"desahuciado" to English: evicted person, evictee.
To evict is to abandon: it is to purge a space from its essence, its life, and its refuse. It is from this posture that Puerto Rican power-trio Desahuciados espouses their hardcore gospel of human ruin. Marrying the cult of Nietzsche, Bataille, and decadent poetry with post-punk and deathrock, the sound of Desahuciados is as uncompromising as its influences: an aberrant breed of Christian Death, and My War-era Black Flag,The sonic landscape of their self-titled full-length debut is an ill-mannered mix of lacerating riffs and sludgy progressions that remind us of the constant struggle of trudging through the mire of life.
Like: Black Flag, Dávila 666, Iceage, Subhumans
FCC on: 9
Play: 1, 3, 5, 10
1.Fomes Peccati (3:19) - Flint-sharp post-punk.
2.Emancipación (4:53) - Bass melody bleeds into the guitar and drum riffs with a subtlety lyrics that pull no punches.
3.Historia Breve del Decaimiento (2:57) - Cutthroat and catchy guitar melodies, while machine-gun precise drums.
4.Consciencia Subvertida (1:44) - Rolls forward not so much as punk as a throwback to ’80s hardcore punk.
5.Autofagia (2:16) - Mid tempo doom-y post punk.
6.Amigo Fiel (2:04) - Hard rock-influenced guitars with heavy protopunk swing.
7.Despertar Necrótico (4:22) - The stompy, nigh-on hardcore.
8.Reclusión en el Desperdicio (3:07) - brittle anarcho tempo gives way to psychedelic guitar.
9.Animales Domésticos (3:42) - Slow tempo protopunk with full of vocal reverb.
10.Sobreviviendome (3:41) - Sonorously unclean nigh-on dark post punk.
11.El Regalo del Fracaso (3:41) - Quickstep anarcho rhythms with more freeform, punk rock.