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Iconic death thrash metal band PENTAGRAM (Chile) was formed in Santiago, Chile in 1985. At the time, the country was roiling from political upheaval, but that didn't stop Anton Reisenegger, Juan Pablo Uribe, and (former drummer) Eduardo Topelberg from ingesting and eventually emulating the brutalist, evilest forms of metal from around the world.PENTAGRAM (Chile) now unleash their new album ' Eternal Life of Madness' and is comprised of guitarist/vocalist Anton Reisenegger, guitarist Juan Pablo Uribe, drummer Juan Pablo Donoso, and bassist Juan Francisco Cueto. PENTAGRAM (Chile) marched forward from their debut 'The Malefice' (2013) while preserving the savage DNA that informed Darkthrone, At the Gates, Dismember, Napalm Death, and many others. The band 's new album 'Eternal Life of Madness' feature the crushing heft of "Possessor," "El Imbunche," "The Portal," and "Deus Est Machina, » which is a far-off salute to the group's classic "Spell of the Pentagram" from their 1987 first Demo. PENTAGRAM (Chile) doesn't exist merely for nostalgia reasons-though supporting Slayer in Santiago in 2019 was a highlight of past accomplishments. Their timely resurrection is unadulterated metallic passion."When the pandemic hit, and I was in lockdown at home in Spain, I started writing riffs for a new LOCK UP album," says Reisenegger, who plays guitar in grind legends BRUJERIA and Chilean groove-thrash masters CRIMINAL. "I realized some of the stuff I wrote had the original Pentagram (Chile) feeling, so I put those ideas aside. They started piling up, so when the LOCK UP 'The Dregs of Hades' record was done, I began arranging them and working remotely with our drummer, Juan Pablo Donoso. I didn't even realize I had all that material in me, but it was somehow untapped. We had a 'false start' a few years before when original guitarist JP Uribe, JP Donoso, and I got together and started jamming on some new riffs. 'The Portal' came out of those sessions. »Though never explicitly political lyrically, PENTAGRAM (Chile) have issued angst-ridden proclamations throughout their 39-year existence. The relics of the waning (and most repressive) years of Augusto Pinochet's reign have long memories, manifesting via supernatural and horrific lyrics. Previous songs, such as 'The Apparition', 'Sacrophobia' and 'Prophetic Tremors' (all from 'The Malefice'), have dealt with superstition, mental disorder, and cataclysm. 'The Eternal Life of Madness' is no different. Anton Reisenegger brings to bear his favorite themes, imbuing them with the world's weight. From the folkloric 'El Imbunche' and the god-challenge of 'Omniscient Tyrant' to the horror-themed 'Possessor' and the apocalyptic visions of 'No One Shall Survive' these are some of PENTAGRAM (Chile) 's most intense lyrics to date.for fans of Possessed, Dark Angel, Morbid Angel, Slayer
Iconic death thrash metal band PENTAGRAM (Chile) was formed in Santiago, Chile in 1985. At the time, the country was roiling from political upheaval, but that didn't stop Anton Reisenegger, Juan Pablo Uribe, and (former drummer) Eduardo Topelberg from ingesting and eventually emulating the brutalist, evilest forms of metal from around the world.PENTAGRAM (Chile) now unleash their new album ' Eternal Life of Madness' and is comprised of guitarist/vocalist Anton Reisenegger, guitarist Juan Pablo Uribe, drummer Juan Pablo Donoso, and bassist Juan Francisco Cueto. PENTAGRAM (Chile) marched forward from their debut 'The Malefice' (2013) while preserving the savage DNA that informed Darkthrone, At the Gates, Dismember, Napalm Death, and many others. The band 's new album 'Eternal Life of Madness' feature the crushing heft of "Possessor," "El Imbunche," "The Portal," and "Deus Est Machina, » which is a far-off salute to the group's classic "Spell of the Pentagram" from their 1987 first Demo. PENTAGRAM (Chile) doesn't exist merely for nostalgia reasons-though supporting Slayer in Santiago in 2019 was a highlight of past accomplishments. Their timely resurrection is unadulterated metallic passion."When the pandemic hit, and I was in lockdown at home in Spain, I started writing riffs for a new LOCK UP album," says Reisenegger, who plays guitar in grind legends BRUJERIA and Chilean groove-thrash masters CRIMINAL. "I realized some of the stuff I wrote had the original Pentagram (Chile) feeling, so I put those ideas aside. They started piling up, so when the LOCK UP 'The Dregs of Hades' record was done, I began arranging them and working remotely with our drummer, Juan Pablo Donoso. I didn't even realize I had all that material in me, but it was somehow untapped. We had a 'false start' a few years before when original guitarist JP Uribe, JP Donoso, and I got together and started jamming on some new riffs. 