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New Album "Mexican Warriors' Revenge" Issued Today By Mexican Chili Funeral Party

Italy's Mexican Chili Funeral Party issued the brand new album "Mexican Warriors' Revenge" today (February 15th) via Sliptrick Records.

The band was formed in the summer of 2009 in Milan utilizing influences such as Kyuss, Brant Bjork, Queens of The Stone Age, Led Zeppelin and Black Sabbath. The four have developed over the years, crafting a distinctive style by entering the stoner and hard rock realm. The band released the debut self titled album in 2014 and have since built a strong reputation on the live circuit supporting such luminary’s as with Fu Manchu, The Shrine, Unida, Zu, Spirit Caravan, Nick Oliveri and God Is an Astronaut amongst others.

Recorded in 2016 at Anam studio by Marcello Mantovani and mixed at Bordello Studio by Marco Bonanomi, the new Mexican Chili Funeral Party album, "Mexican Warriors’ Revenge" is made up of eleven high-octane, energy-infused tracks that blend stoner rock, power rock and grunge influences. The album is nothing if not original. Each song has its own story and at the same time stands as a piece of the album’s conceptual puzzle: the journey and the exploration of distant lands, both real and imaginary, are the leitmotiv of the entire project.

"Mexican Warriors’ Revenge" stands out from the band’s previous work in as much as aside from being artistically more mature, the record’s instinctual component is perfectly blended with a more rational one in terms of selecting the best sounds and arrangements to realize their vision.

The track listing is as follows:

1. 01
2. Vespucci
3. Power Of Love
4. La Ballata Del Korkovihor, Pt. II
5. Ranger
6. Waiting For The Sun
7. 1605
8. Lu Curt
9. Tomahawk
10. 11
11. Seul B

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