After years hidden in South America, Pecadores arrives to testify Brazilian religion´s truths and lies.
Known in the 80´s as a catholic nation, Brazil saw a huge growth of different churches and sects in the 90´s. Taking advantage of people´s misery and good faith, some of them set up and enrich, building big empires in a country full of poverty. After ten years of their last album Brazilian voodoo-industrial- goth band Pecadores returns with a great new single Cangaceiro Macabro from upcoming new album Diabo Que Me Carregue,
Pecadores is a cult band from Brazil which makes a particular mixing of Brazilian percussion with electro sequencers and noise guitars sounding heavy and unique.
The song title tells a history about Brazilian cangaço and its main leader Lampião. Cangaço was a murderous and subversive sort of social movement which took place in hard times of arid Northeast Brazil by the end of the 19th to early 20th centuries. By that time many people joined it becoming outlaws nomads who roamed inland to seek for money, food and revenge.
The main sample used in Cangaceiro Macabro is a lip reading from the only recorded Cangaço image where Lampião shows a knife and talks to the camera. The noisy guitars with a macabre sequencer in best Alien Sex Fiend style makes the song a future smashing hit anticipating the new album to come.
Music and samples by Apostle Niwt
Voice and lyrics by Dark Messenger
Guitar by Demon
Produced & Mixed by Fernando Nahtaivel
Mastered by Marcelo Gallo