'The Portal' came out of those sessions. »Though never explicitly political lyrically, PENTAGRAM (Chile) have issued angst-ridden proclamations throughout their 39-year existence. The relics of the waning (and most repressive) years of Augusto Pinochet's reign have long memories, manifesting via supernatural and horrific lyrics. Previous songs, such as 'The Apparition', 'Sacrophobia' and 'Prophetic Tremors' (all from 'The Malefice'), have dealt with superstition, mental disorder, and cataclysm. 'The Eternal Life of Madness' is no different. Anton Reisenegger brings to bear his favorite themes, imbuing them with the world's weight. From the folkloric 'El Imbunche' and the god-challenge of 'Omniscient Tyrant' to the horror-themed 'Possessor' and the apocalyptic visions of 'No One Shall Survive' these are some of PENTAGRAM (Chile) 's most intense lyrics to date.for fans of Possessed, Dark Angel, Morbid Angel, Slayer
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1. El Imbunche 05:07
2. Possessor 04:55
3. Omniscient Tyrant 05:07
4. The Portal 04:16
5. Eternal Life of Madness 06:24
6. Icons of Decay 03:35
7. Devourer of Life 04:13
8. State of Grace 05:05
9. The Seeds of the Deed 06:35
10. Deus Est Machina 04:16
11. No One Shall Survive 05:21
12. Death of Me 5:46
13. Connected 1:20
14. Remembrance 4:59
15. Torii 1:49
16. Indians 3:57
17. Embrace the World 4:51
18. Inward Movement 5:51
19. Over the Flows 3:05
20. Wisdom Comes 2:26
21. Dawn 8:01

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Iconic death thrash metal band PENTAGRAM (Chile) was formed in Santiago, Chile in 1985. At the time, the country was roiling from political upheaval, but that didn't stop Anton Reisenegger, Juan Pablo Uribe, and (former drummer) Eduardo Topelberg from ingesting and eventually emulating the brutalist, evilest forms of metal from around the world.PENTAGRAM (Chile) now unleash their new album ' Eternal Life of Madness' and is comprised of guitarist/vocalist Anton Reisenegger, guitarist Juan Pablo Uribe, drummer Juan Pablo Donoso, and bassist Juan Francisco Cueto. PENTAGRAM (Chile) marched forward from their debut 'The Malefice' (2013) while preserving the savage DNA that informed Darkthrone, At the Gates, Dismember, Napalm Death, and many others. The band 's new album 'Eternal Life of Madness' feature the crushing heft of "Possessor," "El Imbunche," "The Portal," and "Deus Est Machina, » which is a far-off salute to the group's classic "Spell of the Pentagram" from their 1987 first Demo. PENTAGRAM (Chile) doesn't exist merely for nostalgia reasons-though supporting Slayer in Santiago in 2019 was a highlight of past accomplishments. Their timely resurrection is unadulterated metallic passion."When the pandemic hit, and I was in lockdown at home in Spain, I started writing riffs for a new LOCK UP album," says Reisenegger, who plays guitar in grind legends BRUJERIA and Chilean groove-thrash masters CRIMINAL. "I realized some of the stuff I wrote had the original Pentagram (Chile) feeling, so I put those ideas aside. They started piling up, so when the LOCK UP 'The Dregs of Hades' record was done, I began arranging them and working remotely with our drummer, Juan Pablo Donoso. I didn't even realize I had all that material in me, but it was somehow untapped. We had a 'false start' a few years before when original guitarist JP Uribe, JP Donoso, and I got together and started jamming on some new riffs. 'The Portal' came out of those sessions. »Though never explicitly political lyrically, PENTAGRAM (Chile) have issued angst-ridden proclamations throughout their 39-year existence. The relics of the waning (and most repressive) years of Augusto Pinochet's reign have long memories, manifesting via supernatural and horrific lyrics. Previous songs, such as 'The Apparition', 'Sacrophobia' and 'Prophetic Tremors' (all from 'The Malefice'), have dealt with superstition, mental disorder, and cataclysm. 'The Eternal Life of Madness' is no different. Anton Reisenegger brings to bear his favorite themes, imbuing them with the world's weight. From the folkloric 'El Imbunche' and the god-challenge of 'Omniscient Tyrant' to the horror-themed 'Possessor' and the apocalyptic visions of 'No One Shall Survive' these are some of PENTAGRAM (Chile) 's most intense lyrics to date.for fans of Possessed, Dark Angel, Morbid Angel, Slayer
        
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