone painted some Satanic symbols on a wall of the same cathedral where the priest was killed." More...
Metal music distributor/label Digmetalworld has announced the full tracklist for its 4th compilation album, "Stronger than Hate - Volume 4," containing 15 bands from last year's edition plus five bonus songs, live and single tracks. The album is going to be available for free to download on Mon Dec 17th via Digmetalworld.
Commented its C.E.O/founder Ignacio Orellana: "We have been working since 2007 from our New York base, bringing the best bands from Chile, Brazil and Sweden to the rest of the world. This album is in fact stronger than the earlier releases because it brings a wider variety of metal styles."
The full track list is the following:
01. PIROSAINT - I'd Rather See them Bleed
02. HUINCA - Rapa Nui
03. WARCHEST - Fear of the Machine
04. LEFUTRAY - Screaming in Silence
05. MASTERPIECE - Revenge
06. KATTAH - I Believe
07. ANCESTTRAL - Bloodshed and Violence
08. CONFLICTED - God Is Death
09. INFERIS - Lead The Chain
10. MIERDASTER - Verte Caer
11. KRUDO - Asesino
12. AKBAL - Heredero del Odio
13. NAIOTH - Dance Of Light
14. OBSCENE - Unnamed
15. TERMINAL PROSPECT - Blood Burning Veins
16. MAGMA LAKE - Beyond this Path
17. D1STRAUGHT - Money Equal Death
18. GOATLOVE - Automatic Fire
19. NUCLEAR - The Pain you Asked For (live)
20. VASTATOR - Puñado de Almas (live)
Digmetalworld Records has announced that its fourth compilation album containing 15 bands will be available for free download on December 17th via its website. The new compilation will be named "Stronger Than Hate", and represents four years of steady work with South American and European Metal Bands in the US.
The album follows "Vol.3 - The Hell Road" released in 2011. This year the list of bands hails from Chile, Brazil, USA and Sweden. The bonus tracks of this album will include live performances of Nuclear and Vastator. The complete list of tracks including the bonus tracks will be announced in a few weeks.
The list of 15 bands that are set for this album is the following, with the cover art following the jump:
01. PIROSAINT (US)
02. HUINCA (Chile)
03. WARCHEST (Chile)
04. LEFUTRAY (Chile)
05. MASTERPIECE (Brazil)
06. KATTAH (Brazil)
07. ANCESTTRAL (Brazil)
08. CONFLICTED (Chile)
09. INFERIS (Chile)
10. MIERDASTER (Chile)
11. KRUDO (Chile)
12. AKBAL (Chile)
13. NAIOTH (Chile)
14. OBSCENE (Chile)
15. TERMINAL PROSPECT (Sweden)
The three albums previously released are available for free download at these locations below.
Chilean folk metallers Huinca have made their newest album "Sic Semper Tyrannis" available for streaming online prior to the physical release set for September 2012 via Digmetalworld Records and distributed via MVD Entertainment Group worldwide. "Sic Semper Tyrannis" will be available on digitally on all major online stores on July 15th.
4. Santa Pedofilia
8. Rapa Nui
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Leading creator of visual art, Claudio Bergamin, explains the concept behind the cover of the latest album from Chilean band Huinca called "Sic Semper Tyrannis". The artist has worked in the past with leading magazines and international bands such as Halford "Live At Saitama Super Arena," Metal Hammer t-shirt design, and many more. You can fully appreciate his interesting take on surrealism by going to his website. In his words, this is what Claudio Bergamin has to say about the new Huinca cover:
"Colonization and cultural contamination are two subjects (or maybe just one) that I have always been interested in. Nothing good could result when a developed society invades (either in a friendly or unfriendly manner) a more primitive culture. There is plenty of examples in history for this, but this image deals specifically with the colonization of South America. It was commissioned by Chilean band Huinca (term for the non-aborigine in Mapuche language) as its cover art.
The concept is a mix of a little bit of mythology with modern politics... it blends the ancient battle of the common man against an impossible adversary (like David and Goliath), which in this case is represented by a massive Lovecraftian creature. In its back, it carries what I call the "unholy trinity" of powers... war (missiles), religion (a cathedral) and economics (oil plants).
Our heroes are representatives of the three main aboriginal cultures of the lower part of South America: Mapuche, Rapa-Nui and Inca (although Incas are mainly from Peru). All three against an all-powerful and evil adversary... will they succeed???"
Chile's Huinca has release a music video for the song "Rapa Nui" that comes off the band's newest album "Sic Semper Tyrannis." Check out the video below.
The new album will be released June/July of this year as digipack audio CD/digital download by Digmetalworld Records and distributed by MVD Entertainment Group on U.S./Canada. The "Sic Semper Tyrannis" track listing is the following:
4. Santa Pedofilia
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Chilean folk/metal band Huinca has released the track "Rapa Nui", from its upcoming album "Sic Semper Tyrannis." That album is set to be released in June/July 2012 via Digmetalworld Records. The album was recorded in Chile and Germany during the European Tour in 2009 by Cristian Mardones and Howard Huambachano respectively. Huinca's music is blend of Chilean folklore and traditional metal.
The music video of "Rapa Nui" will be released on April 16th via Huinca's official website and the video was directed by Carlos Toro at Abysmo Producciones. "Sic Semper Tyrannis" cover art design, which will be revealed in the music video, was done by Claudio Bergamin who has worked in the past with Criminal and Hate FX.
Huinca will be the very first signing of the new Digmetalworld Records (U.S.). Huinca's new album "Sic Semper Tyrannis" will be released as digipack audio CD/digital download and the album will be physically distributed in the U.S. and Canada by MVD Audio. Huinca is currently working on its third European tour, which should begin in September of 2012. Tour dates will be announced soon. The album "Sic Semper Tyrannis" follows up "Huinca" - their debut album released in 2003 and re-edited with three music videos in 2007.
Chilean folk/metal band Huinca has released a live music video for the track "Revuelta" that is included on their second album "Sic Semper Tyrannis," that will be released next June/July of 2012 via Digmetalworld. The video includes Spanish captions. The images of this live music video "Revuelta" were recorded by the band's crew during the 2009 Huinca tour of South America and Europe.
The band is currently working on an official music video for the song "Rapa Nui" to support the release of "Sic Semper Tyrannis," which will be directed by Carlos Toro (Abysmo). The video is scheduled for release by the end of March.
Chilean folk/metal band Huinca has announced the impending release of its second album "Sic Semper Tyrannis" via Digmetalworld next June/July of 2012. The album was recorded and mixed in Chile and Germany by Cristian Mardones and Howard Wambachano respectively during the 2009 Huinca tour of South America and Europe. The band is currently working on the music video for the song "Rapa Nui" which will be directed by Carlos Toro (Abysmo). The video is set to be released next month. Below is the tracklisting for "Sic Semper Tyrannis." Also check out the promo teaser for the album after the jump. You may also view part 2 of the teaser by going here. Stream Huinca's debut self-titled release over at Digmetalworld.
4. Santa Pedofilia
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