“Satan Goss” is a song that tells the point of view of a human being tormented by the villain of the universe of the classic japanese series of the 80’s/90’s, Jaspion. As in the famous series, the sleeping monsters were awakened and tormented by the hatred provided by the powers of Satan Goss! A metaphor for expressing that our inner fears can be raised to full power if our subconscious feeds them more often.
“Worthless Piece Of Shit” is a song aimed at all representatives of the far right and unscrupulous religious leaders.
“Voices” is the narrative of a schizophrenic person tormented by voices in his mind that seeks, incessantly, a way to end his torment. It was written about a friend who is hospitalized indefinitely.
“Satellite” is a criticism of the elites, more precisely the way they manipulate society to serve them at any cost. As the title of the song indicates, it is a scenario where society perceives itself as a satellite stuck in the orbit of something.
Recorded at A2MG Studio (@produtora_a2mg)
Produced by Victor Hugo Targino (@vhtargino)
Video production by Jobson Andrade (@jobs.films)
The band comments:
“Until the recording of the live we hadn’t done any shows yet, so there is no scenic act or anything previously arranged, Everything happened with the exact intensity of our rehearsals”
, commented Alf Cantalice.
“Recording this ‘live’ made us evolve faster than usual. We took this challenge of recording audio and video to the face and courage, and for this we rehearse often enough to arrive on the day and everything is perfect. We are very proud to be able to show this material to people who have just discovered us”, commented J.P Cordeiro.
“We were thirsty for a live performance, and our audience was even more thirsty, so this was the most viable solution we found to supply this desire at the time we were unable to due to the pandemic. We gave ourselves body and soul for this record”, commented Marconi Jr.
That the Brazilian Northeast has been producing great Rock/Metal bands in the last three decades is no secret or news for anyone, and the Power Trio from Joao Pessoa (Paraiba) HEADSPAWN is a great example of this! “Pretty Ugly People”, their debut EP, released this year on all streaming platforms, features 4 vigorous author tracks full of groove, weight, energy, melody, harmony and a whole lot of punch with no frills or labels. Covering themes such as schizophrenia, social degeneration and the chaotic national political scene, their sound captures furiously and melancholically several influences from renowned bands, such as the power and heaviness of Sepultura, Machine Head and Slipknot, combined with harmonies reminiscing of Alice In Chains and Stone Sour. At the moment, the trio is in pre-production for their full long-awaited album, which will feature 8 completely new tracks and is expected to be released this year.