A frontman sings and yells versions, often dyslexics, which alternate some phrases in italian, of beautiful scatology. A sensitive and accurate guitar player has a needle who sews over the canvas which builds the lines of a hippy metal bass player, bass hero and the outright blows of a drummer who goes in and out from a bestial catharsis like it was a walk on the beach. Together at that time were absolute geniuses and owners of the expression.
“Lluvia de Piedras” is a selection of great songs, collected from the masters of the records they came to edit (and not to) in cassette format. Especially highlights “Supersórdido” (recorded and mixed by Archie Frugone in 1992) a collage of topics in a simple and straightforward register.
Released December 16, 2014